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Nara, Wakakusa YamayakiRead Later
The Wakakusa Yamayaki is an event where the 342-meter-high Mt. Wakakusa that overlooks Nara City is lit on fire.
Ice Fall Festival in Sounkyo, HokkaidoRead Later
The Ice Fall Festival is one of Hokkaido’s 3 largest snow festivals that started in 1976. This festival is hosted on the big river bank (about 10,000㎡) of the Ishikari river.At the festival you will see a variety of interesting ice sculptures such as an ice look out, an ice castle, ice tunnels, and an ice slide.
This article will introduce charming sights featured in both Japanese sightseeing booklets and in various forms of media that have not been affected by Hokkaido’s recent events, so as to make your visit as smooth and seamless as possible!
Japan’s Greatest Evening View, Visited Even by World VIPs! What Is the Secluded “Soni Kogen”?Read Later
I heard that a place said to have “Japan’s greatest evening view” existed in Nara Prefecture’s “Soni Village,” and I had to visit right away!
I went to Lake Yamanaka in Yamanashi Prefecture to photograph the autumn leaves. It was a 20-min bus ride from the Fujikyuko Line's Fujisan Station to the Lake Yamanakako: Asahigaoka bus stop...
Miyagi Zao Juhyo “Ice Monster” ToursRead Later
Let’s Go See Japan’s World-Renowned “Ice Monster” Scenery!
Located at the Second Station on Mount Fuji, Yeti is a ski resort famous for being the first in Japan to open every winter. This season, the outdoor ski slopes are also scheduled to open up at 10:00 am on Friday, October 19, 2018!
The “Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route” is a mountain sightseeing route that runs through the Northern Alps, filled with 3,000-meter-high-peaks. Immerse yourself in Japan’s unique beautiful scenery.