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Sendai City

Region Miyagi Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.sentabi.jp/1000/10000000.html

Sapporo City

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.welcome.city.sapporo.jp/english/index.html

Aichi Prefecture

Region Aichi Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.aichi-kanko.jp/j-heartland/

Toyama Prefecture

Region Toyama Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.info-toyama.com/english/index.html
From the international alpine sightseeing route, “Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route” which goes through Northern Japan Alps to the UNESCO World Heritage site: “The Historic Village of Gokayama-Traditional Houses in the Gassho Style” and the unexplored region “Kurobe Gorge”… Toyama is full with various kinds of attractive sightseeing spots.<br/>Welcome to Toyama, where traditional arts and history are still fully alive.

Tottori Nashino Hana Onsenkyo Area Tourism Association

Region Tottori Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.nashinohana.com/en/
Welcome to the mysterious and pristine Central Tottori area. Come and experience stunning nature, famous hot springs, fresh food, and traditional culture in the least populated prefecture in Japan.

Chuo City

Region Kanto Region
URL http://www.chuo-kanko.or.jp/
Visit Ginza, Nihonbashi, Tsukiji, Tsukishima, Ningyoucyo where “Edo” spirit (400 years ago) still exists

Himeji City

Region Hyogo Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.himeji-kanko.jp/en/

Niseko Town

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.niseko-ta.jp/en/
Niseko, boasts 4 distinct seasons, unsurpassed skiing, bountiful fresh produce, mineral water, endless selection of accomodation, restaurants, world class outdoor activities, rafting, canoeing, fishing, Niseko, a sensational all season getaway!

Niigata Prefecture

Region Niigata Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://enjoyniigata.com/english/

Kyoto City

Region Kyoto Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.kyoto.travel/
Kyoto City opened its first official tourism website, the "Kyoto Official Travel Guide." The site features a wide range of information intended to showcase the many charms of the city to those aboard

Kochi Prefecture

Region Kochi Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://www.attaka.or.jp/

Matsumoto City

Region Nagano Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://welcome.city.matsumoto.nagano.jp/

Yamanashi Prefecture

Region Yamanashi Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.yamanashi-kankou.jp/english/index.html
Yamanashi is a very beautiful area blessed with abundant natural resources such as Mt. Fuji, Yatsugatake and others. Moreover, it boasts the largest production output of grapes, peaches, and plums in the country, and proudly holds its place as the Japan’s “Kingdom of fruits”. Yamanashi is also well-known as the largest production of jewelries and wines in Japan, and high-quality hot spring which have brought a great amount of visitors to Yamanashi every year.

Shizuoka Prefecture

Region Shizuoka Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.shizuoka-guide.com/english/index.html

Fukushima Prefecture

Region Fukushima Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.tif.ne.jp/lang/en/index.html

Akita Prefecture

Region Akita Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.akitafan.com/en/index.html
Akita, a part of Tohoku region, is a special place where magnificent nature and warm local dishes refresh you.
There are countless tourist attractions in Akita, including old samurai residences in Kakunodate, Lake Tazawa, which is the deepest lake in Japan, World Heritage Site Shirakami-Sanchi, Oga Peninsula, Nyuto Hot Spring Resort, Kanto Festival and Kamakura (Snow Hut).
Would you like to have your own memorable trip to Akita?

Tochigi Prefecture

Region Tochigi Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.tochigiji.or.jp/en-index.html

Yokohama City

Region Kanagawa Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.welcome.city.yokohama.jp/eng/travel/

Kanagwa Prefecture

Region Kanagawa Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://kanagawa-travel-info.com/english/

Shiga Prefecture

Region Shiga Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://en.biwako-visitors.jp/

Gunma Prefecture

Region Gunma Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.visitgunma.jp/en/
Email visit-gunma@pref.gunma.lg.jp
Introduction to such things as Gunma's hot springs and specialty products. Lots of useful infomaition!

Kusatsu town

Region Gunma Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.kusatsu-onsen.ne.jp/foreign/index.html
Japan's most beloved Onsen

Sakai City

Region Osaka Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.sakai-tcb.or.jp/english/
Located in the greater metropolitan area of Osaka nearby Kansai Int’l Airport, the city of Sakai is home to the ancient, World Heritage-hopeful Mozu Kofungun burial mounds, countless temples and shrines, tea ceremony culture, and traditional manufacturers making blades, incense, bicycles and more. Visit the Sakai Tourism Guide site for more information about what you can discover in this culturally and historically rich city.

Kagoshima City

Region Kagoshima Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.city.kagoshima.lg.jp/gaikokugo/english/index.html

Kyoto Prefecture

Region Kyoto Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.pref.kyoto.jp/visitkyoto/en/
Kyoto possesses over a thousand years worth of history as the former capital of Japan. It is the place where the hearts of the Japanese people belong, where tradition and culture are reared, and continues to fascinate people from all corners of the globe even today. Those that visit Kyoto will be greeted by 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites consisting of shrines and temples, traditional arts and crafts that have been practiced for many years, Kyoto cuisine, and four distinct seasons featuring cherry blossoms and maple leaves.

