Stretching 3,000 km from north to south, Japan has 34 National Parks filled with an abundance of nature and each with its own characteristics, encompassing diverse climates from the subarctic to the subtropical. Here, you can enjoy a wide variety of excellent activities, including winter sports in the fine powder snow also known as “Japow,” trekking in mountainous areas like the Japanese Alps, and diving in some of the world's clearest waters. Japan's National Parks are further defined by the people who live within their bounds. Travelers can actually stay in these parks, for unique experiences of the culture and history distinct to each one. Through interacting with locals, enjoying the food, the hot springs, and more, the cross-cultural experiences in Japan’s National Parks will take you on a journey to meet your new self.
If you’re a licensed Tour Guide-Interpreter, and knowledgeable about the National Parks of Japan, Voyagin wants you. Join the Voyagin Guides and introduce the natural wonders of Japan to the world. Click below to register (Japanese-language only) and put “National Park Guide” in the profile field.