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Located in Tohoku region, Miyagi faces the Pacific Ocean in the east, high mountains in the west, connected by continuous rice paddies. Along with “Matshushima”, the picturesque pine islands of 260, which was ranked at three stars by “Michelin Green Guide Japon” of France, Miyagi offers more than just a slice of nature.
Gunma Prefecture is located right at the center of the Japanese islands. Not only is Gunma blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, such as famous mountains including Jomo-Sanzan (three famous mountains in Gunma: Akagi, Haruna and Myogi), Mt. Asama and Mt. Tanigawa and Oze national park, but it also has cites where holds history of flourishing culture. It is also at an excellent location to be a strategic spot for transportation.
Todaiji Temple, the Great Buddha and the scores of wild deer that roam Nara Park are well-established symbols of Nara and attract many visitors to the area. They represent the region’s long history and rich heritage, but amount to just a small selection of the spectacular sights and experiences on offer. The roots of Japan, Nara is a diverse destination, spiritually important and abound in nature. It is the perfect setting for a truly unique Japanese experience. [https://www.visitnara.jp/]
Miyazaki Prefecture is located on the eastern coast of the island of Kyushu, surrounded by the Pacific Ocean to the south and east. 12% of the total land area of the prefecture is designated as Natural Parks.