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  • picture around Ibaraki Airport Ibaraki Airport

    The 3rd major airport in the Tokyo Metropolitan area

    Ibaraki Airport is an air gateway to Ibaraki Prefecture. This airport connects Ibaraki Prefecture to Sapporo, Kobe, Fukuoka and Naha. In addition to those domestic flights, there are regular international flights to Shanghai and Shenzhen. Ibaraki Airport is used by many tourists and is the third major airport after Haneda and Narita airports.

    You can start Ibaraki prefecture tourism from the airport smoothly if you use a rental car. You can rent a car at the rental car reception counter located next to the police booth near the exit of the domestic arrival lobby.

    The Kashima Shrine is one of three major Shrines of Togoku and is a famous tourist attraction in Ibaraki Prefecture. Kashima Shrine is about 53 minutes by car from Ibaraki Airport along prefectural road 8 → prefectural road 50 → National Route 354 → National Route 18. The Kashima Soccer Stadium is about 11 minutes by car from the Kashima Shrine via the Kashima bypass.

  • picture around Mito Station Mito Station

    The hub station of Mito city in Ibaraki prefecture

    Mito Station is a hub station of Mito City in Ibaraki Prefecture. The Joban Line, the Suigun Line and the Oaraikashima Line are available. Since there are a lot of schools and companies, the Mito Station is used by many students and adults.

    You will be able to travel efficiently if you use a rental car when you go to various tourist attractions from Mito Station. There is a car rental service office located across the Hotel Mets near the north exit of the station.

    Kairaku-en (park) is a famous tourist attraction in Mito City and is one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. The Kairaku-en (park) is about 7 minutes from Mito Station by car to the west along prefectural road 50. You can enjoy cycling and boating around Lake Senba which is a representative lake of Mito. It is located next to the Kairaku-en (park). In addition, the Tokugawa Museum which is related to the Tokugawa Family, is in the Kairaku-en (park) area.

  • picture around Tsukuba Station Tsukuba Station

    The station to the Tsukuba Science City

    Tsukuba City is known as the "Tsukuba Science City", home to hundreds of nationalized and privatized research institutions. The station to represent Tsukuba City is Tsukuba Station. The Metropolitan Intercity Railway Tsukuba Express stops at this station.

    There are many tourist attractions in Tsukuba City. You might need to use a rental car depending on the location you are planning to visit. There is a car rental service office located near Exit A3 of Tsukuba Station.

    Ushiku Daibutsu is a famous tourist attraction in Tsukuba City. It is a 120m tall bronze Buddha statue and is registered in the Guinness Book of Records as one of the world's tallest statues. The Ushiku Daibutsu is about 30 minutes drive from Tsukuba Station to the northeast along prefectural road 24 → Metropolitan Inter-City Expressway (The Ken-O Expressway). Mount Tsukuba is one of Japan's 100 Famous Mountains and is about an hour by car along Gakuen Higashi O-Dori (road) and the Fruit Line (road).