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Central Japan International Airport (NGO) is located in the Chubu area, which is in the center of Japan. In this area, you can enjoy historical and cultural experiences. Also, since it’s located in the center of Japan, you can easily access to beautiful towns such as Takayama, Shirakawago, Nagano and Kanazawa as well as Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto.


Fujita Kanko Inc. is a leading company in the hospitality and tourism industry. Today, Fujita Kanko Inc. sands on three core pillars; WHG Business, Resort Business and Luxury and Banquet Business. Operating over 60 properties in Japan and Asia which includes hotels, restaurants, banquests and meeting facilities and others. Our brand hotels are Hotel Chinzanso Tokyo, Washington Hotel and Hotel Gracery, WHG chain of hotels, Hotel TAVINOS, Hakone Kowakien Tenyu, Fujino Kirameki and others spreading all over Japan.


Gifu Prefecture is “the source of abundant nature; where tradition, culture, master craftsmanship that have been passed down from predecessors live and breathe”. Its strength is in its fitting compliance with the SDGs“sustainable” ideology, and is a travel destination where thriving “sustainable tourism” can be experienced.

Through the award system by Green Destinations, an internationally accredited organisation for sustainable tourism, Shirakawa Village (Shirakawa-go) in 2020, and the Nagaragawa (or Nagara) River Basin in 2021 have both been selected as part of the World’s 100 Most Sustainable Tourism Destinations (TOP 100). From here you can also experience “nature”, “traditional culture”, “master craftsmanship” and more at Gifu Prefecture, where tourism destinations have made the most of their plentiful resources.


The Hankyu Hanshin Daiichi Hotel Group operates a wide range of hotels from luxury class to business & comfort class to relaxation & resort class from Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto and other regions.

In addition, a new brand hotel “remm” based on the concept of “sleep” is also being developed in Tokyo, Osaka and Hyogo, and we will continue to deliver hotels that can be selected according to the style of each and every customer.

Also, a new brad hotel “RESPIRE” combines the meanings of the words “rest,” as in to have a rest, and “inspire,” as in to have one’s senses stimulated and be filled with vitality. RESPIRE also means “to breathe.”


Hilton Tokyo Odaiba is located on the waterfront area of Tokyo Bay, it enjoys spectacular 180-degree ocean views, with each guest room overlooking stunning views of Tokyo's skyline, Rainbow Bridge, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Sky Tree from its private balcony. Hilton Tokyo Odaiba is also stratrgically situated only minutes away from a popular entertainment and shopping area as well as a key business and commercial district.


Kushiro, Hokkaido is blessed with vibrant nature and an abundance of wildlife from its two major national parks: Kushiro Shitsugen and Akan-Mashu. Visitors can experience the harmonious co-existence of urban life, great nature, and Ainu culture, from rare animal and plant species including the tancho crane and marimo of Lake Akan to the many opportunities to interact with Japan's largest Ainu kotan (village.) As Hokkaido’s fourth largest city, Kushiro is a tourist hub, and is readily accessible from Tokyo via Haneda Airport to Tancho Kushiro Airport in just 90 minutes, or by train from Sapporo in four hours.


Found along the Sea of Japan coast between Tokyo and Kyoto, Ishikawa is one of Japan’s 47 prefectures, centrally located on Japan’s main island of Honshu. With a rich cultural heritage handed down since the days of the samurai, the incredible natural beauty of the coastlines and mountains alike, and exceptional food made possible through this natural abundance, Ishikawa truly is full of everything you could hope for from Japan. But of course, the most special thing of all is the way that the people of Ishikawa have not only preserved their local traditions, but continue to build new forms of culture atop them as a part of everyday life

Away from the tourist trail, the region is easily accessible with a direct 2-hour 30-minute Shinkansen bullet train service from Tokyo to the prefecture's capital, Kanazawa, or flights to its regional airport (Komatsu) operating from Tokyo Haneda and Tokyo Narita

We believe Ishikawa is the perfect place for you to discover something new and what is truly important in life.


The Keihan Group is expanding in Osaka, Kyoto, Shiga, and throughout Japan businesses that play important roles in a variety of life situations of our customers. It is our close relationship with local communities that allows us to provide new and attractive tourism products. We look forward to assisting you.


