You’ll be mesmerised.
The Kuju Mountains will entertain day trippers and experienced hikers alike.
One of the attractions of Izu Peninsula is Mount Omuro, a dormant volcano that formed about 4,000 years ago that looks like an upside-down bowl.
Known as one of Japan’s 200 most famous mountains, Osuzu is home to many stunning waterfalls and valleys.
A hidden gem near the second biggest city in Shimane Prefecture
Visit Mount Sanbe in autumn for the best views, natural hot springs and a fun day outdoors.
A prefectural nature park and a hidden gem for hikers and culture buffs.
Take a trek to see Kagoshima’s majestic emerald green waterfall basin
One of the top 100 waterfalls in Japan.
One of the most famous viewpoints of Mount Daisen.
A perfect day trip from Fukuoka, Yame is one of Japan’s oldest tea-producing regions.
The seventh largest lake in Japan and one of the most famous natural sights of Shimane Prefecture.