The Kanto region, encompassing the dynamic capital of Tokyo, traditional mountain villages, and subtropical islands, offers a perfect blend of modernity and tradition. While Tokyo bustles with contemporary energy, the surrounding areas showcase hot springs, untouched mountain gorges, and natural beaches. Discover the region's UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the majestic Nikko shrines and temples, or explore the quaint streets of Kamakura. Visit the vibrant coastal city of Yokohama, featuring the famous Chinatown and picturesque harbor. Experience the breathtaking beauty of Mt. Takao or take a relaxing getaway to the idyllic Ogasawara Islands. Unwind in the soothing hot springs of Hakone or attend the striking Chichibu Night Festival. Whether you're seeking urban excitement, cultural exploration, or tranquil retreats, Kanto offers an unforgettable experience for travelers of all interests and tastes.
Valid rail and bus passes:
The Kanto region has a multitude of railway and bus passes that make it easier to get around.
Check out our listings below for passes that are valid within the Kanto region.
The most convenient airport in the region is Haneda International Airport in Tokyo.
We recommend the following options for staying connected in Japan: