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The 39th annual “Sapporo White Illumination” will be held. This event has gained its popularity as “Sapporo tradition” in early winter.
One of the best parts of travelling in the fall is taking a stroll through the beautiful autumn leaves. You may first think of mountains when it comes to autumn leaves, but there are even places in Tokyo where you can see beautiful fall-time scenery! This article will introduce three beautiful autumn locations in Tokyo that are perfect for uploading on social media!
Have you ever slowed down your car at the sight of beautiful scenery on your journey? Low-profile Dawn Redwood Avenue at Shiga Prefecture’s Makino offers such a view that is so inviting that you can’t help pulling up and enjoying a stroll!
It takes 120 minutes from Tokyo! Let's go to the Hitachi Seaside Park and viewing blooming 32,000 of flowers!Read Later
Summer cypress dramatically turn to crimson and beautiful Cosmoses.
Sawatari Hot Spring in Gunma Prefecture: a Two-Day Trip to the Hot Spring with an Overnight StayRead Later
Sawatari Hot Spring (Sawatari Onsen) in Gunma Prefecture is one of my favourite hot spring resorts. Each fall I visit it. I love its snug hot spring, tranquil settings and rustic charm.
Viewing Fall Foliage in Yamagata Prefecture: A Tour of Bonji-gawa Valley, a Bewitching Spot in the Tohoku RegionRead Later
Bonji-gawa Valley, near Mount Yudono in Yamagata Prefecture, is a recommendable spot for viewing fall foliage. There are not only the secluded valley but also fall hills blanketed with fall foliage pleasing to the eye. The surrounding dam, bridges, lakes, waterfalls and shrines are elaborately adorned with fall foliage as well. Here is an itinerary for a walking tour of the valley to view fall foliage.
The Tokyo Monorail is a convenient form of transportation connecting Haneda airport with the city center. Now there is a monorail service featuring a tie-up with the world-famous Pokémon!
A two day, one night trip departing from Shinjuku in Tokyo -- experience Mt. Fuji and the ninja culture!Read Later
Here we showcase a two day, one night trip that takes you on a fun and exciting journey through the Mt. Fuji area, located about two hours from Shinjuku, Tokyo. You’ll get up close and personal with all that Mt. Fuji and the ninja culture have to offer!