This breath-taking park has a complete view of downtown Chichibu in Saitama Prefecture. The colorful moss pink completely covering "Shibazakura Hill" in Hitsujiyama Park is on display from mid-April to early May.
|Access||Approx. 20 min. walk from Seibu-Chichibu Station on the Seibu-Chichibu Line.|
This mountain is located on the eastern edge of the Kanto Mountains next to the center of Tokyo. This mountain is listed in the Michelin Guide as the most climbed mountain in the world with over 3 million hikers coming here every year.
|Access||Close to Takaosanguchi Station on the Keio Takao Line|
This area is full of popular attractions including beautiful flowers and food during all 4 seasons, the lighthouse which is a symbol of the island, Enoshima Shrine which is a valuable historical asset as well as the Enoshima Aquarium featuring attractions such as dolphin shows.
|Access||Close to Katase-enoshima Station on the Odakyu Enoshima Line|
This center of youth culture is one of Tokyo’s most popular spots. The area has a complete line-up of fashionable restaurants, cafes and shops. Among these, SHIBUYA109 right next to the statue of Hachiko is a popular shopping mall featuring all the latest trends.
|Access||Close to Shibuya Station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line / Den-en-toshi Line.|
This resort area and spacious beach coastline in Hayama is filled with the allure of a gentle climate and breath-taking ocean. You can see Mt. Fuji and Enoshima Island from the beach and the view at sunset is especially intoxicating.
|Access||Approx. 9 min. by Keikyu Bus from the Shinzushi Station on the Keikyu Line. Close to Morito Kaigan stop.|
This building is home to government institutions in Tokyo. The 243 meter tall Tokyo Metropolitan Main Building No.1 has an observation deck free of charge on the 45th floor with a view of Tokyo Tower, TOKYO SKYTREE and on a clear day, Mt. Fuji.
|Access||Close to Tochomae Station on the Toei Subway Oedo Line|
The face of Asakusa enshrines Fujin, god of wind on the right and Raijin, god of thunder on the left to prevent natural disasters. The lantern hanging in the center of the gate is 3.9m high with a diameter of 3.3m and weight of 700kg making this a great picture taking spot.
|Access||Approx. 2 min. walk from Exit 1 of Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line|
This Japanese garden was made by Sankei Hara, a businessman and master of tea ceremony. The spacious 175,000m2 premises includes 17 historical buildings including 10 national important cultural properties and 3 tangible cultural properties designated by Yokohama City.
|Access||Approx. 25 min. by Yokohama Municipal Bus from Sakuragicho Station on the Yokohama Municipal Subway. Get off at Sankeien Iriguchi stop.|
3 million people visit here for the first temple visit of the year praying to Acala, the Wisdom King of Naritasan. This temple is especially famous for the must-see Goma prayers involving people writing prayers on Goma sticks wishing for things such as family safety, warding off evil spirits or traffic safety and putting them into a fire. The temple pathway to Keisei Narita Station is filled with history featuring famous Narita products such as fresh eel prepared right in front of you and local sake.
|Access||Approx. 10 min. walk from Keisei Narita Station on the Keisei main Line.|
This shrine enshrines the famous Japanese historical figure Ieyasu Tokugawa who started the Edo Shogunate. The shrine is famous for its wooden sculptures including the Three Monkeys, the Sleeping Cat and the Sparrow. It was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1999 as part of the Shrines and Temples of Nikko.
|Access||Approx. 9 min. by Tobu Bus from Tobu Nikko Station on the Tobu Nikko Line (separate fare is required).|
This popular tourist spot in the Bay Area features an ocean view. Enjoy cuisine and shopping at Yokohama Landmark Tower and Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse as well as the amusement park with a Ferris wheel. The view at night is amazing, often being used in TV dramas.
|Access||Close to Minatomirai Station on the Minatomirai Line|
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