Celebrate the Last Days of Summer in Hiroshima… Outdoors!

August 24, 2017 by Jade Brischke

So the weather is cooling down (okay, seriously, who am I kidding?) but with the days still sunny and fine it’s the perfect time to catch the last of the summer activities in and around Hiroshima. Two such activities are river trekking (sometimes called river tracing) and forest adventure courses. Gonokawa Canoe Park Sakugi Gonokawa […]

Climbing Mount Fuji

June 14, 2017 by Ray Proper

Fuji season is upon us again!  The official climbing season for Fujisan, as it is known locally, is in July and August.  While it is possible to climb during other months, it is a much riskier proposition that should be attempted only by experienced, physically fit, and well prepared climbers.  In season however, climbing Fujisan […]

Welcome the Warmer Weather with 6 Natural Escapes in Kobe

March 27, 2017 by Justin Hanus

Situated between the sea and an impressive mountain range, Kobe boasts an array of stunning outdoor escapes located within and just beyond the bustling port city. Kobe might not be as massive an industrial and commercial center as some of its neighboring cities, but that doesn’t stop tourists and locals from flocking to its many […]

Parks and Green Areas in Aichi

September 7, 2016 by admin

Feeling the need to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city? Refer to the map below to discover some of the best places in Aichi to experience the great outdoors. You may even find that respite from the concrete jungle can be found in your own backyard! Image by Alpsdake (Own work) [CC […]

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