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Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park 30


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Hakone 10

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  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

From Owaku-dani, the descent by gondola to Togendai on the shore of Lake Ashi takes 25 minutes. There's no reason to linger at Togendai;...


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South of Ito the coastal scenery is lovely—each sweep around a headland reveals another picturesque sight of a rocky, indented shoreline.

Atami Plum Garden

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The best time to visit the garden is in late January or early February, when its 850 trees bloom. If you do visit, also stop by the small...


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Running southwest from Shinko Pier to Kannai is Basha-michi, which literally translates into "Horse-Carriage Street." The street was...


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Once the largest Chinese settlement in Japan—and easily the city's most popular tourist attraction—Yokohama's Chinatown draws more...


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A subtemple of Rinno Temple, at Tosho-gu, the principal object of worship here is the Tachi-ki Kannon, a 17-foot-tall standing statue...

Cup Noodles Museum Yokohama

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At this hands-on museum, visitors can create their own original instant-ramen flavors and packaging, make fresh noodles by hand, and...

Edo Wonderland

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Edo Wonderland, a living-history theme park a short taxi ride from downtown, re-creates an 18th-century Japanese village. The complex...


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The largest of the Zen monasteries in Kamakura, Engaku-ji (Engaku Temple) was founded in 1282 and ranks second in the Five Mountains...


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In the feudal period, Japan acquired from China a belief in Enma, the lord of hell, who, with his court attendants, judged the souls...


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