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Kozushima is a remote island located 178km south of Tokyo, and it is part of the Izu Islands.
It is a gorgeous resort area, with beautiful oceans, mountains, and starry skies. Kozushima is warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
I had a lovely time camping there recently, so I’ll be introducing my experience and the island.
Enjoy Everything Izu Has to Offer During the Special Limited-Time Shizuoka Destination Campaign!Read Later
Shizuoka Prefectuer is located at the foot of Mt. Fuji, Japan’s tallest mountain. Currently the prefecture is hosting the “Shizuoka Destination Campaign,” which focuses on attracting tourists to the prefecture for three months, from April through June of 2019.
From mid-April through mid-June, just after the Alpine Route has reopened after the winter, an approximately 500-meter section is opened, and visitors can walk “Yuki no Otani.”
Introducing a Lovely Well-Kept-Secret of a Cherry Blossom Viewing Location in Tokyo! Upload Photos to Social Media in Real Time!Read Later
We’ll be introducing 3 cherry blossom viewing locations in Tokyo that shouldn’t have big crowds! We’ll also introduce a convenient and cheap pre-paid SIM card so you can post your photos of the beautiful scenery to social media in real time!
Introducing Hand-picked Spots Featuring Beautiful Winter Scenery! Upload Photos on SNS with Cheap Prepaid SIM CardsRead Later
Winter is cold, and snow can be seen, but there are many places in Japan offering poignant and picturesque scenery only at this time of year. Here, I'd like to tell you about 3 beautiful winter scenery spots, carefully chosen from all around Japan!
This article will also introduce a convenient and cheap prepaid SIM card you can use to upload Japan's beautiful winter scenery in real time!
Aoshima is an island in Ehime Prefecture’s Ozu City, off of the Seto Inland Sea. This article will introduce a tour of Aoshima. Also known as Cat Island, Aoshima is a paradise for cats and cat-lovers like me, with a population of around 15 people and over 100 cats.
Nobeyama station is the station at the highest altitude in Japan. The air smells so fresh here!Read Later
Nobeyama station sits at 1345.67m above sea level.
From the front of the station you can see the peak of the Yatsugatake Mountains which are called Mount Aka. The station is located on the high land, the air smells so fresh!
Why not try visiting winter locations in Tokyo’s neighboring Saitama Prefecture’s Chichibu? This area is 3 hours away from Ikebukuro by bus or the Seibu Line. I’ve come to visit the back-country areas of Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture. First off, I stopped to appreciate the artful ice formations!