Surf, ski, cycle, run.
Hiking in summer; skiing in winter; but the milky, acidic onsen is good year round.
Join the pilgrimage to the snow mecca on Japan’s main island!
Powder snow and the bath of 1,000 bathers.
The Hozugawa River that winds its way from the lush green mountains of Kameoka to Arashiyama is a prime summer attraction and should definitely be part of your Kyoto Prefecture travel experience....
Legends accompany Japan’s deepest lake.
Wide open spaces and Edo tradition.
A view of Mt. Fuji and Japan’s first “sushi theme park.” What more could you need?
As GaijinPot’s 2018 top destination — this hot spring and ski resort is a sporty spot in the beautiful Niigata Prefecture.
Cycle your way through the tale of Momotaro the peach boy!
Catch some local baseball fervor at the oldest baseball stadium in Japan.
Just looking for a day on the ski slopes then a dip in the hot springs? Myoko’s got nine ski resorts and seven hot springs waiting for you.