Although I had come to Iki Island to know the origin of Japanese history, I could not neglect the beauty of nature.
Iki Island’s got that small island charm but it never really feels overly touristy or crowded.
Tsushima Island has prospered commercially as a trading hub and I wanted to visit it to better understand how it became such an important entrance point.
Tsushima is the nearest island to both the Eurasian continent and Korean Peninsula and here cultural exchanges are flourishing.
Tsushima is the nearest island to the Eurasian continent and the Korean Peninsula where cultural exchange flourished.
Nagano City developed as a temple city and now it has become the most popular city of a good balance of nature and city-life.
Atami is home to some stunning examples of modern art and architectures.
I visited the Egawa House, combining a visit to Shuzenji Temple in a one day trip.
We visited Yamaguchi Prefecture to see real locations of a “Our Map Trip” picture book which I have loved to read to my kids over many years.
The Akiyoshido Limestone Cave creates a unique viewing opportunity and adventurous experience.