The Kansai region 関西地方

  • Published on : 01/03/2020
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The Kansai region, the cultural and spiritual heart of Japan

At the center of the political and cultural life of Japan for more than 1000 years, due to the presence of the ancient and illustrious imperial capitals, Kyoto and Nara, the Kansai region enjoys a history and heritage like no other. A stay in the Kansai is a must during any visit to Japan; a multifaceted region offering visitors both the discovery of its many Unesco World Heritage treasures and the urban excitement of cities like Osaka and Kobe.

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