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Kobe Luminarie is held every year in the first two weeks of December to commemorate the Great Hanshin earthquake of 1995.
The wisteria tunnels and surrounding gardens of Kawachi Fuji-en draw flower enthusiasts from around the world each spring to Kitakyushu in the south of Japan.
Beautiful blue lights at one of the major Christmas illumination spots in Tokyo, Roppongi Hills.
When visiting Tokyo in the period of time between the end of November to the start of December, do make a short trip down to the University of Tokyo's historic Hongo Campus, and enjoy a leisurely stroll under the gingko trees decked out in a splendid shade of yellow.
After a hiatus of two years the Blue Cave is back with a vengeance in Shibuya. The event was previously organised along the Meguro River in 2014.
Ouchi-juku is an Edo-Period post station located in Shimogo Town, Aizu County, Fukushima Prefecture.
Half an hour from Hakodate on Japan's Hokkaido island, in winter Lake Onuma freezes over and the whole area is deeply blanketed in snow, creating a memorably tranquil atmosphere.
With winter comes the opportunity to experience a different side to life in Yamagata. Snow festivals, winter sports and onsen are just some of the things available.