“Laid-Back Camp” depicts the daily adventures of a group of high school girls enjoying the great outdoors. Actual campsites and scenic spots in Yamanashi, Shizuoka, and Nagano prefectures are the stage for many of their adventures, allowing readers to revel in the beautiful Japanese scenery along with them.
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At the “Tokiwaso Manga Museum” near Ikebukuro, visitors can get a glimpse into the lodgings where famous Japanese manga artists like Astro Boy’s Tezuka Osamu, Doraemon’s Fujiko F. Fujio
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Sapporo is a large city with the population of 1.95 million, yet blessed with a rich natural environment. The city is also the hub of tourism in Hokkaido where urban life and nature coexist in harmony.
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The Yokohama Doll Museum, for instance, is a wonderful sightseeing spot and a timeless place that brings together people of all ages.
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Iseshima is home to Ise, an area with Ise Jingu Shrine, Kashikojima, which is a base of sightseeing around Oku-Shima, Toba…
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A cycling course around the base of Mt. Fuji, the symbol of Japan, is commonly called “Fuji-ichi.”
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“Ohenro” (or “henro”) is a pilgrimage of 88 temples, which are associated with the famous priest Kukai (Kobo Daishi),…
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Hailed as the capital from 710 until 794 when the capital was transferred to Heiankyo (Kyoto),…
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Great cuisine and great sake are the draws of Niigata Prefecture and the Shonai area of Yamagata Prefecture.
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Located in Shiga Prefecture, Lake Biwa is the biggest lake in Japan. A cycling route around the lake, called “BIWAICHI,” has been selected as one of the National Cycle Routes.
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Located on the western side of the mainland, Hiroshima Prefecture shares borders with Okayama …
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In Japan, railway lines with a small passenger capacity are called “local railways.”
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