5. The Yokohama
Yokohama — If Hokaido is a town and the second largest in North Japan, Yokohama is the second largest city in the country of Japan with jumplah population of more than three million people. The distance from Yokohama with Tokyo about half an hour of travel time to the South of the city of Tokyo by train, and is the capital city of Kanagawa Prefecture.
Towards the end of the Edo period around the year 1603-1867, Japan maintains a policy of isolation, the port of Yokohama is one of the first areas opened to foreign trade in the year 1859. The result of all that is growing faster than Yokohama which was originally just a small fishing village into one of the major cities in Japan. Until this time, Yokohama remains popular among expatriates, and has one of the largest Chinatowns in the world and still maintain some of the former residence West of Yamate district.
Nagasaki, a port city that is attractive and there is on the island of Kyushu with capital of Nagasaki Prefecture. As one of the closest in Japan port towards mainland Asia, Nagasaki has a very important role in trade relations to foreign countries for centuries and the most important port of the very few open only to a limited extent from foreign merchants during the period of isolation Japan.
In the new history, Nagasaki became the second city after Hiroshima to be destroyed by atomic bombs in World War II. Meganebashi is Japan’s oldest stone bridge. If you look at the bridge will be reflected in the water, why is called Meganebashi because quite clearly. At the Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Museum, you can study the suffering after the atomic bomb on August 9, 1945, before the independence of Indonesia.
Ishigaki Island — Is an island in the Yaeyama Islands and became a transportation hub in the region. Ishigaki City, is the most southern city in Japan, the center of the city’s main airport is the site of Yaeyama that exists in the region as well as terminal, boats, and lots of hotels, shops, restaurants and bars that are on the Ishigaki Island. White sand and blue sea that you can find around Ishigaki will feels soothing. the suggestion from yoshiewafa to You in order to observe the coral reefs and fish go up the glass bottom boat.
8. The Kagoshima
Kagoshima — Is a major city located south of Kyūshū region with the capital of Kagoshima Prefecture. The city is also often compared to a city that is in Italy i.e. Naples because it has the same mild climate, Palm trees lining the streets, angry residents are relatively hot and Sakurajima, Kagoshima Vesuvius. An active volcano, it is very easily accessible by using the ferry boat, if you want to see the panorama of nature that exists on the island of Kyushu, can go to several places that are on the city Observatory.