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CHIBA

CHIBA

Chiba Prefecture is just next to Tokyo and home of Narita Airport. It is an area packed with activities, where you can experience the charming Japanese culture, Japanese food and shopping. In Chiba you can visit historical townscapes and explore plenty of nature in both the mountains and the sea. Not to mention, the noumerous gourmet and shopping spots, where you can enjoy fresh seafood and more. Chiba is just a stone's throw away from Tokyo, so why shouldn't you enjoy the trip, at your next visit to Japan. Here, we are going to introduceyou to a few ideas how to travel around Chiba.
 
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Experience history and nature in Chiba!

Right near Narita Airport! 
Enjoy the Retro Atmosphere of Naritasan Omotesando Road

Right near Narita Airport! Enjoy the Retro Atmosphere of Naritasan Omotesando Road

A 10-minute train ride away from Narita International Airport, Narita Omotesando Road is a popular spot, home to a shrine, a retro cityscape, and culinary delicacies. The authentic Japanese cityscape is truly worth a look. Come take a walk down Naritasan Omotesando Road!    Walk to...

Hints on how to enjoy Mother Farm, accessible from Tokyo

Hints on how to enjoy Mother Farm, accessible from Tokyo

Mother Farm is a famous sightseeing spot known to all Japanese on the Boso Peninsula of Chiba. Not only can you pet animals, but pick fruit as well. There's so much to do that a single day is not enough! The DiGJAPAN! Editorial staff has gathered all the information you need to make the...

 

Lets fully enjoy the Japanese spring in Chiba!

Strawberry Picking at Dragon Farm!

Strawberry Picking at Dragon Farm!

Looking for some adventures in Japan that you won’t find in your typical guidebook? Follow the springtime travels of Farng and Iki from the DiGJAPAN! editorial staff as they visit the lovely Chiba Prefecture for a day of strawberry picking at Dragon Farm.

 

Chiba's shopping spots Convenient! Popular!

We visited some popular stores at AEON MALL

We visited some popular stores at AEON MALL

AEON MALL is a large chain of shopping malls all over Japan. Each mall houses comprehensive supermarket, specialty shops, food courts, etc. For the locals, an AEON MALL is a place to spend the weekends with their families. A surprising number of non-Japanese people use AEON MALL too. But what...

The 7 most popular supermarket products shared on social media

The 7 most popular supermarket products shared on social media

Just as Japanese tourists overseas get excited to visit local supermarkets, visitors from overseas enjoy visiting supermarkets in Japan. Displays and products that are part of the everyday landscape for Japanese are rare and fresh for foreign tourists. Visitors often post pictures of snacks,...

 
 
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