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Kansai

Osaka
Dotonbori
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Osaka
Osaka Castle
©JNTO
Osaka
Sakai Ryoribocho (Chef Knife)
©JNTO
Osaka
Kishiwada Danjiri Festival
©JNTO
Shiga
Hikone Castle
©JNTO
Shiga
Nagahama Glasswork
©JNTO
Shiga
Lake Biwa Valley
©JNTO
Hyogo
Himeji Castle
©JNTO
Hyogo
Mt. Maya
©JNTO
Hyogo
Awaji Puppet Theater
©JNTO
Nara
Heijo-kyu-seki (Remins of the Ancient Capital)
©JNTO
Nara
To-kae (Illuminate the Prayer in the Light of the Candle)
©JNTO
Nara
Chagayu (Tea Porridge)
©JNTO
Nara
Asukamura (Asuka Village)
©JNTO
Mie
Ise Shima
©JNTO
Mie
Ise Jingu Shrine
©JNTO
Mie
Iga-ryu Ninja Museum
©JNTO
Mie
Suzuka Circuit
©JNTO
Wakayama
Hashigui Rock
©JNTO
Wakayama
Koyasan
©JNTO
Wakayama
Kumano Kodo (Road)
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Located in the central western area of Honshu, the Kansai Region comprises the five prefectures Hyogo Prefecture, Nara Prefecture, Mie Prefecture, Shiga Prefecture, and Wakayama Prefecture, as well as the urban prefectures Osaka Prefecture and Kyoto Prefecture. The Kansai Region forms the core region of western Japan and is the country's largest urban and economic zone after the Kanto Region. Many historical buildings and landscapes have been preserved in the region.

Videos

Invest in Kansai

A story of an electronic materials supplier

Mie

Dignitaries visiting Kansai from overseas

Prime Minister of Viet Nam visits Osaka and Kansai

Osaka

Prime Minister of Sri Lanka visits Kobe

Hyogo

Prime Minister of India visits Kobe

Hyogo

President of Myanmar visits western Japan.

Hyogo

Kyoto

Shizuoka

Aichi

G20 Japan 2019 Host Cities

G20 Japan 2019: Osaka, Osaka Pref.

Osaka

Japan National Tourism Organization

Prefecture of Kansai