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CENTRAL JAPAN

Shoryudo refers to the nine prefectures in Japan’s central Chubu and Hokuriku regions. The collective shape of these regions resembles a rising dragon, with the Noto Peninsula forming its head, Mie Prefecture its tail, and its body consisting of the remaining Chubu and Hokuriku prefectures, giving this sightseeing destination its nickname of "Shoryudo" the "Rising Dragon Region.

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Go Central Japan’s “Shoryudo” area is formed from the nine central Japan prefectures, Fukui, Ishikawa, Toyama, Shiga, Gifu, Nagano, Mie, Aichi, and Shizuoka.
Let’s look at the numerous tourist spots and attractions of these prefectures.

Central Japan Storys

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Highlights of Central Japan

This section highlights six different themes for you to enjoy in the Central Japan region.

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THE SHORYUDO’S FANTASTIC COURSES

The Shoryudo is comprised of four routes perfect for a trip of five to nine days.

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