There are currently more than 3,000 campsites scattered all over Japan, mostly owned and managed by public bodies. Public campgrounds are cheaper than their company-owned counterparts, and offer simpler amenities. It is also slightly different in Japan, where as opposed to just an open field there are always some facilities available. Some campsites offer tents, cooking tools, and other necessities for rent, while others even offer meat and vegetable sets for that quintessential barbecue. More than Tents and Cars Japanese camping isn't just about tents or cars. Some campgrounds offer more convenient camping options, such as cabins, bungalows, and the like, are also available to rent. Take note that not all places provide everything for rent; it is important to check on their website to see what is available. Also, some campsites are not open all year-round, and it is best to reserve your spot as early as possible, especially if you are planning to go during the peak season. Most campground websites are in Japanese, if you need help on making arrangements, please contact us. Best Places to Go 1.Hokkaido 2.Tohoku 3.Hokuriku 4.Kanto 5.Kansai 6.Tokai 7.Shikoku 8.Kyushu
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