While Tokyo and Kyoto are by far the most popular cities for tourists to visit in Japan, there are many other exciting regions to explore. Our focus is on larger cities but as we expand we hope to add more attractions from across the country.  Here are reviews from a few tourist attractions from around Japan.

Aomori

Kanazawa

Tochigi

    Nikko Toshogu

Saitama

    Kawagoe

Kanagawa

    • Located just off the coast near Kamakura, Enoshima is a small island that offers good seafood and views of Mount Fuji but very limited wheelchair accessibility.

    Enoshima

    • To reach the start of the Hakone Round Course at Hakone-Yumoto Station, travelers take the Odakyu Line's Romance Car express train. As with the Shinkansen, a special seat is available for wheelchair users.

    Hakone

    Hakone Open-Air Museum

    • Tsuragaoka Hachimangu is a Kamakura defining landmark, and while it is mostly not wheelchair accessible, it is still worth seeing.

    Tsurugaoka Hachimangu

Aichi

Mie

    • Japans most sacred site, the Ise Grand Shrine, is located about 1.5 hours south of Nagoya and a beautiful place to visit.

    Ise Jingu

Osaka

Nagasaki

    Gunkanjima