Regions of Japan

Japan is in a unique way timeless, historical and ancient tradition are mixed with modern life in a natural unforced way. The combination of peacefulness and chaos, old and new makes Japan a destination worth multiple visits in a lifetime. 

Whatever your passion is when travelling, Japan for sure should be on the bucket list and to be visited at least once.

Every season in Japan has its charms, brought by the seasonal changes in temperature and weather. Japan's land area stretches from the northern island of Hokkaido, through the mid Kanto region, down to the subtropical Okinawa. Even at the same period of time, the weather varies greatly for each region.  The one week forecast is an accurate guide to the weather for the coming week.

Kanto

Tokyo  is Japan's capital and the world's most populous metropolis. It is also one of Japan's 47 prefectures, consisting of 23 central city wards and multiple cities, towns and villages west of the city center.

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Kansai

Kansai Region encompasses the Osaka Plain and consists of seven prefectures. It used to be the political and cultural center of Japan for many centuries and includes the cities of KyotoOsakaNara and Kobe.

Others

From north to south, Japan has a lot of attractions in each area all year around. Get to know other regions of Japan with their unique features.

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