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Tourists flock to Miyazaki for its splendid beaches, many shopping opportunities and natural scenery.
Aomori's attractions include ancient ruins over 4,000 years old and an annual cherry blossom festival.
A city rich in
culture, with many festivals held throughout the year.
Located between a picturesque bay and stunning mountains, with many natural hot springs.
A large and buzzing city known for its spectacular natural scenery and its cultural attractions.
A bustling city where you can sample local cuisine, enjoy many shopping experiences and visit museums.
Incheon is home to a diverse line-up of attractions and close to the sprawling city of Seoul.
A remote island city that has been influenced by several different cultures.
Best known for its sushi and seafood and the nearby Mount Hakodate, which offers stunning views of the city.
Home to the scenic Peace Memorial Park, which memorialises the victims of the atomic bomb atrocity.
A vast metropolis known for its extensive collection of top-quality attractions catering to all tastes.
A thriving city whose many hot springs heated by the might Sakurajima Volcano, located across the bay.
A secluded island famed for its spectacular volcanic and mountainous landscapes and its unique culture.
A bustling city home to many ancient and modern attractions, including some of Japan's oldest hot springs.
This thriving city is home to Kochi Castle, an impressive 17th century castle that the city grew around.
Home to a variety of attractions, including Kumamoto Castle, one of the largest castles in Japan.
A city rich in heritage, home to Japan's oldest stone arch bridge and many historic temples and monuments.
A diverse city best known for its ruined monuments from the Ryukyu Kingdom that are a World Heritage Site.
A lively city with many tourist attractions, including scenic parks, art galleries and a fisherman's wharf.
An island boasting beautiful beaches, historical sites and some of the world’s most renowned diving spots.
A culinary haven home to some of Japan's finest restaurants, as well as the popular Universal Studios Japan.
A scenic city to many unique attractions including a series of bronze statues and a large wooden lighthouse.
A traditional town with oil lamps for street lights. Near Mount Tengu-yama, a popular ski resort in winter.
One of Shizuoka's three wards, rich in culture and home to lively festivals and delicious cuisine.
A large industrial city rich in culture, with many events and festivals throughout the year.