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Do you feel tiredness to click and flip through web pages in trip web sites?

Currently article-base travel web sites are major style.

 

Yet how about planning with "MACRO" perspetive?

Thinking about travle plan firstly, we tend to simulate followings

 

Stay days & Budget

What to do in Japan

Focusing on one tourist spot or not

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Do you have enought money and time to travel? Maybe there's no worry to move across Japan to see many Japan attractive regions.

Japan regions all have unique and historical cultures. So, I am "the Japanese" person but if money and time could afford me, I definately go across Japan from Hokkaido and Kyusyu regions by any means. Because Hokkaido have snow-base playing activity is very fun. and Kyusyu area is mild and warm temperature to spend. and very clear beautiful sea beach.

 

Yet, almost I have to face reality about my budget.. So, I think probably we should forcus on searching in one prefecture first.

In one prefecture, it is better to find major Japan tourist spots first as major tourist spots are reasonable choice by being certified from satisfaction aspect too. (Major destinations tends to be busy to watch among tourists sometimes..)

 

So, help you save time to travel. we will build up basic database for expediting your travle planning.

 

3 KEY WORDS for travel

 

◆ Genre - ART, HISTORY, CASTLE etc...

◆ Region 

◆ Charm point in tourist spots

 

Let's get a whole grasp of Japan! 

 

English HP:

It wasn't until the 1950s that museums began to be established all over Japan, such as museums related to science and technology in the 1960s, folk museums and local museums in the 1970s, museums and corporate museums in the 1980s. The museum to be built in was seen in fashion depending on the times.

 


Chūbu - Aichi
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Chūgo - Tottori
Chūgo - Okayama
Kyushu - Okinawa
Kyushu - Saga
Kantō - Tochigi
Shikoku - Tokushima
Tōhoku - Yamagata
Chūgo - Yamaguchi
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kansai - Osaka
Chūgo - Okayama

 


In Japan, there are many museums and galleries that were created by throwing private personal property as well as national and prefectural governments, but there are also many science and technology museums. In addition to national public science museums, there are also places where companies are operating technology as part of their social contribution activities. According to a survey by the Ministry of Education, there are 106 places in the category of Science Museum in 2015, and 343 places including similar facilities. However, the number of science museums was 20 places last year, down 5.5%, the highest number of history museums, art museums, open air museums and botanical gardens.

 


Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Yamanashi
Chūgo - Shimane
Kansai - Osaka
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Ibaraki
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūgo - Hiroshima

 


A rare museum that displays kaleidoscopes and towels, as well as the digital art museum that makes full use of the latest technology!

There are many attractions other than exhibitions such as buildings designed by famous architects and beautiful Japanese gardens. Please also refer to beginners who are not familiar with art!

 


Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Fukui
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Toyama
Chūbu - Yamanashi
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Shimane
Chūgo - Shimane
Chūgo - Shimane
Chūgo - Tottori
Chūgo - Yamaguchi
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kansai - Hyōgo
Kansai - Hyōgo
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Nara
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Shiga
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Gunma
Kantō - Gunma
Kantō - Ibaraki
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Tochigi
Kantō - Tochigi
Kansai - Shiga
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kyushu - Kumamoto
Kyushu - Miyazaki
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Shikoku - Kagawa
Shikoku - Kōchi
Shikoku - Tokushima
Tōhoku - Aomori
Tōhoku - Fukushima
Tōhoku - Fukushima
Tōhoku - Iwate
 

 

Aichi Arts Center
Nagoya City Art Museum
Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Tokugawa Art Museum
Toyota Municipal Museum of Art
Fukui Fine Arts Museum
Eizō & Tōichi Katō Memorial Art Museum
Museum of Fine Arts, Gifu 
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art
Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art
Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Traditional Arts and Crafts
MOA Museum of Art 
Uehara Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art, Toyama
Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts
Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art 
Hiroshima Museum of Art
Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum
Hayashibara Museum of Art
Ohara Museum of Art
Okayama Prefectural Museum of Art
Yumeji Art Museum
Adachi Museum of Art
Shimane Art Museum
Tanabe Art Museum
Yonago City Museum of Art
Yamaguchi Prefectural Museum of Art 
Hokkaido Museum of Modern Art
Miyanomori Art Museum
Hakutsuru Fine Art Museum
Hyōgo Prefectural Museum of Art
Asahi beer Oyamazaki Villa Museum of Art
Kyoto Art Center
Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art
National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto
Museum of Japanese Art
Fujita Art Museum
National Museum of Art, Osaka
Osaka Contemporary Art Center
Sagawa Art Museum 
Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art
The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma
Okawa Museum of Art
Tenshin Memorial Museum of Art, Ibaraki
Pola Museum of Art
Taro Okamoto Museum of Art
Yokohama Museum of Art
Utsunomiya Museum of Art
Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts
Fukuoka Art Museum
Fukuoka Prefectural Museum of Art
Idemitsu Museum of Arts
Kitakyushu Municipal Museum of Art
Matsushita Museum of Art
Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art
Miyazaki Prefectural Art Museum 
Twenty-Six Martyrs Museum and Monument
Chichu Art Museum 
The Museum of Art, Kōchi
Ōtsuka Museum of Art
Aomori Museum of Art 
Fukushima Prefectural Museum of Art
Morohashi Museum of Modern Art
Iwate Museum of Art
 

 


Today, more than 30 cities out of 47, which are the prefectural capitals of Japan, were originally castle towns, and even now (including those rebuilt after the war) there are many places in the center of the town. A symbol of the heart of the citizens, it is loved as a place for walks and gatherings, and is a place that attracts many tourists from inside and outside. Many people from overseas are attracted by its majesty, beauty and presence, and it is now a big tourist spot. Of course, at the time when the castle was actually functioning, it wasn't just a symbol of the people, it wasn't a spectacle. Still, the world of people was moving around the castle. It is no exaggeration to say that the castle has been involved in most of the historical events and branch points leading up to the modern times.

 


Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Fukui
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Nagano
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Toyama
Chūbu - Yamanashi
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Shimane
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Mie
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Shiga
Kansai - Shiga
Kansai - Shiga
Kansai - Wakayama
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Chiba
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Saitama
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kyushu - Saga
Kyushu - Saga
Kyushu - Saga
Shikoku - Ehime
Shikoku - Kagawa
Shikoku - Kōchi
Tōhoku - Fukushima
Tōhoku - Yamagata
Kansai - Nara

 


Speaking of Japanese history, "warlords of the Warring States period" is indispensable. Their accumulated days have given rise to many cultures. Above all, there is no shortage of wonderful anecdotes, with the famous Nobunaga Oda, who fell in the middle of a dream trying to achieve the unification of the world. It was also during this period that the words that were still in active use were born, such as Shimojo.

 


Chūbu - Gifu
Kantō - Saitama
Tōhoku - Yamagata
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kansai - Nara
Shikoku - Kōchi
Tōhoku - Yamagata
Shikoku - Kōchi
Kansai - Kyoto
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Osaka
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kyushu - Okinawa
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Osaka
Chūbu - Fukui
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Nara
Chūgo - Shimane
Chūgo - Tottori
Kansai - Nara
Kansai - Osaka
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūbu - Aichi
Kantō - Ibaraki
Chūbu - Gifu
Kyushu - Miyazaki
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Kyushu - Ōita
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Kyoto
Kantō - Chiba
Kyushu - Kumamoto
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kantō - Saitama
Shikoku - Ehime
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kansai - Hyōgo
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kantō - Kanagawa
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Kantō - Kanagawa
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Chūgo - Okayama

 