Kobe City

Region Hyogo Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.feel-kobe.jp/_en/
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Kobe City!

Hamamatsu City

Region Shizuoka Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://hamamatsu-daisuki.net/lan/en/

Okayama City

Region Okayama Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://okayama-kanko.net/sightseeing/index.php?lg=en

Kumamoto Prefecture

Region Kumamoto Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://kumanago.jp/en/

Tokushima Prefecture

Region Tokushima Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://www.awanavi.jp/english/

Mino City

Region Gifu Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.mino-city.jp/

Niigata City

Region Niigata Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.nvcb.or.jp/en/

Nagoya City

Region Aichi Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.ncvb.or.jp/en/contents/

Hakodate City

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.hakobura.jp/english/index.html

Ota District

Region Tokyo Met. Kanto Region
URL http://o-2.jp/english/index.html
Email kanko@city.ota.tokyo.jp

Takamatsu City

Region Kagawa Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://arttakamatsu2.ashita-sanuki.jp/

Miyazaki Prefecture

Region Miyazaki Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.kanko-miyazaki.jp/english/index.html

Hiroshima City

Region Hiroshima Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.hiroshima-navi.or.jp/en/

Fukui Prefecture

Region Fukui Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.fuku-e.com/lang/english/

Iwate Prefecture

Region Iwate Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.japan-iwate.info/

Saga Prefecture

Region Saga Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.asobo-saga.jp/lang/english/

Kurashiki City

Region Okayama Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.kurashiki-tabi.jp/for/en/
Email kankou@city.kurashiki.okayama.jp
Kurashiki City is the second most populous city in Okayama prefecture with nearly 470,000 inhabitants. The Kurashiki Bikan Historical Quarter retains to this day what once served as warehouses or residences of the then wealthy merchants.This area is also endowed with cultural facilities such as museums in which Ohara Museum of Art excels. The Seto Ohashi Bridge, one of the largest for road and rail traffic in the world, connecting Honshu and Shikoku is another spot worth visiting.

Zao Tourism Association

Region Yamagata Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.zao-spa.or.jp/english/index.html

Oita Prefecture

Region Oita Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.visit-oita.jp/index.e.html

Yamanouchi Town

Region Nagano Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.info-yamanouchi.net/english/

Karuizawa Town

Region Nagano Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.town.karuizawa.nagano.jp/html/English/top.html

Naruko Spa Tourist Association

Region Miyagi Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://en.naruko.gr.jp/

Chiba Prefecture

Region Chiba Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.chiba-tour.jp/index.html

Nara City

Region Nara Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://narashikanko.jp/en/index.html

Tourism Commission of Hakuba

Region Nagano Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://vill.hakuba.nagano.jp/english/index.html

Tsukuba City

Region Ibaraki Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.tsukubainfo.jp/

Chitose Tourist Association

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.1000sai-chitose.or.jp/english/index.htm
Email senter@1000sai-chitose.or.jp

Tokyo

Region Tokyo Met. Kanto Region
URL http://www.gotokyo.org/en/index.html

Toyama City

Region Toyama Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://visit-toyama.com/en/

Kagawa Prefecture

Region Kagawa Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://www.my-kagawa.jp/eg/

Hokkaido

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://en.visit-hokkaido.jp/

Okayama Prefecture

Region Okayama Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.okayama-japan.jp/en/

Kagoshima Prefecture

Region Kagoshima Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.kagoshima-kankou.com/for/

Gifu Prefecture

Region Gifu Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://travel.kankou-gifu.jp/en/
Gifu Prefecture is a land teeming with life, lush nature, and tradition. In many ways the Center of Japan, Gifu is home to Gero, one of Japan’s three most famous hot springs; Hida Takayama, a mesmerizing old town whose festival is counted among Japan’s three most beautiful; and World Heritage Site shirakawa-go, a picturesque village nestled in the mountains that looks like it came right out of a fairy tale. These and much more make Gifu a must-see destination on your journey to Japan!

Wakayama Prefecture

Region Wakayama Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.wakayama-kanko.or.jp/world/english/index.html
Many unique characteristics of Japan exist in Wakayama Prefecture. The World Heritage and Shrines & Temples generate historical atmosphere of Japan. Also, hot springs (Onsen) blessed with nature and tasty cuisine are set for you..

Matsuyama City

Region Ehime Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://www.city.matsuyama.ehime.jp/lang/en/sightseeing/

Nagano Prefecture

Region Nagano Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.go-nagano.net/
Located in the near-centre of Japan and embraced by 3000m mountain peaks, Nagano Prefecture is known as the “Roof of Japan.” Nagano is blessed with many tourist attractions such as superb ski resorts including those having served as the stage for the 1998 Olympic Winter Games, and boasts numerous hot spring resorts (onsen) to relax in. Nagano is also home to a rich culture of food such as buckwheat noodles (soba), apples, highland vegetables and wine, which are greatly enjoyed and attract many people across Japan.

