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Sheltered from the rest of the world for centuries, Japan has a culture and way of life that is truly unique. If you travel from the far north of the nation to the south, you will encounter ski resorts perched in spectacular mountain ranges, ancient temples, exciting cities and volcanic hot springs.
Arima
Situated north of Kobe and in close proximity to the city of Osaka, the cozy little town of Arima has been extremely prosperous since ancient times. Its famous hot spring with well appointed accommodation in the area is considered to be one of the three prominent onsens in Japan.
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Asahikawa
Located in central Hokkaido, Asahikawa is an important transport junction to Wakkanai, Abashiri and the central region including Sounkyo Gorge, Furano and Biei. The snow festival held each winter is Hokkaido’s second largest, and its exceptional ramen with the clear and salty soup base is considered one of the best in Japan.
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Beppu
Also in the south of Japan, Beppu is known for one thing. The proliferation of hot springs, or onsen, in the area has been attracting tourists for decades.
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Fukuoka
An increasingly popular destination in southern Japan due to its welcoming attitude to travellers. The city is very close to the airport - something rare in Japan- and due to its southern location, the weather remains temperate even in winter. There is much to keep you in Fukuoka itself including some great food and shopping.
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Furano
Starting from the 20th century, Japan has imported the planting technique of lavender from France and becomes a lavender haven. Summer is the season in the blossoms of flowers and you can soak into violet with your beloved ones.
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Gero
Located in the central Gifu province, Gero's hot spring has been very well known since the 10th century. It is considered one of the three best hot springs in Japan and renowned for its skin nourishments and meditative effect on rheumatic conditions.
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Hakodate
Hokkaido's third largest city is famous for its fresh seafood and the spectacular nightscape from Mount Hakodate. Influences of Western culture from the last century can still be seen in old churches, consulates and the Public Hall. Go for a soothing soak at the nearby Yunokawa Onsen which is considered among the best.
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Hakone
Situated less than 100 kilometres from Tokyo, Hakone is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park and it is famous for its hot springs, outdoor activities and the view of nearby Mt. Fuji. It is one of the most popular destinations among Japanese and international tourists alike.
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Izu
Izu, a peninsula jutting out into the Pacific Ocean, is famous for its beautiful beaches, plentiful hot springs (onsen) and wonderful scenery. The Izu Peninsula is divided into four areas: Ito, Naka-Izu, Minami-Izu and Nishi-Izu. Ito, the gateway to Izu, has many hot springs, art museums and plentiful accommodations.
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Jozankei
Regarded as the playground of Hokkaido, Jozankei is famous for its wide variety of outdoor activities such as hiking and golf in summer, while skiing and snowboarding at nearby resorts remain a favourite winter past-time. Its famous hot spring is famed for its water quality, high mineral content and sheer volume.
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Karuizawa
Karuizawa is one of the most famous ski resorts in Japan. With a stunning view of Mt.Asama nearby, the resort also consists of a massive Prince Shopping Centre, an IMAX theater, bowling alley, golf courses and tennis courts. It is the ultimate holiday destinations for the whole family all year round.
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Kiroro
One of the most recognized skiing resorts in Hokkaido, Kiroro is only 50 minutes away from romantic Otaru and provides various natural hot springs for tourists. The famous skiing resort has all kinds of equipment and facilities, where skiers can easily find beautiful and sparkling powder snow along the way.
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Kobe
Kobe is famous for its delicious Kobe beef, magnificent Mount Rokko, as well as its popular hot spring resorts, Arima Onsen. The city's spectacular night scene, dubbed as "million dollar view", has attracted thousands of tourists each year.
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Kyoto
As an ancient capital of Japan, there is no shortage of temples and shrines symbolising a bygone age. A truly beautiful city, Kyoto is a must-see location particularly in the autumn when the maple trees present their fantastic foliage and in spring when the cherry blossom transform it.
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Matsushima
Only 25 minutes train ride from Sendai, Matsushima is famous for its bay dotted by pine clad islets. A cruise through the strangely looking islets, oyster farms and welcoming seagulls will be the highlight. Stay a night or two in a traditional ryokan where you can enjoy hot spring bath in a country setting.
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Mie Prefecture
Mie is situated in the center of Honshu, in the eastern part of the Kii-hanto Peninsula that juts out into the Pacific Ocean. The eastern coastline is designated as Ise-Shima National Park, and is famous for cultured pearls, oysters and Ise lobsters, all made possible by the complex geographical features.
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Naeba
Naeba has staged numerous World Cup and national ski events over the past 30 years. It is also home to the largest ski resort hotel in the world - the 4,000 room Prince Hotel.
