The Tokyo Metropolitan area is a mega-city, home to some 35 million people and the driving force of Japan's economy and rapidly shifting cultural trends. However, less
than 90 minutes away you will find Mount Takao, a peaceful retreat for walking and quiet reflection with views of the distant urban landscapes.
To the southeast in Chiba Prefecture lie hidden beaches, whilst to the north in Nikko you will discover the spectacularly ornate temples and shrines of Toshogu, the resting place of the first Tokugawa shogun; the man who began the transformation of Tokyo into the city you will find today.
Naha is the largest city in Okinawa Prefecture. Located in the southern part of Okinawa Main Island.
Along the western coast of Okinawa Main Island, running from On'na-son Village to the base of the Motobu-hanto Peninsula in the north.
The southern part of Okinawa Main Island is a hilly area with no mountains.
Kerama Islands have been attracting a lot of attention and are the most popular destination for tourists among the remote islands.
A popular sub-tropical group of islands located 300 kilometers south from Okinawa Hondo known as the home to some of the best beaches in Japan.