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The islands of Japan stretch over 3000 km (1864 miles) from north to south, meaning its regions are hugely diverse in terms of climate, culture, food, nature, and history. From world-class ski resorts in the snowy northern island of Hokkaido to idyllic golden beaches in subtropical southern Okinawa via the buzzing, neon-lit cities of Tokyo and Osaka and the hushed pilgrimage trails and ancient temples of central Japan, there is truly something for everyone.

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