Member Organization

  • Tsubame City & Yahiko Village

    Tsubame City & Yahiko Village

    Tsubame city, where is the production area of cutlery for the Nobel Banquet, has 400-year-history of craftsmanship. Why don’t you experience craftsmanship works by yourself in this craftsmen city?
    In Yahiko village, the very next village to Tsubame city, there is Yahiko Shrine. It’s been the best sacred power place in Niigata Prefecture. There is a hot spring area before the shrine gate so you can relax and stay here.
    Only 2-hour-Shinkansen-ride brings you from Tokyo to Tsubame and Yahiko area, which is worth a visit!

    URL:
    Tsubame Trip : https://tsubame-kankou.jp/en/
    ROMANTIC-YAHIKO : https://www.e-yahiko.com/english-welcome

    Tin sake cup making at Tsubame Industrial Materials Museum: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nClVy4lc9T4
    Introduction of Yahiko Village: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2lisqg_D9Y

  • Matsumoto

    Matsumoto

    Centered around the national treasure Matsumoto Castle, Matsumoto has thrived as a castle town for over 400 years. Located in Nagano Prefecture, the central part of Japan, the history and culture of Matsumoto have been nurtured in the area’s beautiful natural environment.

  • Kusatsu

    Kusatsu

    Kusatsu Onsen is considered to be one of Japan’s three great hot spring resorts.
    Thanks to Its location nestled in the mountains, visitors can experience nature all year round.
    Enjoy its great hot spring water and the nature in Kusatsu Onsen!

  • Yokohama

    Yokohama

    Yokohama is the first harbor city introduced to the world as the entrance to Japan. Since the time its port was opened, Yokohama has been vigorously acquiring new cultures and information from foreign countries and introducing to Japan our country’s first-time-ever things from food to a wide range of cultures, which entitles Yokohama as the birthplace of Japan’s modern culture.

  • Nara City Tourism Association

    Nara City Tourism Association

    Located in a city surrounded by abundant nature and steeped in history, Nara City Tourism Association is involved in a wide range of activities encouraging travel to the City of Nara as well as prosperity of the local tourism industry.
    We currently manage the tourist information centers in the city, several traditional festivals and events, tourism promotion, and original guided tours.

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