Tokyo, the country's capital, is located 170 miles (274 kilometers) east of Tsushima, while Nagoya is 9 miles (14 kilometers) to the east.
Discover why Ehime is so frequented by travelers, by taking to the road and experiencing the treasure-trove of cultural and scenic attractions surrounding Tsushima. If you'd like to find even more ways to enjoy the region, check out the Yokkaichi Dome and Suzuka International Racing Course (Suzuka Circuit) in the vicinity of Yokkaichi, which lays 16 miles (26 kilometers) to the northeast of Tsushima.
When it's time to spread your wings, why not visit the nearest center. Nagoya lays 9 miles (14 kilometers) away and is home to attractions like Nagoya Rainbow Hall, Chukyo Racecourse and Tokugawa Art Museum. Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Garden, Nagoya University and Nagoya Dome are also good spots for calling into before heading back to Tsushima.
There is nothing that unlocks doors in this incredibly diverse world of ours quite like language, so take the time to memorize some relevant Japanese words and phrases prior to departure. "Isshoni odorimasenka?" is the Japanese way to say "Would you like to dance with me?" "Where's the toilet?" is another good one know, so practice pronouncing "Benjo wa doko desu ka?"
As your sojourn comes to close, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Sayōnara"