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Charmant Hiuchi Snow Resort
The best powder on Honshu?
Charmant Hiuchi Snow Resort: a small mountain with big powder from first run till last. Remote enough to keep away the crowds

Iwate's Best Kept Secret: Ski Areas
Hachimantai and Shimokura ski hills
Iwate's best kept secret: Hachimantai and Shimokura ski resorts.

A Secret Treasure in Miyazaki
Cycle to Uchi Umi's coastline, rivers, and waterfalls
A leisurely bike ride from Miyazaki's southern town of Aoshima will take you along a pristine, rugged coastline that will keep both photographers and travelers happy

Shinagawa Prince Hotel 'Complex'
Top 10 Things to Do
The Shinagawa Prince Hotel 'Complex' is made up of four hotels and a number of attractions. Here are the top 10 things to do there!

Cycling Maizuru
The many lives of Kyoto's deep water port
While cycling rather than boating is the mode operandi for newcomers in this port city of Maizuru, the green coves and waterways are a constant reminder of its past. Whether you have disembarked from a naval ship or cruise ship, cycling is the recommended way to see this historical city in Kyoto Prefecture.

Healthy Living at NOHARA by Mizuno
Fun fitness station at Harajuku
NOHARA is an excellent one-stop facility for athletes in the heart of Tokyo, run by the acclaimed Japanese sports brand Mizuno. It consists of a studio, run and fitness station, cafe, and a sports shop, welcoming beginner to star athletes as well as tourists who would like to drop by for a short exercise during their stay in Japan.

Minakami Town in Gunma
Discover the natural beauty of Gunma
Minakami in Gunma will make you fall in love with its snow covered mountains, its amazing scenery and its warm hearted residents. Here is a list of activities that I got to do that definitely helped me enjoy Japan’s greenery and culture even more.

Climbing Mount Hiyachine
Iwate's second highest peak
Exploring Iwate's second highest mountain, Hiyachine.

Hiking Mount Iwate
Iwate's highest peak
Mount Iwate is 2,038 meters tall and can be accessed from 6 different trails. I have always hiked it from the East side via a trail called "umagaeshi", which means "where horses turn around".

Canyoning on the Namekawa
Autumn leaves and a scene from an adventure movie
Canyoning - hiking, repelling, swimming and sliding down waterfalls and mountain rivers