|Above, an Isuzu Elf motorhome.|
Most articles on vacationing in Japan generally focus on hotels, ryokans, airlines, attractions and food. But I found something different.
I recently came across an article on an interesting way to see Japan: by RV.
No, it is not about getting a giant raft with enormous pontoons and engine to take your recreational vehicle across the Pacific to Japan. RVing in Japan is a concept not too many people here have thought about, but it is one that is gaining in popularity.
iRV2.com website posted an article on seeing Japan by recreational vehicle.
Camping in Japan seems like an unbelievable concept to the average Westerner but did you know that renting a RV is one of the more affordable ways to explore Japan’s lush countryside and hidden tourist gems?
If the number of Japanese camping car shows are any indication, the popularity of exploring Japan by recreational vehicle is a growing phenomena among citizens. In America and Europe, homes on wheels are known as “RVs” but in Japan these tiny rolling houses are called “Camper Cars.”To read more, go here.