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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.

In Japan's Shizuoka prefecture, the Izu Peninsula boasts a diverse range of attractions: beautiful coastal scenery, a monkey park, an orchid garden, wineries, hot springs, temples and more!

Every third Monday in July Japan celebrates umi-no-hi (Marine Day), when many Japanese take a trip to the beach to show their gratitude for the blessings of the ocean. However,
When the trail is getting a little steeper and a bit rocky, you will have almost reached the saddle between the two peaks. Now there is a choice to make.
Get up close and personal to experiencing one of the few active, constantly smoking volcanoes in Japan; An adventure you won’t forget in a hurry!
Easily accessible by the Tokyo Wan Ferry and Nokogiriyama Ropeway, Mt Nokogiryama or “Sawtooth Mountain” acquired its distinctive profile from its history as a stone quarry during the Edo Period. Today, at  329 meters high it offers magnificent views & picturesque spots such as the Hundred Shaku Kannon, the largest pre-modern Buddha, and the 1,500 stone figures of Tokai Arhats.
The Miho Museum is unforgettable for its I.M. Pei design, rare, ancient pieces, and natural surroundings. A must-see.
Mt Fuji, the majestic, sacred, and highest mountain in Japan, should not be underestimated when planning to hike it with the goal of reaching the summit.