Places to ride your bike around Japan

Kanto Tour Bike-ride 2019.07.19
It's always nice to walk around in your own pace or to take the convenient Japanese public transport to get around. But why not travel around with a bicycle? Here are a few suggestions for you for places to ride a bicycle.


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Do you like riding a bike?
Find your renta-cycle spots in these popular destinations.

Nasu, Tochigi Prefecture

Borrow your bike at the Nasu Blasen Base.
This shop also offers information about the local area and even do bike tours around the area.
Open on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month during May till November.
From 9:00 - 12:30
See the markets at Oh-hinata for local produce.
Don't feel like riding a bike? That's okay, there's a nice day-trip plan just for you.
Karuizawa, Nagano Prefecture
Stay at the Karuizawa Prince Hotel to rent their bikes and get around the area.
  • Get going on your bike!
  • Go into the town for local store shopping.
Bise, Okinawa Prefecture
The avenue is covered in Fukugi Trees native to the area.
The Bise, Fukugi Tree Avenue is a beautiful spot along the coast of Okinawa.
  • There's a local rental cycle shop near the entrance, or there's an option of riding the buffalo along the avenue.
  • The Fuku-chan buffalo ride.
Are you an active person who likes getting around on feet or by bike?
Sure there are more options available around Japan but here are just a few to start with.
Hope these suggestions helped to widen your options for your travel around Japan.

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