Did you know that around Osaka, there are many scenic spots and famous places where you can go on a day trip? They’re all so close it would be an absolute waste not to go. With that said, this time we are introducing 8 day trip spots from Osaka.
Shiga is surrounded by plenty of nature, and is home to Japan’s biggest lake, Lake Biwa. It’s near Kyoto, so there are many shrines and temples from ancient times. Here are 10 recommended spots in Shiga for people that want to enjoy beautiful Japanese countryside scenes.
There are many popular and secret places to enjoy the autumn foliage, just within an hour’s distance from the center of the city of Tokyo. If you don’t like to go far, these are recommended spots for you to visit! Why not visit these sites to immerse yourself in the grand nature and enjoy the view that can only be seen at this time of year?
When the majestic nature teams up with the extreme weather of Hokkaido, pure magic can often happen. It is especially true during the winter, with its snow, frost and ice. Here is a list of some of the extraordinary phenomena that can be witnessed in the winter wonderland of Hokkaido.
There are many popular spots to you can see the autumn leaves in the Tokyo Metropolitan area. No matter which spot, you can go easily and enjoy the region’s fall colors such as vibrant gingkos, Japanese zelkovas, and so forth.
The four seasons is one of the real features of Japanese natural scenes. Seasonal flowers are indispensable for adding colors to the seasons of Japan. Let me introduce typical beautiful flowers to see in Japan in every season.
One of the best ways to get away from the sweltering summer heat is to explore inside a limestone cave. And there is no shortage of the places for you to take advantage in Japan! Here is a list of 8 limestone caves where you will encounter some breathtaking nature’s artwork sculpted over tens of thousands of years, while enjoying the nature’s air conditioner.
There are plenty of places to enjoy beautiful foliage in Osaka without having to go to Kyoto and Nara! You can relish in the sight while sightseeing or enjoying delicious food. All of these spots are popular and full of people during the season.
The northern areas of Japan are gorgeous places full of nature that allows you to enjoy the seasons all year round. Here are some lakes and marshes in that area that you should absolutely try to visit.
When you talk about Japanese spring, the first thing people think about is cherry blossoms! They all bloom at the same time as though they were longing for it. Why not be invited by the fragrance of the flowers on the wind and enjoy the beautiful sight of the pink flowers?
While there are many areas where you can see cherry blossoms bloom all throughout Japan, but there are also plenty of places to see other kinds of flowers too! Here are some flowers that have been beloved since ancient times in western Japan, especially Kyoto and Nara!
Lately foreign tourists who want to see flowers in Japan have increased. There are so many places to see cherry blossoms that you can’t count them all, but there are also places to see flowers that aren’t cherry blossoms. Here are a few in eastern Japan.
Japan is blessed with about 1800 liters of rainwater every year that then helps create fresh spring water for the people. The water is widely used in Japanese cooking to make delicious soups, and stews. This list brings you some of the many famous springs found here in the Kanto area.
Hokkaido is known for being the beautiful yukiguni, or snow country. But you can actually see breathtaking sights in the northernmost prefecture all year round. Try to experience some of these suggested views if you make your way up north!