Fireflies only live in places with fresh water and clean air. They’re a sign of the great power of nature in the early summer. Here are some great spots to be able to see plenty of those lovely fireflies and enjoy the importance of nature.
Shizuoka is located between in Tokyo and Kyoto. Every day, tourists from China, Taiwan, and South Korea arrives at Mt. Fuji Airport which opened recently. The number of foreign tourists visiting Shizuoka Prefecture is increasing by leaps and bounds. The prefecture spreading in east and west has many attractive tourists’ spots such as Mt. Fuji which is a World Heritage Site, a village of Japan’s best green tea, and hot springs with the view of sea.
The Chubu region is vast, so it wouldn’t be surprised to see many similar dishes from different prefectures but if you really take the time to enjoy them, you would realize that they do taste different. In this article, we will take you around the Chubu region for their delightful local delights.
Mt. Fuji, which was recently selected as a World Cultural Heritage site, is not only beautiful to look at, but a great mountain to climb. For this article, we have picked 11 great spots to visit on your way back from climbing Mt. Fuji.