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Japan has four distinct seasons. Whether you visit in spring, summer, autumn or winter you will find beautiful seasonal natural attractions.


Over 70% of Japan is mountains, including many active volcanoes, thus providing an incredible mix of national parks for hiking and hot springs for relaxing.


Much of Japan is wilderness so there is no shortage of outdoor activities to enjoy. Here we suggest outdoor adventures for every season. 




By Ian Dawson

A Japan less visited, the island Shikoku provides the traveller with wonderful insights into the heart of ‘lost’ Japan. Beyond the obvious attractions of food, culture and people, taking to the great outdoors gives a deeper understanding of the Nation and how it has shaped its inhabitants

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