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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!

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.
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,
The Rainbow Bridge links Tokyo with the man-made island of Odaiba.
Visible for miles around Mount Ontake can be enjoyed from a safe distance away or up close. For anyone wanting to hike this holy mountain, you will instantly be captivated by its grace and charm
Fuji Rock Festival 2017, held at Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata prefecture, saw a lineup of stellar artists including Bjork, Lorde, The XX, Gorillaz, Aphex Twin, LCD Soundsystem and Major Lazer
Making the most out of a less-traveled area of Shimane Prefecture with a view over sea cliffs, local specialties at cafes, and a visit to a high school.
The Chureito Pagoda in Fujiyoshida, a 10-minute train ride from Kawaguchiko is a popular spot for viewing and photographing Mount Fuji, especially in spring and autumn.