Nagoya and beyond is Japan beyond the usual 

Flying four times a week from Manila to Nagoya, Jetstar makes it easy for Filipinos to explore the heart of Japan.

It’s easy to forget, when you’re in the middle of one of Japan’s cutting-edge mega-cities such as Tokyo or Osaka, or its beautifully landscaped cradles of culture and history such as Kyoto or Sapporo, that much of the country is, in fact, made up of mountains and peaks and rugged land. About 75 to 80 percent of Japan is mountainous terrain, the result of its geographical location atop four colliding tectonic plates under the Pacific, which crunches up the earth and accounts for the country’s long history with periodic earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis.

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