What is the HASHIWATASHI PROJECT?

In July 2018, many regions of Japan were severely damaged by extensive flooding.
Thanks to generous support from numerous quarters, each of these regions is gradually returning to its previous, unharmed state.
Tourist numbers are increasing once again, and as people and regions come together, the circle of good cheer and smiles is widening.
The HASHIWATASHI PROJECT is a project to showcase the attractions of these regions to people throughout Japan and around the world, bringing sightseers and the people of these communities together in laughter and smiles.

This website disseminates noteworthy tourism information about the fascinating and exciting attractions of these 13 prefectures, including festivals and other events, recommended sightseeing spots, seasonal foodstuffs and much more.

The website is updated regularly, bringing you a wide range of useful and intriguing information, so be sure to watch this space.

Gifu, Kyoto, Hyogo, Tottori, Shimane, Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi, Tokushima, Kagawa, Ehime, Kochi and Fukuoka Prefectures

This project was commissioned by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry as part of its “2018 Project for Expanding Consumption by Conveying Information on the Chugoku and Other Regions.”

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