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06/04/2024 - Posted
Embarking on the journey to climb Mt. Fuji is an adventure that promises breathtaking vistas and a profound sense of accomplishment. Here's everything you need to know, from its towering height to the anticipated challenges, ensuring you're well-prepared for this iconic climb.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
Ginzan Onsen is an Onsen town in Yamagata prefecture off the coast and towards the inland. Its name means "silver mine hot spring". In the wintertime there is deep mountain snow in the valley surrounding the shinkansen tracks making for a beautiful, photo worthy ride into Yamagata from Tokyo.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
“How old would the oldest cherry blossom be in the motherland of cherry blossoms?” - Here are the answers.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
Yamanakako is in a lake region located in Yamanashi prefecture about two hours by bus from Shinjuku Bus terminal. Taxi options in and around Kawaguchiko train station are also available and are very convenient options, preferable to buses. Yamanakako lake is the closest lake to Mt.Fuji and is approximately 14km around.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
If you're seeking a truly serene and mystical experience in Japan, the island of Miyajima, officially known as Itsukushima, is a must-visit.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
As the warmth of summer gradually recedes, Japan ushers in an enchanting autumn, casting the landscapes in a tapestry of vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows. The much-anticipated season of fall foliage is a prime time for both locals and travelers to immerse themselves in the country's stunning natural beauty.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
Sapporo Snow Festival is an annual winter festival in Hokkaido. It is a celebration of snow and ice held for one week in each February.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
When traveling by train to seek out the best Japanese cherry blossom spots, here are just a few breathtaking locations to add to your itinerary.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
What are you going to pack? The below list is a suggestion of what you should bring to Mt. Fuji. Get some idea for perfect preparation!
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06/04/2024 - Posted
The Japanese cherry blossom tree is one of the country’s most iconic symbols. Seeing the cherry blossom in bloom, “Hanami” is a traditional Japanese celebration of this beautiful sight.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
When considering a trip to Japan, many travelers dream of the iconic images associated with this magnificent country: cherry blossoms (sakura) in full bloom, ancient temples, and the delicate dance of a Maiko. But what if you could combine these experiences into one unforgettable evening? Welcome to the world of Yakatabune.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
Japan's natural beauty can be seen all year round, from cherry blossoms to brilliant colors of fall.
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06/04/2024 - Posted
Nothing is more exciting than seeing the first signs of spring after a long cold winter. Springtime in Japan is a tableau of dreamlike scenes. The blossoms of Japan's iconic sakura (cherry blossoms) light up with their delicate pink glow, attracting tourists and locals alike. The Japan Meteorological Corporation (JMC) on February 29 released its 6th cherry blossom forecast for 2024. This forecast is based on the "Someiyoshino," which is considered the representative variety of sakura.
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05/10/2024 - Posted
Japan's diverse landscapes, from its bustling urban settings to tranquil countryside, beckon cyclists with promises of adventure. With its well-maintained infrastructure, clear signage, and deeply rooted respect for rules, cycling in Japan offers a unique blend of safety and excitement.
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