The Kanto (関東, Kantō, literally "east of the border") is Japan's largest plain and very densely populated. The large metropolises of Tokyo and Yokohama are located in the Kanto Region which consists of seven prefectures.

Top destinations in Kanto

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Izu Oshima

The largest island among the Izu Islands.
3.8 / 5
113
1

Kamakura••

Small city full of historic treasures.
4.4 / 5
3,960
2

Hakone

National park with views of Mount Fuji.
4.1 / 5
3,146
3

Yokohama

Japan's second largest city.
4.0 / 5
4,520
4

Kawasaki

Sandwiched between Tokyo and Yokohama.
2.8 / 5
580
2

Narita

Site of Tokyo's international airport.
2.9 / 5
1,956
1

Chichibu

Rural city know for its festival and shrines.
3.7 / 5
33
2

Kawagoe

Former castle town known as the Little Edo.
3.4 / 5
913
3

Saitama

City north of Tokyo with a few places of interest.
3.0 / 5
634
3

Manza Onsen

Hot spring resort with Japan's most sulfuric waters.
3.5 / 5
54
4

Shima Onsen

Calm hot spring town in a mountain valley.
3.9 / 5
28
5

Minakami

Popular hot spring and outdoor resort.
3.5 / 5
267
6

Ikaho Onsen

Hot spring resort famous for its stone stairs.
3.2 / 5
326
7

Tomioka

Site of a Japan's first modern silk factory.
3.1 / 5
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Nikko•••

Site of Nikko Toshogu, Ieyasu's mausoleum.
4.3 / 5
3,048
2

Nasu-Shiobara

Resort area with hiking trails and hot springs.
3.2 / 5
203
3

Kinugawa Onsen

Hot spring resort with theme parks near Nikko.
3.1 / 5
495
4

Utsunomiya

Prefectural capital of Tochigi Prefecture.
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Hotels around Kanto Region

Page last updated: October 28, 2017