Saitama Railway Museum > Access

Go back to the main article   [mappress mapid=”51″]   The museum is a few minutes from Ōmiya Station, in Saitama Prefecture. This is easily reachable from Tōkyō by using the Keihin-Tōhoku, Saikyō, Shōnan-Shinjuku, Takasaki-Utsunomiya lines. For those coming from the Tōhoku region by Shinkansen, Ōmiya is on the way …

Inuyama > Access

Go back to the main article   [mappress mapid=”52″]   From Nagoya there are many ways to get to Inuyama, in the northern part of Aichi Prefecture. Nagoya is quickly reachable from Tōkyō or Ōsaka by Shinkansen. From here you have to enter the underground station of Meitetsu-Nagoya Station, and …

Kanazawa > Access

Back to the main article   [mappress mapid=”40″]   ・By train From March 2015, thanks to the Hokuriku Shinkansen extension, it’s possible to reach Kanazawa from Tōkyō in about 2 hours and a half. On this line, you can take the new Shinkansen E7/W7 series, with charging plugs located by each …

Hiraizumi > Access

Back to the main article [mappress mapid=”32″] To reach Hiraizumi from any area of Japan you have to get to Iwate Prefecture first. By train To access Hiraizumi from Tōhoku region or Tōkyō, you must head to Ichinoseki Station by Shinkansen. The journey takes about 2 hours and 40 minutes. If …

Kiyomizu-dera > Access

Back to the main article [mappress mapid=”72″] Kiyomizu-dera is one of Japan’s most visited spots, it is easily reachable, also because of its position. The first step is, of course, getting to Kyōto. If you come from Tōkyō or Hiroshima, the Shinkansen is probably the best choice. If you’re located in  Ōsaka or …

Mount Haguro > Access

Back to the main article   Mt. Haguro is located in the area of Tsuruoka City, in Yamagata Prefecture. If you are going to use public transportation, first you have to reach Tsuruoka Station. Suggested route You can take a Shinkansen bullet train running on the Jōetsu Shinkansen from Tōkyō …

Kamikōchi > Access

Back to the main article   Kamikōchi is located in Nagano’s north-western part, and there are different way to get there, according to your departure location.   ・ From Tōkyō and Nagoya Let’s reach Nagano prefecture’s Matsumoto city first, you can find the route in Matsumoto’s castle. Once you got …

Fushimi Inari > Access

Back to the article   [mappress mapid=”46″]   Fushimi Inari is located in Fushimi Ward,  Kyōto.   We advise to reach it by train. Get to Kyōto Station first, about 2 and a half hours from Tōkyō by Shinkansen. From Kyōto Station take the JR Nara line and get off ar JR Inari …

Oirase > Access

Back to the main article   [mappress mapid=”30″] Let’s enter the Aomori prefecture first.   From Tōkyō From Tōkyō take the Hayate Shinkansen to Hachinohe Station. From there take a JR Tōhoku Bus to Towada Lake and get off at the Oirase stop. There are many stops along the Oirase …

Tōkyō-Edo Museum > Access

Back to the main article   The Tōkyō-Edo Museum is located in the city centre and it is extremely easy to reach. You can get to the Ryōgoku station using the Toei Ōedosen subway and the JR Sōbusen. From the Ryōgoku station west entrance to the Tōkyō Edo Museum it’s …