Japan Listings: Nature

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Lake Tazawa

In Japan, some of the most interesting places are born from legends. Lake Tazawa definitely falls in this category. It's part of the legend of the three lakes of Akita (Lake Tazawa, Lake Towada, and Hachiro Lagoon). Here is the short version:
It is said that Lake Tazawa doesn't freeze over (despite being in the Northern part of Honshu) because every winter the dragon-god lovers, living...

Koiwai Farm

Nestled at the foot of Mt. Iwate, Koiwai Farm is a veritable playground for nature lovers and gourmets alike. The farm is open to the public almost all year, offering special events and activities with each changing season. One of the interesting perks of going in the off-season (mid-November to mid-April) is free admission to the "Makiba-en" tourist facilities.
Koiwai Farm is first and...

0 - 1,000 JPY
Jigoku Meguri (The Hell Tour)

A tour of the 8 levels of hell hot springs. All of them are different colors and have a different natural beauty to them. 

**you are not able to get in the hot springs**


Step off the train and enter the "little Kyoto of the North". It's no surprise why people call it as such! Kakunodate has all the charm of Kyoto, but in a more compact less tourist-ridden package. Don't let that fool you though. There is plenty to do and see in Kakunodate. The most famous sites in the area happen to be the samurai houses.  Only six of the many houses are open to the...


There are three famous "scenic spots" in Japan. Matsushima is one of them. While there certainly are plenty of other areas in Japan which are just as gorgeous, Matsushima sure can hold its own. Why is that? I'll let Matsuo Basho tell you what's up:

Matsushima ah!
A-ah, Matsushima, ah!
Matsushima, ah!

Those were his exact words when the famous poet first laid eyes upon...

Tomita Farm

If you have never seen flower sea, you should definitely go Tomita Farm and have a look of it. They have three different flower sea. The biggest one is inside the Farm. There is a building where people can go and buy souvenir downstairs, and upstairs people can visit the  small lavender display room which displays different kinds of lavender and the history of the farm. 

Mt. Fuji

Climbing Mt. Fuji to see day break over Japan is a must do for those visiting Japan during the late summer months. A person that is relatively in good shape should not have a problem climbing this mountain and only takes about 1.5 days to do it.

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