We will introduce access to fun sightseeing spots near
from Chubu International Airport.
Nagoya is the third largest city in Japan. Nagoya is a base for getting to other tourist spots including Hida-Takayama and Ise. Moreover, it stands between Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto.
Ise, located in the Shima Peninsula of Mie prefecture, is famous for Ise Jingu (shrine). Also, Seafood is popular and restaurants in the Ise-Shima region serve fresh fish, abalone, and Ise lobsters!
One of the best 3 spas in Japan. The water is simple, alkaline, hot spring water. It's located between Nagoya and Takayama, only 1 hour away from the latter.
Takayama is a must-see sight in the Chubu region. The city remains the place to see historical architecture, known for its old streets and Takayama Jinya, the Local Agency of the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Shirakawa-go is the historic villages designated as the world heritage site, known for thatched- and steep-roofed gassho-zukuri houses. They blends into the mountainous scenery beautifully.
If you hope to enjoy the greatness of nature, the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route is the place for you. The route goes through the northern alps and connects Toyama and Nagano Prefectures.
Matsumoto is known for Matsumoto Castle, a national treasure. It is also called as "Crow Castle" because its black walls resembles crows. In addition, the city's specialty is soba and horsemeat cuisine.
Kanazawa is known for Kenroku-en, the great gardens of Japan. It is possessed by Toshiie MAEDA, founder of Kaga Hyakumangoku (the wealthy Kaga Domain with a net worth of 1 million koku of rice).
Mt. Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan and 3776 meters high. It is considered as the symbol of Japan. Moreover it is registered as the World Heritage site.
Kyoto is full of historical buildings, shrines and temples, world heritage sites and important cultural properties. It is only 35 minutes away from Nagoya by bullet train.
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