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5 Gorgeous Glamping Sites in Tohoku: Comfortably Enjoy the Outdoors With Family

Fukushima, Koriyama And Iwaki Unique Hotels

Japan's northeastern region of Tohoku is known for its abundant nature, making it perfect for glamping in the warmer months. When glamping in Tohoku, you can enjoy staying in stylish tents and lodges, outdoor barbeques with the family, as well as cozy quality time around a bonfire. It's the perfect chance to enjoy a luxurious camping experience without the hassle of setting up tents or preparing supplies. With facilities leaving guests feeling pampered through hotel-class services, more and more have been popping up throughout Japan! Here we will introduce five glamping sites in the Tohoku region that you're sure to enjoy. Main image: yamagata glam

Visiting Sendai: 9 Essentials to Know Before Traveling to Northeast Japan's Largest City

Sendai And Matsushima Other Sightseeing

Sendai is the largest city in northeast Japan's Tohoku region. Around 90 minutes via Shinkansen bullet train from Tokyo and with excellent access to the rest of Tohoku, Sendai is a popular destination to visit. Here we will introduce some useful tips when traveling to Sendai, including transportation access from Tokyo, the delicious local dishes to try, and the famous historical sites to visit! Main photo by: PIXTA

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  • Surrounding Areas Of Akita
  • Surrounding Areas Of Yamagata
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