Located in Fukaura in southwestern Aomori prefecture, although “juni” means twelve, there are 33 lakes and ponds, and they make up one of the most scenic spots in Aomori. One of the lake, known as “Aoike”(the Blue Pond) is so clear and you can see the dead beech trees at the bottom of the lake.
Shiretoko National Park
Located in the north-east of Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan. Shiretoko National park was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2005. It is one of the most remote areas of all Japan. You can see the lakes, falls and wild trees and animals such as “Ezo deer”.
Tsuchiura all-Japan Fireworks Competition
Tsuchiura is located in the north-east of Kanto area. It is about 2hours drive from Tokyo. Once in a year, the first saturday in october, the fireworks competition is held at Tsuchiura, and more than 50 fireworks maker are participate.
100 beautiful landscapes
One of the most famous temples of Japan, Kiyomizudera is a Unesco World Heritage site in the Eastern Kyoto region of Higashiyama. The temple was founded in 780 and remains associated with the Hosso sect of the oldest Japanese Buddhism. Twice in a year, the temple is lit up at night and you are able to have the honor of seeing inside the temple until 21 o’clock.