What was your best domestic trip in Japan?

Asked by Victoria Vlisides · 3 years ago

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Answered by Relinda Puspita · 3 years ago

Okunoshima or rabbit island.


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Answered by Sandra Isaka · 3 years ago

The Kiso Valley and its post towns (Magome, Tsumago, Narai...) are an absolute 'must see'.


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Answered by Carol Akiyama · 3 years ago

Miyajima! I wanted to take my teenager children to Hiroshima to learn about an important event in Japan and world history. After that sobering day, we spent the next one in Miyajima. We were wowed by how different the shrine look at low and high tide. We all fell in love with the friendly and curious deer inhabitants. The street stalls are fun to browse through. The oyster-serving restaurant we ate at was great. Next time we will definitely stay here at least for one night and experience the island in the evening!  


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Answered by Martyn Bissett · 3 years ago

I really like the snow monkeys in Nagano. Other than that hiking and camping trips in Toyama and Niigata. I've also had nice experiences working on WWOOF farms on the weekends. Generally anything though that gets out of the city :)


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Answered by Tyra 'nell Pille-Lu · 3 years ago

One of my travel favorites is the Niji No Sato. It is a 50-hectare theme park in the Izu Peninsula. It will make you feel like you have traveled outside Japan without leaving the country. It has several themed villages -- Canadian Village, British Village, Japanese Village, etc. -- and the entire place is just a paradise for me. A great avenue to relax your stressed mind.

http://en.japantravel.com/shizuoka/izu-shuzenji-british-village/26839

http://en.japantravel.com/shizuoka/izu-shuzenji-canadian-village/26840


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Answered by Olga Kaneda · 2 years ago

Karuizawa (twice) and Nara.


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