Famous for its magnificent and majestic natural scenery, Hokkaido enjoys a vast land featuring unique destinations such as the famous Sapporo, Furano, Otaru and Hakodate and many more.
Tokyo is the capital city of Japan, filled with towering buildings. As the economical, political, and cultural centre of Japan, it also gathers the most pioneering technologies, in addition to spreading the Japanese culture into the world.
Yokohama is located within Kanagawa Prefecture, and close to Tokyo Bay. The bustling traffic on the sea makes it the most representative port city in Japan. It is also a city with the second largest population in Japan.
Chiba Prefecture is an administrative area near Tokyo with three sides facing the ocean. Apart from being the location of Narita Airport, the window to the world, it is also a large tourist site.
Surrounded by a castle and flourishing old streets, Kanazawa is the 4th largest city in Japan after Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto. The traditional Japanese streets here are reminiscent of Kyoto, with less bustle and more peacefulness.
The ancient city of Kyoto has 17 World Heritage Sites, 50 national treasures, and approximately 300 important cultural assests. The numerous historical sites embodies endless histories, preserving seen and unseen cultural significance.
Osaka is the largest city in western Japan, filled with towering buildings. The local people are friendly and filled with smiles, and possess unique perspective and knowledge in business, making the city famous for its commercial industry.
Kobe is home to the Port of Kobe, the transport hub between western Japan and the world. Since antiquity, it has been endowed with diverse Asian and European cultures to sculpt the brand new presence exclusive to Kobe.
Fukuoka is an International city with 2 International ports (i.e. Hakata Port and Shimonoseki Port) that attracts numerous visitors from China, Korea and other Asian countries.
Okinawa is all about the superb view of the sea merging seamlessly with the sky. Okinawa features clear azure seas, and its coast is dotted with white sand beaches, which look as if it is synonymous with romance.