Things to do in Chubu, Japan

Fujisan Museum
2015.11.29
It’s the best mountain in Japan! Let’s learn about Mt. Fuji at the Fujisan Museum in Yamanashi Prefecture. (MOVIE)
The museum where you can view beautiful Mt. Fuji. The city of Fuji Yoshida is well known for Mt. Fuji, one of the best mountains in the world. You ca
Daffodils
2015.11.19
3 million daffodils nodding in a field! The Tsumekisaki Daffodil Festival starts December 20th! 【Shizuoka Prefecture】
The festival is held from Sunday, December 20th 2015 to Wednesday, February 10th 2016. There is a wide variety of nature in Shimoda city, Shizuok
2015.11.13
Seeing Mt. Fuji from another locale can be much more interesting than climbing up! Mt. Shakushi in Yamanashi Prefecture.
Going to Mt. Shakushi from Tokyo! I went to Mt. Shakushi, famous for its beautiful scenery of Mt. Fuji, because I was reminiscing about the beautiful
mitsutouge
2015.10.24
I hiked up ”Mitsutouge”, where you can get a variety of views of Mt. Fuji!(Yamanashi Pref.)
Mitsutouge is the best observation platform. I hiked up “Mt. Mitsutouge, considered one of the best Japanese mountains for autumn foliage, and got a
A row boat
2015.10.20
Enjoy the slowest vehicle in Japan at “Suigo Meguri” in Omihachiman!
What’s the slowest vehicle in Japan? Suigo Meguri in Omihachiman There are 4 boarding points in the Omihachiman area and I was at Kitanoshocho.
Grape picking
2015.10.16
【AUTUMN】The season of harvest! From grape picking to visiting wineries, let’s enjoy all the benefits of grapes in Nagano!
Autumn has finally arrived! Some of you might think autumn foliage, but in fact, autumn is also the season of harvest! Rice, pumpkins, chestnuts, p
2015.10.07
(Oct 10-11th)A must-see event for Busho buffs! The Battle of Sekigahara festival will be held at Sekigahara, Gifu.
The most popular event in Sekigahara town, Gifu Prefecture is the Battle of Sekigahara festival! This event makes you feel as if you were back in time
【Shizuoka Oigawa Railway】 Thomas the Tank Engine & James the Red Engine that decided to run special trains in the Xmas season
2015.08.25
【Shizuoka Oigawa Railway】Thomas the Tank Engine & James the Red Engine that decided to run special trains in the Xmas season
2016 Summer [2016 Summer!!]Shizuoka Oigawa Railway will start accepting lottery-based ticket applications for Thomas the Tank Engine! (September 1
2015.08.18
A 10 min walk way from the top of Mt. Shiroumadake! Enjoy the best scenery around the ”Hakuba mountain villa”!
You can view the best scenery at Hakuba mountain villa! My son and I went up to Mt. Shiroumadake, which is popular among climbers. We were bless
The shop of Ootsu-e
2015.08.06
“Ootsu-e”, the folk art loved by travellers in Ootsu, Shiga Prefecture; Let’s go and buy one!
The folk art that was loved by travellers as souvenir Let me introduce this interesting shop that I found while walking by Biwa-ko Lake. There
2015.07.24
A one-day trip to Shizuoka’s hidden region. Vol. 3: Get smooth and moisturized skin at Bijo-dsukuri-no-yu, or the“bath for beauty!”
The purest onsen health resort in Japan After looking around the Sumatakyo promenade, let’s soak in a hot spring and refresh ourselves. The previ
2015.07.02
A one-day trip to Shizuoka’s hidden region. Vol.2: It’s a thrill to make a wish on the “Bridge of dreams”!
The last hidden region of Oigawa. Senzu station is the last stop on the SL and this is where you jump on the tram bound for Sumatakyo Onsen, whic
SL
2015.06.19
A one-day trip to Shizuoka’s hidden region. Vol.1: Time travel to the early Showa period on the SL locomotive!
The beginning of a Journey It takes 1 hour by train from Tokyo by taking the Hikari bullet train. Take the Tokaido Main line to Oigawa Railway to
2015.05.29
Refresh yourself at Ise Jinguu (Ise Grand Shrine)!
It has always been a dream destination for Japanese people. It has always been admired by Japanese people as a place where they hope to visit at leas
2015.05.15
An authentic rice planting ceremony will be held next to Mt.Fuji!
The season for planting rice has come! It’s already the season for planting rice in Japan. Already famously known, Japanese people live on rice and