Ibaraki Flower ParkA massive theme park of flowers and greenery where various flowers bloom.
OsawaikeMeasuring approx. 1 km in circumference, it is Japan's oldest artificial garden lake. It is also a famous place for cherry blossom flowers in spring and, autumn leaves and the moon in fall.
Kochi CastleThe only castle in Japan that still has all of the Honmaru buildings.
The Museum of The Little PrinceThe museum is a tribute to the famous story "The Little Prince," as the restaurant recreates the world of the story.
Tobe Zoological Park, Ehime PrefectureThe largest zoo in western Japan to see and even pet some animals from all over the world.
NakamiseOld, Japanese shopping street that has 90 stores offering a taste of Japan!
Skypark Mt. Kanpu Panorama Observation DeckSee great views of the Sea of Japan and mountains in the distance on this 360-degree rotating observation deck.
HakubaA sacred place for mountain sports surrounded by majestic nature of the North Japanese Alps.
HIDA COOKING CLASSCooking class to learn how to cook local food instructed by local housewives at their own homes.
Amida-jiA temple in Hakone commonly known as Ajisai-dera (hydrangea temple) as you see an abundance of hydrangeas in bloom.
Unzen JigokuUnzen Jigoku with about 30 geothermal spots fuming white steam.
Palace of the Dragon King Shrine: Ryugu JinjaPopular power-spot famous for its abilities in matchmaking and shell written wishes.
Nima Sand MuseumThe sand museum themed by Kotogahama's "Narisuna (singing sand)" with the world's biggest sand clock.
Dasaifu TenmanguA temple for academic success where the god of knowledge, Sugawarano Michizane, is enshrined
Jigoku Meguri (Hell Tour)Popular sightseeing course to visit eight distinctive hot springs (Jigoku) in Beppu.