Nagoya

Nagoya, capital of Japan’s Aichi Prefecture, Japan's fourth largest incorporated city, and Japan's third most populous urban area. Centrally located, it is one of the nation's most important transportation hubs, historical centers and industrial powerhouses.

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Okinawa

Okinawa Prefecture is subtropical islands in southern Japan. The prefecture consists of over 160 islands (including 49 inhabited islands) which are divided into three major island groups: the Okinawa Islands, the Miyako Islands and the Yaeyama Islands.

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Shirakawago

Shirakawago & Gokayama - Mountainous region, known for its farmhouses. The Historic Villages of Shirakawa-gō and Gokayama are one of Japan's UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The cultural property consists of three historic mountain villages over an area of 68 hectares in the remote Shogawa river valley, stretching across the border of Gifu and Toyama Prefectures

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Sapporo

 Sapporo is the capital city of Hokkaido and offers a plenty of tourist attractions all year around including beautiful streetscape, spacious parks, unique museums, local fish market, and of course delicious Hokkaido regional food.

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Hakone

 is part of the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park, less than one hundred kilometers from Tokyo.

Famous for hot springs, natural beauty and the view across Lake Ashinoko of nearby Mount Fuji, Hakone is one of the most popular destinations among Japanese and international tourists looking for a break from Tokyo.

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Yokohama

From the international port city of Yokohama to Kamakura’s temples and Hakone’s natural beauty, Kanagawa has universal appeal

Kanagawa Prefecture is within easy reach of Tokyo, making it a popular destination for both visitors and Tokyoites.

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