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Onuma Quasi National Park

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Designated as a "quasi national park" and located only twenty kilometers north of Hakodate, Onuma Park (大沼公園, Ōnuma Kōen) is known for its picturesque, island dotted lakes and majestic volcano, Mount Komagatake.
Onuma Park can be easily visited in either a day trip from Hakodate...

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Setonaikai National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Be inspired by nature's treasure house
Japan. What images come to your mind when this country is mentioned? Geishas, Sumo, perhaps a scene from the movie “Lost in translation”, mesmerised by the intricacies of an ikebana floral arrangement? Well, at Setonaikai National Park, you will...

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Osaka Expo Commemoration Park

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Stunning parkland, ornate Japanese gardens and wonderful cultural experiences
Less than thirty minutes from central Osaka, built on the site of the Japan World Exposition in 1970, the Expo Commemoration Park is a sprawling 260 hectares of tranquil parkland, serene ponds and gardens f...

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Towada-Hachimantai National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
An Invigorating Expedition of Discovery Through the Frozen North
In truth there are very few places in Japan that are actually remote, but if there are places that feel remote, they might well be found within the grounds of Towada-Hachimantai National Park that covers two expansive p...

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Keramashoto National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Discover a Japanese Island Nature Paradise Ringed by Piercing Blue Seas
As an island nation that itself is subdivided into smaller and smaller islands across the archipelago, Japan lends itself well to being understood as a series of self-contained cultures within cultures, all bound...

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Kirishima Kinkowan National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Lose yourself in smouldering volcanoes and dramatic coastlinesTaking you all the way to the southernmost reaches of mainland Japan, the Kirishima Kinkowan National Park is a landscape defined by activity.
Whether it is the brooding active volcanoes that dominate the coast, the gently...

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Daisen-Oki National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Explore the many facets of the Japanese great outdoors
Daisen-Oki National Park spans Okayama, Shimane and Tottori, the three westernmost prefectures of Japan’s main Honshu island. Far removed from urban life the national park offers a rewarding journey for the adventurous traveler k...

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Ise-Shima National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Uncover the hidden treasures of the coast
Ise-Shima is an area already on the itinerary for most visitors to Japan, but it is still surprising how few visitors make it far beyond the prominent Ise Jingu to explore the truly vast number of islands big and small, as well as the coastli...

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Nikko National Park

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JAPAN TRAVEL
Follow in ancestral footprints to Japan’s original nature resort
Thanks to its proximity to Tokyo, Nikko already enjoys a well-deserved reputation as a tourist destination although it may be fair to say that most don’t stray much further within the national park than the shrines of N...

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Nada-Kuroiwa Narcissus Field

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One of Japan's top three wildflower fields
Located in the southern part of Awaji, the Nadakuroiwa narcissus (daffodil) field is a meadow of wild daffodils growing on a steep hillside overlooking the surrounding coast. With around five million daffodil flowers, it is known as one of J...

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