It takes 120 minutes from Tokyo! Let's go to the Hitachi Seaside Park and viewing blooming 32,000 of flowers!
Summer cypress dramatically turn to crimson and beautiful Cosmoses.
Home to the largest varieties of sharks in Japan! Meet over 580 different species of sea life in 9 different zones at one of the best aquariums in all Japan!
Ibaraki / Zoos & Aquariums / Aquarium
Fascinating Falls with different seasonal views in each visit.
Ibaraki / Nature Spots / One of Japan's Three Great Waterfalls
The second-largest lake in Japan. In the magnificent scenery with Kasumigaura and Mt.Tsukuba, you can enjoy lakeside cycling.
Ibaraki / Nature Spots / Lake, Lake activity, and Cycling
One of Japan’s three famous gardens. The 32-acre garden that incorporates natural scenic beauty has many spots that reflect the original designs.
Ibaraki / Parks & Gardens / Japanese garden
Enjoy Seasonal Flowers and Amusement Park Attractions at This Park
Ibaraki / Parks & Gardens / Park
Japanese people enjoy several continuous days of holiday between late April and early May, which are called the Golden Week in Japan. Then various regions of Japan will be bustling with crowded vacationers. Our careful selection finds that, in the suburbs of the Kanto region, the following four hanami spots seem most worth your visit during the Golden Week.
Autumn in Japan means beautifully colored trees and pleasantly crisp air, making it the perfect season for walking around the city! Additionally, there are many seasonal ingredients in autumn, so going around trying all the different delicacies is also a great choice. As such, this article will introduce a sightseeing plan for Tokyo in the autumn, featuring delicious gourmet foods and walks through fun tucked-away secret places!
You’ve got to ride it once! C12 steam locomotive is whistling and going strong on a regular schedule.
Tochigi,Ibaraki / Railway, steam locomotive
Visit the zoo looking down the Pacific Ocean and watch nearly 100 species of adorable animals.
Ibaraki / Zoos & Aquariums / Zoo
See Japan’s space exploration in action up close. Many trial models of spaceships are on display.
Ibaraki / Museums / Tour Facility
It enshrines a warrior god revered by the ancient imperial court, military commanders and swordsmen since the establishment in 660 BC.
Ibaraki / Shrines & Temples / Shrine
Beautiful glass-walled station building with the Pacific Ocean filling the windows.
Ibaraki / Tourist Attractions
The shrine is over 1370 years old and is considered one of Japan's three major Inari shrines. Successive lords of the Kasama domain revered it.
Ibaraki / Shrines & Temples / Shrines
Mito feudal domain’s 9th lord, Tokugawa Nariaki established this largest domain school in Japan.
Ibaraki / Museums / Historical facility
It is so big that Nara’s Buddha statue can sit on its palm. The world’s tallest Buddha statue and lovely flowers will give you a soothing day.
Ibaraki / Parks & Gardens / Buddha statue, park
A popular seafood market crowded with many visitors during the holidays, you can also try and buy local fresh fish caught at the seashore.
Ibaraki / Shopping Streets / Market
One of Japan’s largest pedestrian-only suspension bridges. Visitors may also enjoy a 100m tall bungee jump!
Ibaraki / Tourist Attractions
Experience the beauty of flowers and nature at the Flower Park, where you can not only "see" but also "feel" with your five senses.
Ibaraki / Zoos & Aquariums / Botanical gardens, parks
500 dogs are waiting for you. Walk and interact with these cute dogs and watch their adorable show.
Ibaraki / Amusement Parks & Theme parks / Theme park
Learn about nature in the past, present, and future, and deepen your understanding of the global environment.
Ibaraki / Museums / Nature Museum
A hot spring area along a clear mountain stream in the northwestern part of Ibaraki Prefecture.
Ibaraki / Famous Places / Hot Spring Area
A complex facility to learn about Japan’s traditional ceramic crafts, Kasama-yaki, and also enjoy art, nature, and food.
Ibaraki / Experiences Facilities / Interactive facility
It is the townscape designated as an "Important Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings," with buildings from various eras remaining in the Edo period town layout.
Ibaraki / Tourist Attractions / Tourist attraction
The facility where you can see, touch and work on Yuki Tsumugi woven the same way as in the ancient days.
Ibaraki / Experiences Facilities / Museum, workshop, traditional crafts
The peak sacred mountain is praised as "the Fuji of the west and the Tsukuba of the east" and offers a panoramic view of the Kanto Plain, with easy access to the summit.
Ibaraki / Nature Spots / Mountain hiking, mountain climbing, power spots
A museum next to the stadium showcasing the victories of the Kashima Antlers soccer team, one of the finest in the Japan League.
Ibaraki / Museums / Museum
Let's Enjoy Fishes Landed Off The Coast of Hitachi-Oki!
Ibaraki / Shopping Streets / Michi-no-Eki Roadstops