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Apple picking by shinkansen at NTA Farm Nagano

Partners Information: Go for Apple-Picking by Shinkansen! – NTA Farm, Nagano September to November is the season to enjoy apple-picking in Japan! NTA Farm – one of the most tourist-friendly farms located in northern Nagano – is directly accessible from…...

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Hiking Mt Kurohime – Nagano Prefecture

Partners Information: This summer, hike up Mt Kurohime, a national park in Nagano Prefecture. Enjoy many kinds of flowers, a variety of forests, moss and high-rise wetlands along the mountain trail. See the Northern Alps and Mt Fuji from the summit of…...

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Moreing Karuizawa

Karuizawa is a mountain resort town in Nagano Prefecture. From Tokyo, it’s a 65 min one-way trip by Hakutaka Shinkansen or 75 mins if you take the slightly slower Asama Shinkansen (both are covered by the JR Pass). In winter, Karuizawa…...

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Cycling in Shinanomachi Nagano

Partners Information: Enjoy a leisurely cycle through the Japanese countryside and admire the beauty of national parkland. Shinanomachi, a rural town of northern Nagano prefecture, offers rental bicycles and lots of summer activities such as camping, hiking, and water sports. The varied cycling or…...

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Guide to Nagano, Kanazawa, Takayama and Shirakawago

Australian YouTuber Chloe Ting‘s guide to Nagano, Kanazawa, Takayama and Shirakawago Most people who have been to Japan have travelled through the main cities of Tokyo, Osaka, and Kyoto. If you’re looking for a more off-the-beaten-track experience, I would highly suggest…...

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Yayoi Kusama “All About My Love” in Matsumoto

Partners Information: The avant-garde artist Yayoi Kusama has been a leading light in the art scene worldwide for years now. Her messages of world peace and eternal love shine through her art works. Though she is perhaps most famous for her…...

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Walking the Nakasendo Road from Magome to Tsumago

The clang of brass bells is the Kiso Road’s soundtrack. On this trail, hikers are encouraged to rent a bell to scare off bears. The Kiso Road, or Kisoji, runs alongside Japan’s Central Alps. It’s been chronicled since 701AD, but…...

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Highway Bus from Tokyo to Central Honshu

Partners Information: Did you know that you can travel from Shinjuku in Tokyo to popular tourist destinations in the Central Honshu region by highway bus? These include Matsumoto, the Shinhotaka Ropeway, Hida Takayama and the UNESCO World Heritage site of…...

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Iiyama Cycling

Partners Information: Do you fancy cycling through the Japanese countryside against a beautiful backdrop of rice paddies and mountains? Look no further than Iiyama cycling. Iiyama Cycling On your next trip to Japan, visit Iiyama city in Nagano Prefecture. It’s less…...

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Nagano Transport App: Nagano Navi

Partners Information: Many travellers to Japan have expressed frustration that finding information on public transportation is quite difficult. In Nagano, it is sometimes necessary to travel by bus or taxi to one’s destination. While we have bus timetables and other public transportation…...

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Restaurant Kamakura Village in Iiyama Nagano

This coming winter, tuck into some delicious hot-pot in a toasty warm kamakura (snow hut), a unique experience to Iiyama City! Enjoy a special village light-up, only on weekends. Book early to secure your place. Schedule Jan.25 (Fri.) – Feb.28 (Thu)…...

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Serenity Now! Five places to escape the crowds in Japan

While Japan’s fast-paced cities are a veritable playground for travellers keen on bar-hopping, fine dining and vintage shopping, the quieter corners of Japan offer a peaceful getaway from Japan’s well-trodden urban centres and tourist hot spots. Here are some top…...

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Short Trips from Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka

JNTO Head Office has launched a new website highlighting short trips from Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka. The site provides model routes for one- and two-day trips. Foreigners living in Japan have selected their favourite places to visit and written up their…...

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Haneda Airport to Hakuba Direct Bus

A new direct bus to Hakuba from Haneda Airport starts this winter, from 17 Dec 2016 – 5 Mar 2017. Hakuba, one of the top favourite destinations for ski and snowboard fanatics from all over the world, is now within…...

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Snow Monkey Tour departing Tokyo

Jigokudani Onsen is the only hot spring in the world where monkeys are allowed to enter. During warm days the monkeys spend their time foraging nearby and in winter, they climb down the mountain and into the hot spring. This winter,…...

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