Concept

Along the whole length of Japan there is a wide variety of nature and climates.
Many layers of culture are interwoven into its long history.
Bounty from the mountains and from the sea, and cuisine created from deep knowledge.
There is a Japan that you are yet to discover.
Nature is a place to play, and a place of adventure.
Ancient routes and shrines summon deep spirituality.
Hidden hamlets conceal their own unique culture.
Here you can interact with the local inhabitants.
There are journeys in Japan that you are yet to discover.
We will provide an environment in which you can enjoy Japan in full confidence,
with accommodation programs that distill the charm of the region, at internationally accepted quality standards.
This is a Japan chosen for discerning travelers.
Travel concierges from each of these thirteen special areas are waiting to welcome you.

What you will find on this website

Journeys of Discovery

Finding Kyushu

Kyushu is a land of verdant scenery, spirited people, and some of the most delicious cuisine to be found in Japan. From towering castles, multi-cultural districts seemingly preserved in time, and the sweeping valleys in the heart of Kyushu, there is always something to do.

A Land of Nature, Art, Beauty, and Culture

A land not quite like anywhere else in Japan. From islands filled with modern art that challenges our conceptions, quirky Showa Era streets of cities caught in the past, ancient temple halls on secluded mountain peaks, all the way to the far reaches of the Japanese countryside hidden in the still wild Iya Valley, there are too many things to uncover on the island of Shikoku to count.

Sea in the Sky : Nature Like No Other

Beneath the fiercely azure sky that has earned the moniker “Yatsugatake Blue,” is a land of rich nature, rustic vineyards, and mountain top views that see the land and sky disappear into each other.

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EXPERIENCE PROGRAM

Exploring Japan’s Jomon Culture

Explore sacred sites dating back to the Jomon culture scattered throughout the area by car.

Geisha: Traditions Still Alive

During the Edo Period, Niigata used to be the largest port in the Sea of Japan and was used extensively for trade.

Inspiration and Comfort TIMELESS YUKIGUNI

The foothills of the local mountains are an absolute delight for lovers of nature at any level.

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HIGH LIGHTS

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