LIST OF AREAS

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Nagano

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Nagano boasts some of Japan’s biggest mountains, and is a popular destination for skiing and snowboarding in winter, and for onsen hot springs year-round.
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Hiroshima

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In addition to the moving Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima City, the prefecture of Hiroshima boasts the 'floating torii gate' of Miyajima.
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Kitakyushu

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This port city located between the islands of Honshu and Kyushu still retains much of its retro vibe from past decades.
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Kumamoto

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Located in central Kyushu, Kumamoto is famous for its impressive castle but is also home to Mount Aso, a large active volcano, and other nature.
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Tottori

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Home to beautiful sand dunes and a long coastline, Tottori is also the birthplace of internationally famous manga artists.
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Matsuyama

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Matsuyama is the capital of beautiful Ehime and site of the famous Dogo Onsen, Matsuyama Castle, and other must-visit destinations.
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Shimane

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Beautiful Shimane Prefecture, located on the northern coast facing the Sea of Japan, remains undiscovered by most tourists.
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Fukuoka

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The largest city on the island of Kyushu, lively Fukuoka also serves as a gateway to other parts of Asia.
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成田

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Now famous for its airport, Narita first flourished as a popular pilgrimage site during the Edo Period.
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Narita

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Now famous for its airport, Narita first flourished as a popular pilgrimage site during the Edo Period.
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Kanazawa

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A former castle town with many well-preserved streets and a strong history of traditional arts, Kanazawa also features the famous Kenrokuen Garden.
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Iseshima

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Known best for Ise Jingu, the holiest of all Japan's Shinto shrines, Iseshima also boasts a beautiful coastline and is home to many traditional ama divers.
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Aizuwakamatsu

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Having served as the political and military capital of the Aizu clan during the Edo Period, the city of Aizuwakamatsu is full of history.
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Wakayama

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From fresh seafood to the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage and Buddhist temples of Koya-san in the mountains, Wakayama Prefecture offers plenty of worldly and spiritual attractions.
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Kochi

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The birthplace of the famous Yosakoi Festival and historical figures such as Sakamoto Ryoma, Kochi Prefecture is big on culture and nature.
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Takayama

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Nestled among the Hida mountains of central Japan, the castle town of Takayama is full of Edo Period history and atmosphere.
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Nikko

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From splendid World Heritage shrines and temples to hot springs and waterfalls, Nikko is one of Japan's top destinations.