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Nagasaki
As one of Japan's most beautiful cities, Nagasaki is a place of small streets and distinctive neighborhoods with a blend of outside cultures interwoven into its history, architecture, food, and festivals. All the city's major attractions are connected to its diversified, and sometimes tragic, past.
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Nagoya
As Japan's fourth largest city, Nagoya has something for everyone. Although known as an industrial hub, its famous 400-year-old castle, shrine and city centre still display its historic importance. Nagoya is located in between Osaka and Tokyo.
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Niseko
About two hours' drive from Sapporo, Niseko's hot springs, ski slopes and extensive range of outdoor activities make it a recreation Mecca. Mt Annupuri, the highest peak in the Niseko mountain range, attracts hikers and climbers in summer and skiers and snowboarders in winter.
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Noboribetsu
Noboribetsu is Hokkaido's most famous hot spring resort. Major attraction is the Jigokudani, or "Hell Valley", where you can view the hot steam vents, sulphurous streams and other volcanic activities. Nearby attractive hiking trails through the densely forested hills around the area will get you to several sulphurous pond and mud pond.
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Osaka
As Japan's second city, Osaka has plenty to keep visitors amused. From shopping, fine restaurants to stunning cultural attractions, this energetic place is the perfect example to experience Japanese diversity.
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Otaru
Otaru is famous for its well-organized street with an exotic Scandinavian atmosphere and abundant greenery. Its beautiful canal area makes for a pleasant scroll and it is very romantic in the evening when the gas lamps are lit. Perfect for a one day trip or a nice stop en route from other cities in Hokkaido.
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Rusutsu
In June when the setanalia, or pink moss, is in full bloom, the main hill of Rusutsu seems as if it has been covered with a huge pink carpet which lures scores of visitors to come every year.
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Sahoro
Located in the northern tip of the Hidaka mountain range in central Hokkaido, Sahoro has its foot expanding in abundant nature. Feast your eyes on the ample greenery and glassy water, which provide a fabulous setting for outdoor activities. From mountain biking to horseback riding, every activity makes you aware of the grand scale and the beauty of Hokkaido.
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Sapporo
Home to Japan's most famous ski slopes, Sapporo is located on the northern island of Hokkaido. Although famous for its snow-related activities, in particular the ice festival, tourists can enjoy the outdoor life all year round. In the summer, Hokkaido is a great place to engage in outdoor activities. It is also famed for its many lavender and flower fields.
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Sendai
The tranquil ambiance of Sendai, with easy transportation access, fantastic shopping and yummy local specialties make it an idyllic getaway for a family. Don’t forget to stay a night or two in Matsushima, a beautiful town where historical treasures all within walking distances.
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Sounkyo
Sounkyo with magnificent steep cliffs is situated at the base of the Taisetus Mountains. The area is famous not only for its hot springs but also for its beautiful autumnal colors. In particular, Ginsendai, at the trailhead of Mt. Aka-dake, and Kogen Onsen (Hot Spring) are widely noted as the places where leaves turn red earliest in Hokkaido.
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Tokyo (Narita)
A sprawling metropolis full of action, adventure and amazement! Tokyo, Japan's capital, is crammed full of excellent shops, restaurants and of course, people. It is forever changing and recently districts such as Rappongi and Marunouchi with their fabulous new hotel and retail complexes, Shiodome - a city within a city - and even traditional shopping districts such as Ginza, are unrecognisable from a few years ago.
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Toya
Apart from being near volcanoes, Mount Usu and Showa Shinzan, Toya is famous for its natural hot springs and breathtaking Lake Toya. Toyako Sculpture Park along the lakeside showcases 58 magnificent sculptures by Japanese sculptors. Lake Toya holds 20-minute fireworks show every night between late April and late October.
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Zao
Zao is a picturesque ski destination built to replicate a traditional European Alpine setting. The area has a mix of courses, but it is thought of more as an easy-going family resort. Riding the tram to the mountaintop to see the famous “snow-monsters” is a must. It is nature’s wonder of ice and snow formed around fir trees creating a surreal landscape. You can also relax in the many steaming hot springs situated throughout the cute resort town.
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Aomori
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Tokyo (Haneda)
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Biei
Located on the east of the Edo Peninsula, Atami is a renowned hot spring destination by the seashore. Delectable seafood and soothing hot springs are the main draws for tourists during the summer.
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Hakuba
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Okinawa
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Shikaribetsuko
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Kumamoto
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Oita
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Yokohama
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