Taito District

Region Tokyo Met. Kanto Region
URL http://www.city.taito.lg.jp/index/bunka_kanko/index.html

Iiyama City, Nagano

Region Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.iiyama-ouendan.net/en/
Email info@iiyama-ouendan.net
Iiyama City is one of the snowiest areas in Japan. In winter, try skiing, snowboarding, or snowshoeing at one of the city’s ski resorts. Lucky visitors can also enjoy homemade nabe (hot pot) inside a kamakura igloo, a tradition unique to Japan’s snow country. After winter snows melt, the Shinetsu Trail promises 80 kilometers of great hiking and scenic views. Iiyama’s natural surroundings are gorgeous in every season – come visit to see for yourself!

Mie Prefecture

Region Mie Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://tourismmiejapan.com/
Mie Prefecture is situated almost at the center of the Japanese archipelago on the Pacific Ocean side, and is part of the economic spheres of both Nagoya and Osaka.

Saitama Prefecture

Region Saitama Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.sainokuni-kanko.jp/eng/
Saitama is full of places to explore, and all of it is only a short trip from Tokyo.
From exciting surprises to touching experiences, here is just some of what you'll find waiting for you.

Kanazawa City

Region Ishikawa Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.kanazawa-tourism.com/

Miyazaki City

Region Miyazaki Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.city.miyazaki.miyazaki.jp/gyousei/html/univ/en/index.html

Hatsukaichi City

Region Hiroshima Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://visit-miyajima-japan.com/flash/english/welcome.html

Okinawa Prefecture

Region Okinawa Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.okinawastory.jp/en/

Tottori Prefecture

Region Tottori Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://yokoso.pref.tottori.jp/

Miyagi Prefecture

Region Miyagi Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://www.pref.miyagi.jp/kankou/EN/index.htm

Hiroshima Prefecture

Region Hiroshima Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.kankou.pref.hiroshima.jp/foreign/english/index.html

Tottori City

Region Tottori Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.torican.jp/en/

Hyogo Prefecture

Region Hyogo Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.hyogo-tourism.jp/english/index.php

Shimane Prefecture

Region Shimane Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.kankou-shimane.com/en/

Nagasaki Prefecture

Region Nagasaki Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.visit-nagasaki.com
Welcome to Nagasaki - a place of endless discovery.
Discover one of Japan's most intriguing and attractive tourist destinations, Nagasaki.
Find out where to visit, what to see, what to eat, the best places to stay, the top events and much more.
Nagasaki is a treasure-trove of nature, culture and history.
Navigators visiting Japan long ago discovered the treasures of Nagasaki.
What treasure will you discover in Nagasaki Prefecture?

Nara Prefecture

Region Nara Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.pref.nara.jp/dd_aspx_itemid-79931.htm#itemid79931
Email iad-nara@mahoroba.ne.jp
Nara has three World Heritage Sites, the largest number among 47 prefectures in Japan. It is 80 minutes from Kansai International Airport by a shuttle bus, making it a convenient location to reach. In the year 710, the first full-fledged state capital was built in Nara. Nurtured in a history of over 1300 years, Nara contains many Buddhist arts and architecture representing Japan. In Nara Park, more than 1,000 deer welcome tourists.

Yamaguchi Prefecture

Region Yamaguchi Prefecture Chugoku Region
URL http://www.visit-jy.com/english/

Ehime Prefecture

Region Ehime Prefecture Shikoku Region
URL http://www.pref.ehime.jp/izanai/english/index.htm

Takayama City

Region Gifu Prefecture Chubu / Tokai Region
URL http://www.hida.jp/english/

Hikone City

Region Shiga Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.hikoneshi.com/en/

Aomori Prefecture

Region Aomori Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://en.aptinet.jp/
Aomori is the northernmost prefecture on the main island of Japan and is blessed with diverse culture and magnificent nature, including the Shirakami Sanchi, Sannai-Maruyama World Heritage Site from the Jomon Period, Hirosaki Park, famous as scenic spot for cherry blossoms, and other beautiful spots such as Lake Towada, Hakkoda Mountain, and Hotokegaura.

Nanae town

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.town.nanae.hokkaido.jp/english/default.htm

Fukuoka Prefecture

Region Fukuoka Prefecture Kyushu / Okinawa Region
URL http://www.crossroadfukuoka.jp/en/

Toyooka City

Region Hyogo Prefecture Kansai Region
URL http://www.kinosaki-hotsprings.com/index.html

Ishikawa Prefecture

Region Ishikawa Prefecture Hokuriku Region
URL http://www.hot-ishikawa.jp/f-lang/english/index.html

Ibaraki Prefecture

Region Ibaraki Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.ibarakiguide.jp/en/

Yamagata Prefecture

Region Yamagata Prefecture Tohoku Region
URL http://yamagatakanko.com.e.db.hp.transer.com/

Nikko City

Region Tochigi Prefecture Kanto Region
URL http://www.city.nikko.lg.jp/foreign/index.html

Noboribetsu City

Region Hokkaido Prefecture Hokkaido
URL http://www.noboribetsu-spa.jp/eng/
Noboribetsu Onsen is proud of its ten thousand tons of hot water springing out everyday and its nine different kinds of spring water. The symbol of the town is demons came from the hell because of the name of Hell Valley which is a noted place in Noboribetsu.