|Above, number 5 on the list is a campground on Miyajima near Hiroshima. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
It seems that the "camping bug" has bitten a number of foreign travelers of late.
Tsunagu Japan has posted a list of 10 campgrounds that should be of interest to foreign visitors. Japan does have RV rentals, but like driving a rental car in Japan, one must have a Japanese drivers license or an international drivers license in order to drive there.
But, visitors can tent camp or even rent a cabin at some of the campgrounds listed.
They begin their list with:
When you think of Japan, you think of buildings! People! Cars! If you're the kind of person that has that image of Japan, here is some information for you. 2/3s of Japan is forested, making it 3rd in the world ranking of countries with forestry. Japan is also ranked #6 in length of coastline. Now that you know that, did you know that the numbers of foreign travelers taking advantage of Japan's beautiful campgrounds is increasing? Here are some campgrounds that foreigners can easily enjoy!To see more, go here.