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Kanto - Japan’s Regional Charm

Ibaraki
Kairaku-en Garden
©JNTO
Ibaraki
Hitachi Seaside Park
©JNTO
Ibaraki
Aqua World Ibaraki Prefectural Oarai Aquarium
©JNTO
Tochigi
Nikko Toshogu Shrine
©JNTO
Tochigi
Oya History Museum
©JNTO
Tochigi
Strawberry Tochiotome
©Itigonosato / ©JNTO
Gunma
Tasaki Daruma Doll
©JNTO
Gunma
Oze National Park
©JNTO
Gunma
Kusatsu Onsen
©JNTO
Saitama
Soka Senbei (Rice Cracker)
©JNTO
Saitama
Hikawa-jinja Shrine
©JNTO
Saitama
Chichibu Railway
©JNTO
Chiba
Shinsho-ji Temple
©JNTO
Chiba
Museum of Aeronautical Sciences
©JNTO
Chiba
Umihotaru (The Top or Surface of Sea Water Parking Area)
©JNTO
Kanagawa
Cup Noodle Museum
©JNTO
Kanagawa
Fujiko_F_Fujio Museum
©JNTO
Kanagawa
Yokohama China Town
©JNTO

The Kanto Region is located in the eastern part of Honshu, the main island of Japan. It comprises the Tokyo Metropolis and the six prefectures Ibaraki Prefecture, Tochigi Prefecture, Gunma Prefecture, Saitama Prefecture, Chiba Prefecture, and Kanagawa Prefecture. Home to Japan’s capital city of Tokyo and inhabited by about 40 million people, or a third of the nation's population, the Kanto Region is the political and economic center of the country.

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