Ibaraki GuideIbaraki is a prefecture in the Kanto region of Japan. Opened in 2010, Ibaraki Airport is in the city of Omitama, near the center of the prefecture and 40 minutes away from Mito by bus. HotelsFind hotels in Tsukuba, Mito, Tsuchiura and more, including Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tsukuba, Hotel Route Inn Mitokenchomae, Tsukubasan Edoya Ryokan Hotel, Aokiya, Hotel Marroad Tsukuba, Hotel Alpha The Tsuchiura and Toyoko Inn Tsuchiuraeki Higashiguchi. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Ibaraki including Ishioka Station, Hatori Station, 石岡郵便局, ダチョウ王国石岡ファーム, 常陸風土記の丘, サミットゴルフクラブ and 太平洋クラブ＆アソシエイツ美野里コース. RestaurantsDiscover restaurants around Ibaraki including 常陸風土記の丘, はま寿司石岡店, キャトル・セゾン, 海鮮居酒屋 はなの舞 石岡店, 回転寿司かねき石岡店テイクアウト, ステーキ・ハンバーグ＆サラダバーけん石岡店 and 魚とめ.
Popular in IbarakiMitoMito is the capital of Ibaraki prefecture, Kanto region, Japan. It is located in the center of Ibaraki.
In IbarakiTsukubaTsukuba is in Ibaraki, to the north of Tokyo, Japan. Tsukuba is a modern city built around the University of Tsukuba — one of the most respected public universities in Japan and home to two Nobel Prize winners and a cyclotron. TsuchiuraTsuchiura is a city, located in the southern part of Ibaraki Prefecture. Tsuchiura faces Lake Kasumigaura, the second largest lake in Japan.
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