KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

KANTO (Greater Tokyo)

"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.
  • All Kanto

  • Ibaraki

  • Tochigi

  • Gunma

  • Saitama

  • Chiba

  • Tokyo

  • Kanagawa

  • Yamanashi

All Kanto

  • All Kanto
  • Ibaraki
  • Tochigi
  • Gunma
  • Saitama
  • Chiba
  • Tokyo
  • Kanagawa
  • Yamanashi

The Kanto region is in the eastern part of the Honshu main island and home to Tokyo, one of the world’s leading metropolises. While a sprawling urban area, there is also an abundance of tradition, history and natural beauty to enjoy. Whether for leisure or dining, the Kanto region always offers something unique and exciting.

All Kanto All Kanto

With its thriving agriculture and fishery industries, Ibaraki Prefecture is renowned around Japan for its wide range of specialty produce. The area’s temperate climate also makes it a comfortable getaway for vacations year-round. Enjoy Ibaraki’s great outdoors and numerous scenic spots, which are easily accessible from the Tokyo area.

Ibaraki Ibaraki

The vast Kanto Plain stretches out at the center and majestic mountain ranges are situated in the northwest of Tochigi Prefecture. An area rich in history, Tochigi is home to many famous locations in Japanese history and attracts visitors from around the country. Between sightseeing, be sure to savor the various local cuisines, such as the famous gyoza dumplings.

Tochigi Tochigi

Gunma Prefecture is home to Tomioka Silk Mill, Japan’s first modern silk reeling factory. The area is also one of the Kanto region’s foremost onsen (hot spring) havens, with Kusatsu Onsen being counted among Japan’s best three hot springs. For souvenirs, look for Daruma dolls, traditional round dolls used in making a wish and bringing good luck.

Gunma Gunma

Saitama Prefecture achieves a balance of picturesque towns with abundant nature. In addition to marveling at the modern cities and facilities, you can get immersed in the retro townscape of Japan from former times. In areas rich in nature, you will be able to experience their ever-changing facets throughout the year.

Saitama Saitama

Chiba Prefecture is recognized as the entryway to Japan as the home of Narita International Airport, the largest international hub in the country. Surrounded on three sides by the sea and with much of the area consisting of plains, its climate is temperate throughout the year. Be sure to try the various regional cuisines including gourmet delights made using peanuts, a local specialty. The area is also dotted with large-scale leisure spots, making it a perfect destination for family travels.

Chiba Chiba

Japan’s largest city and cultural and commercial megacenter, Tokyo cater to the tastes and purposes of every travel planner with an abundance of attractive sites to visit. With so many tourist spots concentrated in one city, you may even discover a new side of travel that will intrigue you.

Tokyo Tokyo

Located in the southwestern edge of the Kanto region, Kanagawa Prefecture flourished since ancient times as the home of numerous post towns along important highways. The area offers a stimulating blend of rich nature surrounded by mountains and the sea in addition to fashionable commercial and tourism facilities. There are also many historical buildings in the area, making Kanagawa a prime spot for attracting tourists.

Kanagawa Kanagawa

Yamanashi is celebrated for its spectacular natural beauty, such as the Fuji Five Lakes at the base of Mount Fuji. Taking advantage of its climate including the wide temperature fluctuation, various fruits are harvested year-round, the most famous of them being the delicious grapes renowned throughout Japan and used in producing fine wine. The restaurant industry is also very popular, offering a wide array of options when dining out.

Yamanashi Yamanashi

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