The countryside of Japan is often overlooked as people are more interested in the big, bustling cities. But rural Japan is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and also a beautiful place to explore. It’s not just about the sights but also the culture, the food, and the people that live there. They are friendly and welcoming and will always be happy to share their knowledge with you.
While the rural areas of Japan are not as developed as the cities, there are many things to do there that can be just as fun as any other place in this country. And best of all. It’s not as crowded as the cities!
You can enjoy the unparalleled natural beauty of rural Japan and experience traditional Japanese culture first-hand.
You can go on a sightseeing tour, visit temples and shrines, or take part in some traditional Japanese activities like tea ceremonies or ikebana flower arranging.
One of my favorite things is exploring Onsen towns, usually hidden in Japan’s many valleys. They are a great way to experience the culture and history of Japan up close. They are also a great place to relax from the rush of sightseeing and enjoy the natural hot springs and eat delicious food.
The onsen towns in Japan are places where you can find many ryokans and traditional Japanese inns with hot baths. The ryokans have been around for centuries, offering a unique experience not found anywhere else in the world. You should stay in one at least once during your trip.
There are so many things to see in rural parts of the country, and we are here to present you with the best of them!