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Ever wanted to experience ski jumping? Head to Sapporo, Hokkaido’s Okurayama Viewing Point!

Sapporo prides itself in having something to offer everyone: tourist attractions, gourmet food, and nature galore! And ever since hosting the Winter Olympics in 1972, it’s earned itself a spot on the map as a city of sports as well!
The Okurayama Viewing Point’s 134 meter ski jump is used by athletes for practice all year round, and it is the seasonal home of many international competitions.

List of Seven Must-Visit Spots in Hakodate(1/8)

As one of the most attractive cities in Japan, Hakodate boasts seemingly countless places of interest. The Hokkaido Shinkansen opened in 2016 has enabled easier access to Hakodate: it takes only 4.5 hours to get to Hakodate from Tokyo and only 2 hours from Aomori. Seven must-visit places of interest in Hakodate are recommended to you. We wish you a pleasant tour of Hakodate!

I visited Daisekirinzan in Yambaru, Okinawa, and felt the earth’s energy!

Northern Okinawa is called Yambaru. It is a place where they are proud of their natural surroundings. Going farther north, there is a place called Daisekirinzan, locals call it “power spot”. It is said, there you can experience the earth`s energy flowing. One sunny day I hiked there to enjoy nature in the subtropical zone. I found strange shaped rocks, massive stones, and forest and ocean views from the plateau.

Check out Tokyo's latest must-see attractions with the wallet-friendly Toei One-day Pass!

Being able to navigate the public transportation system is one of the most useful skills you can have when sightseeing—especially in the busy city of Tokyo! And by making use of discount tickets such as Toei Transportation’s (Toei subways, Toei buses, Toei streetcars, etc.) all-you-can-ride Toei One-day Pass, you can get around without breaking the bank. This time the focus will be on the latest must-see spots!

Okinawa’s Highest Point! Beautiful View of Uegusukujo Castle Ruins

The Uegushikujo castle ruins lay on Kume Island, around 100 kilometers west of Okinawa’s main island.With an altitude of 310 meters, the ruins are the highest point in Okinawa Prefecture.The view from the castle ruins is truly picturesque. The 360°view not only lets you overlook the entirety of Kume Island, but you can also see Hatenohama, neighboring islands, and even Okinawa’s main island when the weather is clear.