Malaysia lockdown of all country activities from 18 – 31 March 2020

Malaysia Prime Minister Muhyidin Yassin has ordered a partial lockdown of all public activities in the country from Wednesday March 18 Until March 31.

Have You Heard Of Splendors In Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan

Ishikawa Prefecture (石川県, Ishikawa-ken) is located on the coast of the Sea of Japan in the Chubu Region. Ishikawa's capital and largest tourist attraction is Kanazawa, best known for Kenrokuen Garden (One of the most beautiful gardens in Japan).

Home To Many Famous Onsen – Yamanashi Prefecture

When visiting Yamanashi Pref. to see Mt. Fuji or to have a fruit picking experience, you should also stop by a hot spring to relax because Yamanashi is home to many famous hot springs! Even if you don’t have time to stay there over night, some of them are open for daytime visitors, too. Enjoy and relax!!

Jigokudani Monkey Park – Nagano Prefecture

Jigokudani Monkey Park is located in Yamanouchi, Nagano Prefecture, Japan. It is part of the Joshinetsu Kogen National Park (locally known as Shigakogen), and is located in the valley of the Yokoyu-River, in the northern part of the prefecture. The name Jigokudani, meaning "Hell's Valley", is due to the steam and boiling water that bubbles out of small crevices in the frozen ground, surrounded by steep cliffs and formidably cold and hostile forests.

Ukai or cormorant fishing in Nagara River – Gifu Prefecture

Gifu is famous for Ukai or cormorant fishing. Japanese fishermen have been practicing ukai for over one thousand years, but today it is rare. The Nagaragawa River in Gifu is one of the few places where the cormorant fishing tradition has been preserved. Ukai is performed every night from May 11th to October 15th, except on days of high water and on the night of the Harvest Moon in autumn.

Enjoying Green Tea Aromatic in Greenpia Makinohara

Green tea is a very important product in Shizuoka Prefecture. Shizuoka accounts for 40% of total tea production in Japan, and the region aims to capitalize on this dominance by conducting recent research on green tea benefits. The Shizuoka climate, along with its water quality and proximity to major ports, has established its status as the main region of green tea production. In addition, Shizuoka's green tea comes in a variety of different varieties, giving it a significant flexibility.

The Famous Cuisines – Hyogo Prefecture

Hyogo, is a huge area that borders Okayama in the south, Tottori in the west, and both Osaka and Kyoto to the northeast. Such a wide area, as one would expect, gives way to a huge variety of cooking ideas and influences. Here are the Top 3 local dishes that put Hyogo on the map.

Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan – Osaka Prefecture

Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan is located in Tempozan Harbor Village which is close by Osaka Bay. It is one of the world’s largest aquariums, and certainly the most impressive aquarium in Japan. Because the Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan is so big, you should give yourself at least two hours to walk through the many marine habitats that house charismatic animals like manta rays, otters, penguins and sharks!

Aomori Prefecture : Explore The Nebuta Matsuri Parade Japan (Festival)

Aomori Prefecture (青森県, Aomori-ken) ,is a prefecture in the northern part of Japan’s main island of Honshu. Prefectural capital is Aomori City. This port town used to be the main departure point to Hokkaido via ferry; and, although it remains the main port for car ferries, the opening of the Seikan Undersea Railway Tunnel and the advent of cheap flights have reduced ridership and many travelers now bypass the city altogether. Today Aomori is best known for its spectacular Nebuta Matsuri summer festival.

Travel Japan let’s be a foodie in Hokkaido

Hokkaido (北海道) is an island at Japan's northern extremity, surrounded by sea in all directions. The northern island of Hokkaido in Japan also is known for its variety of fresh seafood and agricultural produce– and is therefore known as the “Kingdom of Food”. When visited Hokkaido, the one thing you need to know and had to do is eat, eat and eat! From a variety of popular local favourites like Ramen and Ice-cream, to its freshly-caught bounty of Crabs, Fish and Sea Urchins; was spoiled for choice.

Eastern Hokkaido Tourism

Hokkaido takes up 22.1% of land in Japan. Eastern Hokkaido covers approximately 45% of land in Hokkaido. It’s an amazingly diverse climate in Eastern Hokkaido that brings new experiences with every season.

The Strawberry Kingdom – Tochigi Prefecture, Japan

Tochigi Prefecture (栃木県, Tochigi-ken) is a prefecture located in the Kantō region of Japan. The capital is the city of Utsunomiya. Nikkō. The cedar-filled park contains volcanic Mt. Nantai and the adjacent Lake Chūzenji, formed when the mountain erupted. At the lake’s east end are the picturesque, 97-meter Kegon Falls. The city of Nikko, in western Tochigi, is home to Tōshō-gū, an elaborate gold-encrusted shrine honoring the first shogun military dictator.

Experience Gunma Prefecture, Japan

Gunma Prefecture (群馬県, Gunma-ken) is a prefecture of Japan located in the Kantō region. Its capital is Maebashi. It's also known for its hot springs (onsen) and ski areas. The small town of Kusatsu has more than 100 hot springs, most famously Yubatake, a large pool fed by steaming mineral water gushing down a wooden chute. Set 1,200 meters above sea level, Kusatsu also has skiing and hiking trails.

Okayama Prefecture: Home of the Japanese Folk Hero, Momotaro (Peach Boy)

Okayama city is best known for its white peaches and for… Peach Boy - Momotaro (momo means peach and taro is a common Japanese name), the main character of a well-known Japanese legend. It is said that the story has its origins right here in Okayama and the island described is Megijima.

✨ 10 Things to do in Hiroshima Prefecture✨

✨ 10 Things to do in Hiroshima ✨ Must experience when you traveling here. 1. Visit Miyajima island (and the Itsukushima Shrine) 2. Eat Momiji Manju – sweet bean paste-filled maple-leaf-shaped cake~ A yummy delicacy that is famous as a souvenir as well! 3. Pet deer around Miyajima 4. Visit the Hiroshima Memorial Museum 5. Visit Okunoshima / Rabbit Island 6. Eat Hiroshima-style Okonomiyaki 7. Visit Hiroshima Memorial Peace Park 8. Visit Shukkei-en, is a historic Japanese garden 9. Visit the Hiroshima Pokémon Center 10. Visit Mitaki Dera Temple

What is Kansai Area Pass? One ticket for Holiday to Japan adventure in Kansai Area!

Kansai Area Pass can be used as a transportation pass on the most popular tourist destinations in Japan, such as Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, kobe, Himeji and Wakayama!