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Hachijo Fuji-san, Hachijo Island.

Hachijo Island is the southernmost of Tokyo's Izu Islands and is a haven for nature lovers.

Sekiheki, Chiburijima, Oki Islands

Chiburijima: read a guide to Chiburijima, the smallest and most peaceful of the four inhabited Oki Islands off the coast of Shimane Prefecture.

Tojinbo Cliffs, Fukui Prefecture.

Tojinbo Cliffs: the Tojinbo Cliffs in Fukui Prefecture are are an ancient rock formation and a site of legend and beauty.

Magose-toge Pass, Owase, Mie Prefecture

Magose-toge Pass: read a guide to hiking the Magose-toge Pass on the Iseji Route of the Kumano Kodo near Owase in Mie Prefecture.

Noda-hama Beach, Izu-Oshima, Tokyo.

Oshima Island: read a guide to Oshima Island, known for the volcanic Mount Mihara, hot springs, scuba diving and beaches.

Hiwadayama view to Mount Fuji

Read a travel guide to Hiwadayama & the Kinchakuda higanbana fields in Saitama Prefecture an area which is a flood of red in September with fine views of Tokyo.



Bridge to Heaven, Tsutenkyo Arch on the Kuniga Coast, Nishinoshima, Oki Islands

The Kuniga Coast on Nishinoshima in the Oki Islands has some of the most spectacular coastal scenery in the whole of Japan.

Fuji Five Lakes, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan.

Fuji Five Lakes is a scenic highland area west of Tokyo at the base of Mt. Fuji including Kawaguchiko, Motosuko, Saiko, Shojiko and Yamanakako lakes.

Chichibu in Saitama Prefecture, just an hour and 10 mins from Tokyo

Chichibu in Saitama Prefecture, just an hour and 10 mins from Tokyo

Shiratakiyama, Innoshima

Read guides to the islands of Mukaijima, Innoshima and Ikuchijima in the Inland Sea.

Nachi Falls, the tallest waterfall in Japan.

Read a guide to Nachi and Nachi Falls on the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage route including Nachi Taisha Grand Shrine and Seigantoji Temple.

Tenjokai, Nishinoshima, Oki Islands

National Parks in Japan: see a listing of the 30 National Parks in Japan, areas of outstanding natural beauty from Hokkaido to Okinawa.

Shodoshima, the olive growing island in the Inland Sea, Japan.

Shodoshima guide: read a travel guide to Shodoshima, Japan's olive-growing center. Shodoshima is a peaceful island getaway from Osaka and Kobe.