Hirou Shrine’s object of worship is famous for the large volume of water and for having the country’s highest drop off
Lake Kawaguchiko is known for offering the one of the best views of the beautifully symmetrical Mount Fuji.
Ryuzu Falls is one of the representative waterfalls in Oku-Nikko. Its forked cascade resembles the head of a dragon.
The deepest and westernmost lake of the ”Fuji Five Lakes,” it is very clear where you can enjoy marine sports and camping.
Japan’s largest lake, replete with noteworthy places and leisure opportunities
A caldera lake formed by an eruption from Mt Oakan, Lake Akan rests among a rich natural environment and is famous for the marimo growing in it.
The Otaru Canal is a sightseeing spot emblematic of Otaru. About 1.1 km long, old warehouses stand side by side along one edge; along the other runs a promenade ideal for a pleasant stroll.
Lake Toya is the second largest caldera lake in Japan, having a circumference of about 40 km. Enjoy a walk along the lakeside or take a cruise on one of the pleasure boats.
Five lakes surrounded by forest in Shiretoko. Feel at one with nature as you stroll along pathways in this World Natural Heritage Site.
Aptly named, this mysterious hot spring transforms an entire river
Keep an eye out for plentiful wildlife
Both selected as part of Japan's 100 best waterfalls
Discover the famous ”Mashu blue”
Withered trees stand in a mystical pond
Picked as one of Japan's top 100 waterfalls
Plumes of steam and the scent of sulfur rise from this hot spring pond
Overwhelming in scale
Japan's northernmost ice-free lake
Experience the earth's energy in the remains of a volcanic crater
A snow-white curtain of water falls into a blue river