A castle of splendor and opulence built for Ieyasu Tokugawa holds three titles: World Heritage Site, Japan’s National Treasure and Place of Special Scenic Beauty.
- Nijo Castle
- Niigata Senbei Okoku
A sightseeing spot of senbei (rice crackers) in Niigata that boasts of the largest production of rice confectioneries.
- Niigata City Aquarium Marinepia Nihonkai
It is a massive aquarium where you can see 20,000 of approx. 500 types of sea animals.
Take a walk and experience the history of Tokyo in the properous, traditional area since the Edo Period of Nihonbashi.
- Nichiyo Market
Giant 1.3 km-long, open-air market with over 300 years of tradition.
- Nezu Shrine
A shrine built over 300 years ago with an Azalea festival in spring and its annual festival in autumn.
- Netsu no Yu
Famous destination for watching and experiencing Yumomi (traditional method of lowering the temperature of hot spring water).
- National Museum of Nature and Science
The only national museum of integrated science with about 4,210,000 pieces of valuable specimens.
- Nasu Safari Park
You can touch large animals! A popular sightseeing spot to see animals living in an natural environment closely.
- Nasu Rindoko Lake View
A massive amusement complex where you can pet and feed animals and enjoy rides.
- Narita Yume Bokujo
A large tourist farm where you can touch animals and harvest vegetables and fruits.
- Naritasan Shinshoji
A main temple of Shingon-Chizan buddhist sect known as "Narita's Wisdom King" from the Edo period.