Matsumoto City has flourished since the sixteenth century as the castle town of Matsumoto Castle. Matsumoto City retains streetscapes going back to the Edo period (1603-1867), and it is surrounded by the magnificent Japan Alps, including the rugged beauty of Kamikochi and the Norikura Highlands. Matsumoto Castle is one of five castles designated as "National Treasures of Japan" and the oldest five-tiered, six-story castle tower remaining in Japan. Kamikochi (meaning "the place where the gods descend") is the most famous location in the Chubu Sangaku National Park.


The Nagano Tourism Organization is a local tourism board which promotes Nagano Prefecture in Japan as a tourist destination.

Nagano Prefecture is located in the center of Japan, not far from major cities such as Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka. Surrounded by the three ranges of the Japanese Alps, it is nicknamed the “Roof of Japan”.

In 1998, Nagano hosted the Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, and many of the snow resorts featured in the games, namely the Hakuba Valley, Shiga Kogen and Nozawa Onsen, continue to attract winter sports enthusiasts every year.

The mountains of Nagano are home not only to ski resorts and national parks, but important historical and cultural sites as well. You’ll find Matsumoto Castle, one of the oldest remaining castles in Japan; Zenkoji Temple, a center of Buddhist faith with over 1,400 years of history; and the post-towns of the Nakasendo, ancient towns once traveled by merchants and samurai.

What are you waiting for? Climb the Japanese Alps. Soak in hot springs. Frolic with the Snow Monkeys. Slurp Soba Noodles. Slip back in time to the Feudal Past. All that and more awaits you in Nagano!


Nobeoka City is rich in nature. It faces the Hyuga Sea, and it is fed by the Gokase River, a clear river from the Kyushu Mountains. Nobeoka was originally developed as a castle town, and it has continued developing as one of the most industrial cities in Eastern Kyushu. In 2006 and 2007, the city merged with Kitakata, Kitaura, and Kitagawa towns, making it the second largest city in Kyushu with many tourist resources. With the gradual development of the toll road network, the city has become a hub of Eastern Kyushu. The "New Nobeoka Development" is now progressing.


Royal Park Hotels is one of the Japanese hotel chain in Japan, which is member of Mitsubishi Estate Group. As January 2022, we own 17 hotels which offers more than 4,000 guest rooms throughout Japan.


Located in the northern region of Kyushu, Japan, Saga Prefecture has the world-famous potteries that are beautiful to see and use, the quality hot springs that give you relaxing time and the traditional culture that has been passed down from generation to generation. Let us introduce luxurious trip experiences, away from the crowds of people, in Saga Prefecture.

Saga is also the prefecture with relaxing country views, a population of about 800,000 and thriving with agricultural and fishery businesses.

We also offers globally famous potteries, top quality food, relaxing hot springs, festivals, historical and traditional culture along with many other attractive experiences.

We can arrange a familiarization trip to Saga. Feel free to ask us about it. Available in multi-languages.


San`in Tourism Organization is a joint organisation founded by the governments of Tottori and Shimane prefectures, that is endeavouring to revitalize the tourism industry of San`in area.


"SHIMANAMI JAPAN" is a Japanese DMO located along the Shimanami Kaido, consisting of Onomichi City, Hiroshima Prefecture, Imabari City and Kamijima Town, Ehime Prefecture. We are making a wide range of efforts to convey the charm of Shimanami Kaido to the world, such as disseminating tourist information on Shimanami Kaido, holding experience tours, cycling PR, and food branding. We also carry out a rental cycle business on the Shimanami Kaido. Please feel free to contact us when traveling to the Shimanami Kaido.


SURUGA Marketing and Tourism Bureau (Visit Suruga) is a DMO located in the Suruga region of Shizuoka Prefecture. Located only an hour away via bullet train, come to our region to escape from the bustling cities and refresh yourself with some peace and quiet. From our boundless green tea fields, to Japan’s tallest mountain and into the depths of Suruga Bay, you’ll always find a new way to explore Suruga’s regional diversity while interacting with the locals in a variety of activities.

Visit Suruga and explore the Boundless Green.


Yokohama Convention &Visitors Bureau is to make use of the wealth of resources of the city of Yokohama and the wider Kanagawa Prefecture, and promote the region as an ideal destination for both tourists and international conventions.