Kawazu Sakura Festival

Kawazu Sakura Festival

Kawazu Sakura Festival (河津桜まつり) is one of the early blooming cherry blossom festivals. It is held in Kawazu, Izu peninsu...

Finally MLJ visited Okinawa!

Sea Kayak & Snokel

MLJ finally visited Okinawa. Okinawa Prefecture is located in far south-west of Japan and it is the only Island that has the tropical weather in Japan. There are lots of Marine Spots activities. This time, we'd like to introduce Sea Kayak and Snokel to the Blue Cave. The Blue cave is one of the most popular diving spot in the main Island Okinawa. The beach has the Okinawan Blue Ocean, coral sea and all the tropical fishes will meet you.

Shuri Castle

Okinawa is not the Islands of the ble ocean, it has also rich history, such as Shuri Castles. Shuri Castle was the last castle of Ryukyu Kingdom. It has a great stone walls that are the main feature of Okinawan Castles. Because of the historical value, it is registered as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. There are many other historic sites around Shuri Castles. When you are in Okinawa, you must check them out.

Nakagusuku Castle

Nakagusuku Castle and Nakijin Castle are also another historic sits and ruins of Okinawan Castles that are also registered as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. All of them are perserved in the great conditions, especially, the stone walls are awesome.

Okinawa is one of the most popular traveling prefecture in Japan. Enjoy Japanese Tropical Resort.

Water place of Japanese Garden




We just want to connect the foreign visitors and local tourism in Japan.

I'd like to introduce the all beautiful aspects of Japan and Japanese culture. There are so many beautiful places in Japan. but most of them are not promoted well because it is located far out of the big city. However, they still have the great tourism such as great nature and rich history. Our mission is to connect those beautiful spots hidden in all over Japan to connect the wonderful foreign visitors with full of the information so that they will have rich tour while they are here in Japan, and help the local community.