Hikaru Memorial Hall
John Lennon Museum
Mogami Yoshiaki Historical Museum
Syusaku Endo Literature Museum
Tomimoto Kenkichi Memorial Museum *Close
Tosa Yamauchi Family Treasury and Archives
Yamadera Basho Memorial Museum
Sakamoto Ryōma Memorial Museum 
Sen-oku Hakuko Kan 
Siebold Memorial Museum
Fukuromachi Elementary School Peace Museum
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum
Honkawa Elementary School Peace Museum
Kyoto Museum for World Peace
Osaka International Peace Center
Bansei Tokkō Peace Museum
Chiran Peace Museum for Kamikaze  
Okinawa Prefectural Peace Memorial Museum
Liberty Osaka
Osaka Prefectural Chikatsu Asuka Museum
Fukui Prefectural Museum of Cultural History
Ishikawa Prefectural History Museum 
Kyoto National Museum
Nara National Museum
Shimane Museum of Ancient Izumo
Tottori City Historical Museum
Asuka Historical Museum
Osaka Maritime Museum
Hiroshima Prefectural Museum of History
Toyohashi City Museum Art and History
Ibaraki Prefectural Museum of History
Gifu City Museum of History
Miyazaki Prefectural Museum of Nature and History
Hiroshima City Museum of History and Traditional Crafts
Ōita Prefectural Museum of History
Kyoto City History Museum
Ryozen Museum of History 
National Museum of Japanese History
Kumamoto Prefectural Ancient Burial Mound Museum
Yokohama Archives of History
Yokohama History Museum
Kyushu Historical Museum 

Reimeikan, Kagoshima Prefectural Center for Historical Material

Nagasaki Museum of History and Culture
Saitama Prefectural Museum of the Sakitama Ancient Burial Mounds
Museum of Ehime History and Culture
Tōhoku History Museum 
Japanese battleship Mikasa
Kobe Maritime Museum
Museum of the Meiji Restoration
Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum
NYK Maritime Museum
Satohama shell mound
Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum
Shiogama Jinja
Bizen Traditional Industry Hall, located in Imbe Station

 


A museum is a collective term for facilities that are exhibited for many visitors while collecting and studying academically valuable materials such as art, culture, and history. Therefore, aquariums, zoos, botanical gardens, museums, etc. can be thought of as museums in a large sense, but in Japan, they are generally considered as separate names. In addition, all the facilities such as museum, science museum, memorial hall, history museum will be included in the museum.

 


Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūbu - Aichi
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Kyushu - Saga
Kansai - Wakayama
Kansai - Hyōgo
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Aichi
Kantō - Gunma
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kansai - Osaka
Kantō - Saitama
Kansai - Kyoto
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Chūbu - Nagano
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūgo - Tottori
Chūgo - Tottori
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kansai - Kyoto
Kansai - Mie
Kansai - Shiga
Kantō - Chiba
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kantō - Gunma
Kyushu - Kumamoto
Shikoku - Tokushima
Shikoku - Kōchi
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Kansai - Hyōgo
Kansai - Hyōgo
Kansai - Kyoto
Chūbu - Aichi
Kansai - Osaka
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Shikoku - Ehime
Shikoku - Kagawa
Kantō - Saitama
Chūgo - Tottori
Chūbu - Fukui
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Tōhoku - Fukushima
Chūgo - Yamaguchi
Kantō - Tochigi
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Chūbu - Gifu
Tōhoku - Yamagata
Kantō - Gunma
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūbu - Gifu
Shikoku - Kagawa
Kansai - Nara
Chūbu - Gifu
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Chūbu - Gifu
Kyushu - Fukuoka
Chūbu - Nagano
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Kantō - Tochigi
Chūgo - Hokkaido
Chūbu - Aichi
Chūbu - Nagano
Chūbu - Nagano
Shikoku - Ehime
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Chūgo - Okayama
Chūgo - Hiroshima
Kantō - Tochigi
Chūgo - Shimane
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kyushu - Saga
Chūbu - Ishikawa
Chūbu - Aichi
Kansai - Osaka
Kansai - Mie
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kansai - Kyoto
Kyushu - Nagasaki
Kansai - Mie
Chūbu - Shizuoka
Tōhoku - Miyagi
Kyushu - Kagoshima
Kantō - Kanagawa
Kyushu - Saga

Tōhoku - Miyagi

Kansai - Hyogo

 

 

 

 

