The Dragon Route, the route that symbolizes the Shoryudo, cuts south-to-north through the middle of the Japanese archipelago and is shaped like a dragon ascending into the sky from Nagoya, the region's largest city, with Noto Peninsula as its head.
Remnants of Japan's "good old days" can be found along the Nostalgic Route.
The Jurassic Route is home to one of the world's three largest dinosaur museums, located in a region where numerous dinosaur fossils have been unearthed.
The Platinum Alpine Route is a 90-kilometer route that takes you across a range of mountains 3,000 meters high via cablecar, ropeway, bus, and trolleybus.
During the early modern period, the artist Utagawa Hiroshige created ukiyo-e paintings that depicted the 53 post towns along the Tokaido highway that connected Edo (Tokyo) with Kyoto, in a style influenced by Western impressionists.
Ise-jingu Shrine — where the spirit of Japan lives, and a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage destination for people of the early modern period.
Five million people from around Japan have visited Ise on foot.