Kyushu Island is located in the southwest of Japan, in the north is Nagasaki, Fukuoka, and the Saga grassland is smoked by the Arctic wind in the east, in the east is Unzen Bay, a scenery of 48 islands, in the south is the picturesque port of Yayoi, and in the south is the ancient island Kagoshima has Sakurajima, an active volcano rich in Japanese radishes. Miyazaki is the southernmost part. Miyazaki Beach is a famous hot-spring bath on the seaside. The price of Kyushu Island is slightly cheaper, and the Chinese taste is strong. Every year, tourists from all over the world are competing to go to Kyushu to "hot springs".
For tourists from many countries, Japan is one of the most popular travel destinations in recent years. Whether it is the prosperity of Tokyo and Osaka, the quaintness of Kyoto and Nara, or the natural scenery of Hokkaido, it is deeply rooted in people's hearts. However, if you have never been to Shikoku, you will miss the unique charm of Japanese landscape and culture.
Hokkaido is located in the northernmost part of Japan and is the second largest island after Honshu Island. The area of Hokkaido accounts for one-fifth of Japan, and the population density is extremely low. The population of Hokkaido is only half of Tokyo, and the only large metropolitan area is centered on Sapporo. Generally, Hokkaido is divided into four parts: Daonan, Daoyang, Daodong, and Daobei. Daoan is a city with a large population and the most representative tourist attractions. Daonan is the gateway between Hokkaido and Honshu Island. Daodong has a primitive A barren nature reserve, Daobei is Japan's extreme north.
Most people's first impression of Hokkaido comes from the snow here. It has a long and arduous winter, and Asahikawa City in Doboku still holds the record of Japan's coldest temperature-minus 41 degrees Celsius. In Abashiri in the northeast of the road, you can also enjoy the drift ice landscape that is rare in the world. It all reminds you how cold it is in Hokkaido. The cold side is the unparalleled winter landscape.
Hokkaido is one of the four major islands of the Japanese archipelago. It is located at the northernmost point of Japan. It faces the Pacific Ocean in the east and the Sea of Japan in the west. The entire island of Hokkaido covers an area of 83,456 square kilometers, accounting for 22.9% of Japan's territory. The coastline alone is 3,000 kilometers long. The shape of the island is like a flying maple leaf. From 1868 to 1912 during the Meiji period, the Japanese began to move here and cultivated, and later they gradually developed into important granaries in Japan. Due to the late development, the natural environment has not been artificially damaged. In addition, in recent years, it is not appropriate to conserve the natural environment. To this day, it still maintains the complete and original natural features, and it can be said to be Japan's most scenic natural attraction.
The Kanto Region is Japan’s most heavily populated region and therefore the political, economic and cultural centre of the state. It's located in east central Honshū and consists of the subsequent prefectures: