At this restaurant in Nagoya, you can have cake for lunch! And even if you're health-conscious, you can enjoy the cake, guilt-free. The cakes here are made with vegetables and are meant to enhance your beauty and health. Let's try a gorgeous salad cake for lunch while in Nagoya!
Shirakawa-go is a quiet mountain village and popular tourist destination all year round. It has its own unique culture for which it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995. For lovers of architecture, you can admire the greatest concentration of "kominka" (wooden, thatched roof houses) in Japan.
Is this a dream or what! Onsen and monkeys! What else can you possible ask for! In Nagano, you can take a trek in Snow Monkey Park, known in Japan as the Jikokudani Yaen Koen, and you will be surrounded by onsens and monkeys. I think this should be on your bucket list if it isn't already!
The cafe looks like a tree and is surrounded by windows to allow the customers to view the beautiful scenery of the Izu peninsula. What's more, you can have original sweets made by a famous patissier! This place is a must-go if you are in Atami.
Shizuoka Prefecture is one of Japan's national treasures for its beautiful nature and traditions in tea-making. It's also the home of the country's most revered mountain: Fuji-san. Shizuoka is not too far from Tokyo, so if you're traveling in Japan, you should definitely consider making Shizuoka an area to explore! Here are some places you must visit in Shizuoka.
Every January 15th, a Fire festival called Dousojin Matsuri is held in Nozawa Onsen, in the northern part of Nagano prefecture. Well known as one of the three major fire festivals of Japan, the powerful and beautiful fire with the atmosphere of the festival will surely overwhelm you.
Fuji Kawaguchiko Onsen is in Yamanashi and is famous for its beautiful flower parks, but most importantly its breathtaking view of Mount Fuji! It is a beautiful location for hiking as well. Fuji Kawaguchi Onsens are known for their healing properties and attract many tourists, as much local as international. It is known to be one of the most beautiful onsen spots in Japan, onsen lovers, this is a must-try!
Tokamachi snow festival is a snow festival held in Niigata Prefecture from February 4th in 1950. The main idea of this festival is to befriend snow and to enjoy it. This year, 2019, Tokamachi snow festival will be held from February 15th to 17th.