Mt. Fuji is the icon of Japan, and it is no surprise; it is an awe-inspiring view.
This national treasure standing at the gateway to the Alps, serves as an icon of the past.
Shiga Kogen is a ride through the Alps, with seemingly endless winding roads.
The name, meaning “white bay”, comes from the crescent-shaped, white sand beach.
This UNESCO world heritage site has over 100 thatched-roof houses in the village.
A historic town, with a rich history with merchants and the bi annual Takayama festival.
A historic town that once connected Tokyo to Kyoto, now a testament to the Edo period.