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The Bamboo Forest of Arashiyama
A tale of sunlight and shadows
The Japanese have a long history with bamboo in their folklore, metaphorically linking a mans' strength with this plant, Various festivals include the use of bamboo in various forms. We can see that from bamboo ice cream cups, buildings and fences. However it is not often we get the chance to see bamboo forests in their natural state that grow thick and line the path like they do here.

Chiba Zoological Park
Red pandas, giraffes and sloths
Chiba Zoological Park is comprised of five distinct zones that are well organized, large enough to recreate natural habitats, yet small enough to see everything on the same visit. Get up close and observe animals like the red pandas, giraffes, monkeys, sloths, and the exotic Hashibirokou, a Shoe-billed Stork. Access Chiba Zoo by exiting Dobutsukoen Sta from the Chiba Monorail.

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Taneyamagahara in Iwate
A plateau where you can meet "Matasaburo of the Wind"
At Tanayamagahara in Iwate Prefecture, you can take in Miyazawa Kenji's "Landscape of Ihatov", a plateau designated as a national spot of beauty. There you might meet "Matasaburo of the Wind". 

Sado's Dramatic Sotokaifu Coastline
Find natural beauty and solitude in this remote region
Explore the jagged cliffs and breathtaking views of Sado's dramatic Sotokaifu coastline, and find true solitude in the small village of Iwayaguchi.

Exploring around the Toyosawa dam
Submerged village of Toyosawa
Exploring around the Toyosawa dam

Going Up Mt. Takao by Chair Lift
A pretty and fun way to ascend Tokyo's famous mountain
The Chair Lift is a fun way to get up Mt. Takao without having to do all that climbing

Hiking Mt Ono with Views of Mt Fuji
Kanagawa`s far western retreat
Located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Mount Ono offers an easy and convenient escape with excellent views of Mount Fuji

Toga Village, Toyama
Japanese mountain culture
Toga village in Toyama Prefecture is the perfect rural mountain getaway. Experience true Japanese mountain culture including traditional mountain foods, wildlife and sake breweries.  

Lake Okushima
An escape from the world in Gunma’s high country
An escape from the world’s troubles to Gunma’s high country

Sano's Mikamoyama Park
A secret oasis amidst Sano's shopping mecca
Mikamoyama Park

Shiraito & Otodome Falls Fujinomiya
Waterfall duo ranked among "Japan's Top 100 Waterfalls"
Shiraito no Taki Waterfalls & Otodome no Taki Waterfalls are a striking pair of falls located in the southwest foothills of Mt. Fuji in Shizuoka Prefecture. Ranked among "Japan's Top 100 Waterfalls," the duo is a much loved tourist attraction and one you won't want to miss out on. 

Oku-nikko Yumoto Onsen
Beautiful hot spring town near Nikko
Yumoto Onsen is a beautiful hot spring town near Nikko, featuring majestic mountains, lakes, skiing, hiking trails, and plenty of soothing natural hot spring baths.