Japan’s Regional Charm
The Japanese archipelago extends approximately 1,860 miles or 3,000 km from the northern tip of Hokkaido to the southernmost Okinawa, giving the country a wide range of climates, from the subarctic to the tropical. The rich combination of varieties of climates and terrains has nurtured diverse natural spender in each region.
This diversity has also given rise to unique histories, traditions and cultures that are deeply rooted in each region. In recent years, these distinctive regional features have also gained recognition abroad, attracting foreign visitors. Furthermore, overseas investors are eyeing on the competitive edge and business advantages that each region has fostered.
This site showcases the various wonders of Japan’s regions through articles and videos. We hope you will find one that catches your eye!