Japan is a country where precision meets tradition. Japan's insular character has allowed it to develop a very unique, intricate culture with an emphasis on inner balance, tranquility and natural beauty.
Popular destinations: Tokyo, Osaka and Iya Valley
The Kantō region of Japan, on the eastern side of the main island Honshu, is a broad plain dominated by and nearly synonymous with the megalopolis of Tokyo and its suburbs.
Popular destinations: Tokyo, Yokohama and Nikko
Chūbu is the central region of Japan's Honshu island. This area is located at the border between West Japan and East Japan, there are many high-altitude mountains such as Mount Fuji and the Japanese Alps.
Popular destinations: Nagoya, Hamamatsu and Kanazawa
Tōhoku is the northeastern region of Japan's Honshu island. Traditionally a poor rural backwater with a harsh climate, today's Tohoku offers the traveller some of the best scenery in Japan.
Popular destinations: Yurihonjo, Sendai and Aomori