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Kyushu Natural Animal Park African Safari

Home to over 1,400 animals representing approximately 70 species, everyone will have a chance to spot some of their favorite animals.

Yonago Waterbird Sanctuary

Yonago Waterbird Sanctuary

A natural habitat for over 100 species of wild birds both resident and migratory.

Nizo Yamamoto Art Museum

Nizo Yamamoto Art Museum

For fans of Studio Ghibli’s films, visit the museum dedicated to one of the studio’s most influential art directors.

New Reoma World

New Reoma World

New Reoma Park in western Japan features over 20 attractions aimed at children and adults alike.

The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Museum

The Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Memorial Museum

A museum that commemorates the earthquake and educates on disaster risk prevention.

Aquas Shimane Aquarium

Famous for its beluga whales, this aquarium will entertain young and old alike with its extensive aquatic life and superb performances.  

Tokyo Joypolis

An entertainment experience that combines technological innovation with conventional amusement park attractions.

The Tower Hotel

Some rooms in Nagoya’s The Tower Hotel have a wildly unique feature: structural beams of the tower protrude through the wall and disappear into the floor.

kyushu railway history museum

Kyushu Railway History Museum

The Kyushu Railway History Museum houses a wealth of information about the history of trains in southwestern Japan.

Nagasaki Nomozaki Dinosaur Park

Nagasaki Nomozaki Dinosaur Park

Go back to when dinosaurs and other prehistoric life roamed the Japanese archipelago.

Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art

A contemporary art museum that is itself an architectural marvel