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Long, sandy and deserted beach on Oge Island in Naruto.
The beauty of the Kurushima Kaikyo, part of the world's longest suspension bridge Shimanami Kaido, makes for a wonderful walk.
Okinawa is a kaleidoscope of colours, from the aquamarine seas to the vivid reds and indigos of its Bingata textiles. It is also home to some of the world’s oldest and healthiest people, with 34 centenarians per 100,000 people. Previously part of the Ryukyu Empire, Okinawa was and remains a cultural melting pot, a centre of trade between various ports in Asia. These islands had their identity shaped by centuries of contact, influencing everything from food to music. If you have 6 days to spare, drop in to this blue water paradise and make new friends in the most relaxed and warmest part of Japan.
Close to Zamami in Japan's tropical Okinawa island chain, Aka and Geruma islands are small, peaceful and beautiful.
Okunoshima, the rabbit island, is located in Hiroshima Prefecture
A variety of landscapes awaits you along the Sanriku Coast
On a crest at the top of a mountain, overlooking the Choshikei gorge, tourists can visit a one-of-a-kind "natural zoo" where they can watch, photograph, and even arrange to feed wild monkeys. This monkey group have become accustomed to humans within the bounds of the 'osaru no kuni' (Monkey Land). After paying a nominal entrance fee, you can walk around the mountainside surrounded by wildlife.