Okinawa is a Japanese prefecture comprising 150 islands in the East China Sea between Taiwan and Japan's mainland. It's known for its tropical climate, broad beaches and coral reefs, as well as its World War II sites. The busy capital of Naha and Churaumi Aquarium, home to whale sharks and manta rays, lie on the largest island (also named Okinawa).
Japan has distinctive change of seasons and the seasonal changes add more beauty to Hokkaido. Clean air,blue sky,colorful flowers,undulating hills and the majesty of the mountains...there is so much more and cannot all mention here! In the spring, all the flowers start to grow and the hibernating animals wake up and get ready to be active again. In the summer, Hokkaido is rather dry with low humidity, and the weather is usually very pleasant. In the autumn, while many delicious seasonal food becomes available, the breathtaking autumn colors mountains are seen . In the winter, white snow covers the ground as far as the eye can see. This is Hokkaido where such four seasonal differences are gathered in one place. Hokkaido has a lot more to offer to visitors than its scenery,you can also try various activities to communicate with nature! There is no other place like Hokkaido, where you can do sightseeing, eating, playing and your will be satisfied to the fullest!
Kyoto is the Hollywood of samurai movies so to speak, with many temples and shrines in the city being used for shooting movies and having a studio for Japanese period dramas. Moreover, the city is noted in connection with Kenji Mizoguchi, one of the greatest movie directors in Japan, who influenced filmmakers of the world including Godard with his works such as “Ugetsu”. Nobuyoshi Nishida, a movie and book producer who has worked on collections of the works of Kenji Mizoguchi will introduce sites such as a theme park, movie locations, and a temple associated with Mizoguchi that is registered as a World Heritage site that can be enjoyed by any Japanese period drama fan.