The island is a haven for hikers, seafood lovers, and unique alpine flowers.
Walk, hike, and cycle through some of Japan’s most iconic nature and enjoy some of the freshest and tastiest seafood, beef and sake the country has to offer.
Hokuto boasts over 2,500 hours of sunlight per year. It's also a great place to cycle, with the beautiful Yatsugatake Volcanic Range in the backdrop.
For spectacular views of the Japanese Alps and Mt. Fuji, venture up the Yatsugatake mountain range.
Experience parts of the temple which are normally off-limits to the public.
Strap yourself in (no, really) for a high-octane visit to Osaka, perhaps Japan’s most exciting city.
If you’re in the mountains of central Honshu and looking for a lovely day away from the crowds, Komoro in Nagano Prefecture is a great bet.
Add Maizuru, Kure and Sasebo to your travel list—three old Japan port towns chock-full of natural beauty, historical attractions and nautical adventures.
Pay a visit and you'll see why the temple's been designated a Place of Scenic Beauty.