winterdestinations

July 15, 2019

Exploring the Mie Prefecture in Japan (Part 1) No ratings yet.

Not only Mie Prefecture is famous for its stunning winter illumination, Nabana no Sato, but the prefecture also has other attractions that are worth visiting.
October 8, 2018

Anime & Manga Events and Festivals In Tokyo For Winter Season No ratings yet.

For the serious Japanese anime and manga lovers, this article lists down the biggest festivals that take place around Tokyo during the winter season.
July 25, 2018

Ginzan Onsen: Most Beautiful Hot Spring Town Where Time Stands Still No ratings yet.

Ginzan Onsen 銀山温泉 is a hot spring town in Obanazawa, Yamagata Prefecture.
February 6, 2018

Hop on a Boat Cruise at Geibikei Gorge No ratings yet.

Are you a big fan of mother nature? Yes? Try exploring Geibikei Gorge on a boat cruise in Iwate Prefecture. This two-kilometre gorge is designated as...
January 29, 2018

My Winter Hike Experience at Yamadera No ratings yet.

There are many ways to admire stunning winter sceneries, be it from the train, plane, observatory or ropeway cable car. Have you considered doing a winter hike?
December 5, 2017

5 Winter Destinations for Day Trips No ratings yet.

Hokkaido, the island at the north of Japan has always been regarded as a winter wonderland with abundant snowfall, sub-zero temperature ...
December 4, 2017

Reasons Mount Zao Should Be Your Next Destination To Visit No ratings yet.

One of the most famous mountains in Japan, it offers spectacular views all year round with wonderful hot springs and good powder in winter...
November 27, 2017

3 Popular Winter Festivals in Tohoku Region No ratings yet.

Did you know that near Tokyo there lies the charismatic Tohoku region, with abundant snowfall, great winter condition, lesser crowds...
October 31, 2017

Enjoy Winter Like a Local – 5 Not to Miss Winter Festivals in Hokkaido No ratings yet.

Winter in Hokkaido is long and frigid with a lot of snowfall. Even so, it never hinders the locals from embracing the season just as other parts of Japan do, and one of the things the locals...