KANSAI

KANSAI

KANSAI

KANSAI

KANSAI

KANSAI

KANSAI

"Tastes of JAPAN by ANA" is a regional vitalization project that collaborates with the different prefectures in Japan to present the Land of the Rising Sun in all of its diverse glory.
  • KANSAI

  • Shiga

  • Kyoto

  • Osaka

  • Hyogo

  • Nara

  • Wakayama

All Kansai

  • KANSAI
  • Shiga

  • Kyoto

  • Osaka

  • Hyogo

  • Nara

  • Wakayama

One of the most iconic regions in Japan, Kansai is also the largest economic bloc in the western part of the country. With all six prefectures having UNESCO World Heritage sites, the Kansai region is full of historic charms as well as famous tourist spots and gourmet experiences.

KANSAI KANSAI

One of the largest cities in Japan, Osaka offers visitors of all ages a wide range of fun choices, from traditional sightseeing spots to a variety of large commercial facilities and unique gourmet dining establishments.

Osaka Osaka

Kyoto preserves an old-world and iconic Japanese ambience, offering stunningly beautiful scenery in all four seasons. Enjoy the serenity and tranquility of Kyoto by visiting renowned temples and shrines as well as taking a leisurely stroll in the city.

Kyoto Kyoto

Hyogo Prefecture faces the Sea of Japan to the north and Seto Inland Sea to the south. Himeji-jo Castle, the first World Heritage site designated in Japan, is located here. After taking in the abundance of nature in the mountains and the sea, relax at one of Japan's representative hot spring resorts.

Hyogo Hyogo

Surrounded by mountains, Shiga Prefecture is adorned with Japan's largest lake at its center. A host of seasonal leisure activities are available, from cherry blossom viewing and cruising on the lake to autumn foliage and skiing.

Shiga Shiga

As Nara Prefecture was an ancient capital of Japan, there is an astonishing number of shrines, temples, structures and Buddhist statues, some of which are designated as World Heritage sites. The whole prefecture projects an aura of traditional significance.

Nara Nara

The vertically long Wakayama Prefecture is blessed with a warm climate and an abundance of foods from the mountains and the sea. The prefecture is packed with all the best things you look forward to when travelling in Japan, including hot springs, sightseeing spots and gourmet treats.

Wakayama Wakayama

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