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The Naiku of the Ise Jingu enshrines the sun goddess Amaterasu, the mother of the Japan.

Ise

Ise is the original pilgrim's playground; home to Japan's holiest shrine and some of the friendliest people you'll encounter.

Unzen Onsen

Today, Unzen Onsen is regarded as an onsen (hot springs) paradise, with public and private baths available at ryokans and hotels that are sprinkled around the region...

Mount Daisen

Soaring straight out from the Sea of Japan at a height of 1729 meters, Mount DaiSen is the highest, and holiest, mountain in the Chugoku region...

Mount Misen

Misen rises 500 metres over the seto Inland sea on the scenic, spiritual island of Miyajima, just minutes away from Hiroshima City by ferry...

Kurokawa Onsen

Arguably one of Kyushu’s most prized gems, Kurokawa Onsen is a favourite with Japanese people due, not only to the variety of hot spring baths offered, but also to a secluded location high up in the lush Aso mountain range, in the majestic shadow of its active central volcano...

Ooedo Onsen Monogatari

The Ooedo-Onsen Monogatari calls itself an "Onsen Theme Park" and in many ways, it really feels like an amusement park...

Zao Onsen

Picture this: the sun is setting on a perfectly snowy winter evening and you’re outside after a long day of skiing, relaxing in a hot spring full of skin-enriching minerals...

Misasa Onsen

Three nights at Misasa Onsen has the power to cure any disease according to a local proverb...

Oirase Stream

Japan’s second-most northern prefecture Aomori is a haven for nature lovers...

Hirauchi Kaichu Onsen

Yakushima, one of Japan’s first UNESCO World Heritage sites, may be famous for Jōmonsugi, the 9,000-year old cryptomeria tree in the center of the island, but there are lesser-known treasures scattered along the island’s perimeter...

Sengaku-ji Temple

Sengaku-ji Temple is often overlooked by travelers coming to Tokyo...

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