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Traditional Fujiko Cuisine Tasting Experience Featured on TV!

On Thursday, December 12, NHK Kofu Broadcasting Station’s “News Kai DOKI”, the local news program for the Yamanashi Prefecture, broadcast a special program looking at cuisine traditionally created by ‘Oshi’, the inn-keepers who cared for Fujiko worshippers during their pilgrimage climbs of Mount Fuji. Fujiko is the name of a religious group of people who …

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Heartland JAPAN on TV

Cycling Monitor Tour Featured on TV (BSS San’in)

Heartland JAPAN aims to bring visitors to unknown locations through the creation of travel packages that combine interaction with local communities and a chance to hear local stories with outdoor activities and unique cross-cultural activities.

We are quoted on the DINE Magazine

—Far away from the hustle and bustle of neon Tokyo, the pulse of Heartland Japan beats to an ancient drum—one that is rooted in the past, and maintains customs and traditions that big city traffic has long since passed. The silence of the river stream, the purity of the water, the lush forests and warmth of those …

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GaijinPot came with us to Shimane tour

GaijinPot came with us to Shimane Prefecture to get a taste of local life and culture. One of the key features in this region of Japan is kagura, a colourful and lively reenactment of mythological tales that goes back centuries.  Photo: Randiah Camille GreenClick the link below to read the full article.

Heartland JAPAN on the JAPLAN GUIDE

Read all about finding Japan’s heartland with Heartland JAPAN’s CEO, Keijiro Sawano, in travel guide Japlan! “There are many locations across Japan that are unimaginably beautiful and rich in culture but they simply aren’t known to the world. Visiting these hidden gems means walking through Japan’s myriad of natural landscapes, visiting historical sites, taking part …

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