Tamamura Town is 1 hour 45 minutes from Tokyo (Near Takasaki City). It's on the Reiheishi Kaido Road and prospered during the Edo period.
Maebashi City is 70 min from Tokyo. It's an exciting art and nature city, including nearby Mt. Akagi, Lake Onuma, and more. It's also a good base to use to travel around the region.
Nakagawa Town is a cozy riverside town 2.5hours north of Tokyo with a ukiyo-e museum, pottery culture (Koisago-yaki), an onsen, and Iizuka-tei hotel. It's a great place to experience the Japanese countryside.
Minakami Town is known for stunning landscapes, thrilling activities, crafts, and hot springs. Join the fun only one hour from Tokyo.
Tomioka City is 2hours from Tokyo. It's known for its UNESCO World Heritage site Tomioka Silk Mill and its history that helped form Japan's industrialization.
Kawagoe City is a city only 30min from Tokyo. It's known for its historically preserved area called Little Edo (Koedo) and is a captivating destination with foreign visitors.
Numata is a city in Gunma prefecture known for its huge Tengu masks, outdoor parks, ski slopes, the Numata festival, and Numata fireworks.
Nasu-Karasuyama City is a small city in Tochigi prefecture known for the Yamaage festival and Ryumon Falls as well as Washi paper and its award-winning cave sake brewery.
Hitachinaka City is a seaside city in Ibaraki prefecture famous for Nemophila flowers and Kochia at the Hitachi Seaside Park as well as their fish market and delicious seafood.
The Chichibu area is only two hours from Tokyo and is perfect for a short trip. Visit and experience nature, adventure, and local wine, sake & whisky!
Chichibu Night Festival is a traditional Japanese festival registered as a UNESCO heritage. The highlight is the fireworks on both nights. (Chichibu City / 秩父市)
Find out about the biannual edo-style float festival in Tochigi city (Tochigi City / 栃木市)