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Japan, a country for all seasons, offers something for everyone. Spring cherry blossoms, summer fireworks, autumn foliage, winter skiing…you will find it all and more in Japan. The cherry blossoms sweep across the country from Okinawa to Hokkaido and the Japanese talk about chasing the bloom northwards. Fall’s colors emerge in reverse, running south as temperatures cool. In summer, spectacular fireworks displays illuminate skies throughout the country. Hokkaido is a winter wonderland with plenty of ice and snow festivals, romantic glassworks in Otaru, and steam trains coated in winter’s blanket. You can surly enjoy the fun of winter in Japan.

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Stone Church
32 Reviews
The Stone Church is designed by American designer Kendrick Kellogg. He inspired the natural environment of Karuizawa and built this unique church. This natural church, which combines stone, light, water, green and trees, attracts new people from all over the world to come here for a wedding.
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Rural Area
Karuizawa lies southeast of Nagano Prefecture on the flat of Mount Asama. It is surrounded by Mount Asama, Hanamagariyama, Usui Pass and other mountains. On a plateau about 1000 meters (3281 feet) above sea level, the climate is cool. Karuizawa has flourishing Larix vegetation and white birch for a pleasant natural environment. It has become a popular summer resort for Japanese travelers since the end of the 19th century.
Matsumoto Castle
81 Reviews
Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort
11 Reviews
The Karuizawa Prince Hotel Ski Resort is situated in the Nagano area on the outskirts of Tokyo. The transportation is highly convenient. Night ski is available during the holidays. Because it is all fake snow, the opening time is early which is very good. Snow tracks are entirely machine-made snow tracks, 50% are primary tracks, 30% are intermediate tracks, and 20% are high-grade tracks. The proportion of snow roads is ideal for novices to practice.

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Japan: A Traveler's Guide to Tokyo and Kyoto
Traditional Culture
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Even Tokyo where neon lights cast futuristic shadows and digital billboards advertise the latest gadgets, even there you will find Japan’s classic character. Restaurants with exquisite handwritten menus, kimono-wearing shoppers searching for festival gifts, historic facades tucked amongst steel and glass. All of this comes together to create modern Japan. See where ancient opera still graces the stage, where flower festivals and tea ceremonies are enthusiastically passed down through the generations, and where the new world blends seamlessly into the old.
Opps-Snow   May 13, 2019