Nissan Engine Museum
Toyota Automobile Museum
Toyota Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology
Okayama Prefecture Bizen Ceramics  
Aichi Prefectural Ceramic Museum
Fukuoka Oriental Ceramics Museum
Kyushu Ceramic Museum
Wakayama Prefectural Museum
Kobe City Museum
Noritake Garden
Hokkaido University Botanical Gardens
Glover Garden
Saitō Garden (Ishinomaki)
Nagoya City Tram & Subway Museum
Hiroshima City Transportation Museum
Sakuma Rail Park
SCMaglev and Railway Park
Usui Pass Railway Heritage Park
Hara Model Railway Museum
Modern Transportation Museum
Railway Museum (Saitama) 
Umekoji Steam Locomotive Museum
Hakodate City Museum of Northern Peoples
Japan Coast Guard Museum
Yamato Museum
Japan Ukiyo-e Museum
Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Money Museum
Japan Spinning Top Museum
Little World Museum of Man
Masamura Pachinko Museum
Nawa Insect Museum
Ōta-juku Nakasendō Museum
Toi Gold Museum
Sand Museum
Tottori Nijisseiki Pear Museum
Sapporo Beer Museum
Taiho Sumo Museum
The Tale of Genji Museum
Iga-ryū Ninja Museum 
Kawara Museum
Hoki Museum
Asahikawa Museum of Sculpture
Asama Volcano Museum
Aso Volcano Museum
Awa Odori Kaikan
Ino Paper Museum
Ishinomori Manga Museum
Japan Coast Guard Museum Yokohama
Kanazawa Phonograph Museum 
Kanazawa Yasue Gold Leaf Museum
Kobe Anpanman Children's Museum & Mall
Kobe City Museum of Literature
Kyoto International Manga Museum
Meiji Mura
Momofuku Ando Instant Ramen Museum 
Museum of Tin Toys
Nippon Origami Museum
Saka no Ue no Kumo Museum
Shikoku Mura
Tokorozawa Aviation Museum
Tottori Folk Crafts Museum
Fukui Prefectural Dinosaur Museum 
Yokohama Customs Museum
Yokohama Port Museum
Yokohama Silk Museum  
Hiroshima City Ebayama Museum of Meteorology 
Picture Book Museum, Iwaki City
Shimonoseki City Archaeological Museum
Bandai Museum
Confucius Shrine, Nagasaki
Cormorant Fishing House
Domon Ken Photography Museum
Gunma Insect World 
Hakone Open-Air Museum
Hida Minzoku Mura Folk Village
Sanuki Kokubun-ji
Shōsōin
Solar Ark
Arai Barrier
Enkū Museum
Gorōyama kofun
Hijiri Museum
Hokkaido Museum of Northern Peoples
Honda Collection Hall
Hongō Shin Memorial Museum of Sculpture
International Design Centre Nagoya
Jōkyō Gimin Memorial Museum
Kaichi School Museum
Kaimei School 
Kamakura Museum of Literature
Kamakura Museum of National Treasures
Kanazawa Bunko
Kanazawa Yuwaku Yumeji-kan Museum  
Kanrantei
Kawasaki Medical School
Kōsan-ji
Kurita Museum
Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum
Lalique Museum Hakone
Matsurokan
Muro Saisei Kinenkan Museum
Nagoya Noh Theater
National Museum of Ethnology (Japan)
Natsumi Temple complex
Nihon Minka-en 
Number Nine Research Laboratory
Ōkōchi Sansō
Saikai Pearl Sea Resort 
Saikū
Shijimizuka site
Toyoma Education Museum
Uenohara site
Yamate Museum
Yoshinogari site

Zuihōden

Nojima Fault Preservation Museum

 

 

 

 


Before you go to Japan

It is possible to move smoothly by preliminary inspection.
The shortest and efficient move When traveling from one country to another, or from city to city, you will be able to move smoothly just by checking the information in advance.

Once you leave the inn, such as travel routes, how to get from the airport to the city, the fare and time, you will not be able to use the internet once.
You will need to do some research before you get to the next inn.

The worst thing is to ask the person who is there, but sometimes it's not the shortest or you won't be called. Some people think it is rude to say that they do not know, and sometimes they say something appropriate.

If you want the fastest, most efficient and smoothest way to go, check in advance.