A temple with a tiger as its symbol and known for its peculiar ways of worship.
- Chogosonshi-ji on Mt. Shigi
- Chirihama Nagisa Driveway
The natural driveway on the sand beach stretching along the shore for 8 km.
The head temple of Buddhism’s Jodo sect is famous for its grand hall and gate, the latter known to be Japan’s most renowned wooden architecture.
A place where history and nature come together in perfect harmony, "Chinzanso Tokyo."
- Chikura no Iwaya Cave
An enormous cave that was formed by the waves of the Pacific Ocean that is large enough for 1,000 people to sit down inside.
- Chichibu Shrine
Shrine with 2,100 years of history and the famous Chichibu Yomatsuri festival, Chichibu Shrine.
- Cape Sata
The southernmost point of mainland Japan where you can get a gorgeous view.
- Cape Nagasakibana
A cape located at the southern tip of Satsuma Peninsula where you can see stunning views.
- Cape Manzamo
Great view spot in Okinawa to enjoy magnificent nature.
- Cape Maeda
A scenic spot in Onna-son famous for snorkeling and diving.
- Cape Kaberu
The location where Okinawa's ancestral god first ascended, on the tip of Kudakajima.
Elegant temple buildings designated as World Cultural Heritage built in 1052.