The Kantō region of
, on the eastern side of the main island
, is a broad plain dominated by and nearly synonymous with the megalopolis of
and its suburbs.
Popular in Kanto
Tokyo is the enormous and wealthy capital of
, overflowing with culture, commerce and, most of all, people.
Located on the western coast of Tokyo Bay directly south of
, Yokohama is the second largest city in
and one of the cities most used to seeing foreigners.
Nikkō is a small town to the north of
, in Tochigi Prefecture. The first temple in Nikko was founded more than 1,200 years ago along the shores of the Daiya River.
Tokyo Metropolis, covers the city of
, a bulk of the plain of Kanto and a chain of islands extending thousands of kilometers south.
Kanagawa prefecture prefecture is located to the southwest of
. Kanagawa prefecture has the second largest population in Japan and its economic activity is much the same as Korea.
Tochigi is a prefecture in the Kanto region of
. Tochigi is a rural part of Japan with hot springs, mountains and plenty of hiking.
Chiba Prefecture is located directly east of
, and bordered by
Prefecture to the north.
Gunma is a prefecture in the Kanto region of
. Gunma is a rural part of Japan with hot springs, a safari park, and plenty of hiking.
Saitama prefecture is in the eastern Kanto region of the main
Tokyo Narita Airport
Tokyo Narita Airport is located in the city of
. Tokyo Narita Airport, located nearly 70 kilometers northeast of Tokyo, is Japan's largest international airport.
Ibaraki is a prefecture in the Kanto region of
. Opened in 2010, Ibaraki Airport is in the city of Omitama, near the center of the prefecture and 40 minutes away from
Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park
Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park straddles
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