A beautiful beach known as a scenic spot within easy access of downtown Osaka.
- Nishiki-no-Hama Beach
- Nishiki Ichiba (Market)
Known as the "Kitchen of Kyoto," it is the most famous food shopping street in Kyoto.
- Nishihama Beach
The southernmost inhabited island in Okinawa that has a beautiful beach known as Hateruma Blue.
- Nippon Budokan
Japan's mecca for Japanese artists.
- Ninja Karakuri Yashiki
This Ninja House is full of fun gimmicks.
- Ninenzaka & Sannenzaka
A row of houses that presents the atmosphere of Kyoto with slopes that lead from Kodai-ji to Kiyomizu-dera.
- Nima Sand Museum
The sand museum themed by Kotogahama's "Narisuna (singing sand)" with the world's biggest sand clock.
- Nikko Toshogu Reitaisai (Grand Festival)
Held in spring and autumn every year, this festival faithfully reproduces a procession from the Edo period and is worth seeing!
- Nikko Toshogu
One of the greatest spiritual places in Japan. This shrine which enshrines "Tokugawa Ieyasu" is designated as The World Heritage.
- Nikko Futarasan Shrine
Power spot for good relationships! World Heritage Site with over 1,200 years of history.
- Nikko Edo Wonderland
Travel back to the Japan of 400 years ago! It is an amusement park based on the Edo period.
- Nijo Market
Tasting fresh seafood in a market located in the center of Sapporo with its history of more than 100 years