Zuigan-jiTemple in Matsushima, one of Japan's top three scenic treasures.
Oga Aquarium GAOMust see the giant water tank of the sea of Oga! Watch out for the Namahage divers!
Kamogawa Sea WorldAquarium with very popular animal performances
Minobusan Kuon-jiThe head temple of "Nichiren shu," famous for its splendid halls and 400-year-old cherry blossoms.
HIDA COOKING CLASSCooking class to learn how to cook local food instructed by local housewives at their own homes.
TomonouraOne of the most beautiful port towns in Japan which is also picked as a filming location for several movies including a Studio Ghibli movie and a Hollywood movie.
Nima Sand MuseumThe sand museum themed by Kotogahama's "Narisuna (singing sand)" with the world's biggest sand clock.
Palace of the Dragon King Shrine: Ryugu JinjaPopular power-spot famous for its abilities in matchmaking and shell written wishes.
Shiraito FallsInfiltrated water of Mount Fuji forms a white waterfall that look like silk threads.
Shiratani UnsuikyoA primeval forest covering an area of 424 hectare which is a model for the backdrop of the movie “Princess Mononoke.”
TappizakiScenic beauty spot on the edge of the main island of Japan where you can enjoy different landscapes.
Kobe Oji ZooA very popular zoo where you can see panda bears and koalas, in addition to enjoying other facilities.
Kintaikyo (bridge)Unique-shaped bridge with five arches, chosen as one of the three best bridges in Japan.
Tsuchiyu OnsenHistoric onsen town developed over 1000 years ago.
Mt. TsukubaA sacred mountain worshiped as the deity of Tsukubasan Jinja. The summit has a panoramic view of the Kanto Plains.