West Japan? Best Japan! Kansai, Chugoku, Shikoku, and Kyushu

West Japan? Best Japan! Kansai, Chugoku, Shikoku, and Kyushu

FREEPLUS Staff |

As a tour company based in Kansai, in the west region of Japan, we hope to showcase its cultural and natural wonders through our tours. Here are the 4 areas of west Japan.

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Kansai Area

Our pride, our home base. A cultural kaleidoscope awaits in Kansai, where the vibrant cities of Kyoto, Osaka, and Nara serve as living testaments to Japan's rich heritage. Kyoto's timeless beauty unfolds in its countless temples, traditional tea houses, and picturesque gardens, while Osaka's bustling streets and renowned cuisine showcase the city's energetic spirit. Nara's majestic deer park and ancient temples transport visitors back in time, offering glimpses of Japan's imperial past. Kansai promises an unforgettable journey through Japan's past and present. Easily access this through Kansai's very own Kansai International Airport. Fun awaits a train-ride away.

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Chugoku Area

Nestled between the Sea of Japan and the Seto Inland Sea, the Chugoku area boasts a wealth of cultural treasures and breathtaking scenery. Hiroshima's resilient spirit and the peace memorial stand as poignant reminders of the city's past, while the serene beauty of Miyajima Island's floating torii gate captivates visitors. The Chugoku area offers an immersive journey through Japan's history and natural wonders. Access this area via Fukuoka International Airport or Kansai international Airport.

Shikoku Area

Embrace the tranquility of Japan's smallest main island, Shikoku, where ancient pilgrimage trails wind through misty mountains and idyllic countryside. The 88 Temple Pilgrimage is a spiritual odyssey revered by pilgrims for centuries, offering a profound connection to nature and self-discovery. Don't miss the chance to sample Shikoku's renowned udon noodles and fresh seafood, or to explore the rugged beauty of the Iya Valley's vine bridges and hidden hot springs. This area is best accessed through Kansai International Airport. 

Kyushu Area 

With its vast  landscapes, volcanic hot springs, and vibrant culture, Kyushu invites adventurers and history enthusiasts alike. From the iconic active volcano Mount Aso to the historic samurai city of Kumamoto, Kyushu offers a blend of natural wonders and rich heritage. Be sure to indulge in local delicacies like Hakata ramen and Kagoshima black pork while exploring this dynamic region. Get into the region easily from Fukuoka International Airport!

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