Japan is a world apart. Its timeless string of islands is fused with natural beauty that can easily be termed a world in itself.
One kilometer of the nine-kilometer long cave is open to the public, and various natural formations like limestone pools, underground waterfalls, and streams, can be seen along the course.
Abukumado Cave is a 3000-meter limestone cave network in the eastern Fukushima Prefecture that was formed over 80 million years ago. It takes about an hour to explore about 600 meters of the caverns.
About 700 meters of the cave are open to the public, and visitors can walk along the underground river and view three of the cave's four underground lakes.
The park includes Mount Yoshino, Japan's most famous cherry blossom spot; and the sacred Kumano Region, both of which are also UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
The Ise Shima National Park encompasses the Shima Peninsula, a coastal resort area in central Japan known for its rugged shore and history of pearl cultivation.
Unzen Amakusa National Park in western Kyushu includes Mount Unzen, an active volcano that erupted in the early 1990s, as well as the coastal landscapes and marine zones of the Amakusa Islands.
The 1,200 deer that call Nara home have therefore become a symbol of the city and are considered a “natural treasure.” Deer crackers are sold for visitors who would like to feed the deer.
Todaiji Temple is famous for being the largest wooden building in the world. It houses a large statue of Buddha, known as the Great Buddha or Daibutsu.
Attractions on the temple grounds include the Nandaimon Gate and the pillar with a hole in the middle at the back of the temple. Children who can squeeze through the hole are thought to be future recipients of enlightenment.
You might think Japan is nothing more than a bustling and metropolitan country.
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Japan is home to dozens of national parks and a wide range of habitats, from tropical beaches and active volcanoes to ancient forests and crater lakes.
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Travel with your English-speaking guide to the forests and parks under the shadow of Mt. Fuji. Walk under its canopy of 300-year-old trees and enjoy the timeless beauty of Japan.