Welcome to Chiba Prefecture!
Narita International Airport and Chiba Port make Chiba Prefecture the gateway to Japan.
We’ll show you some features of Chiba, with its mild climate and harmony between the urban and rural.
The beautiful sands of Kujukuri Beach line the grand Pacific Ocean.
Hosting crowds of swimmers and surfers.
With the sea on 3 sides, Chiba Prefecture has access to the freshest fish.
Many visitors come to enjoy the warm weather and flowers in the Boso Peninsula.
Visitors can enjoy the ever changing colors of the Yoro Ravine in any season.
The Oyama-Senmaida is the closest terraced rice paddy to Tokyo, and the only one in Japan to use rain water alone to cultivate.
With a history of more than 1000 years, Naritasan Shinshoji is the head temple of the Singon Buddhist sect’s Chisan group and gets more than 10-million visitors every year.
In Sawara, known as “the Little Edo of Hokuso”, a boat ride is a relaxing way to take in the atmosphere of the Edo Period.
The Sawara Big Festival is a 300 year old tradition where floats carrying tall dolls parade through the old streetscape of the “Little Edo of Hokuso”.
The Ohara Naked Festival is a tradition continued from the Edo Period to pray for a good harvest and good fishing.
Portable shrines enter the sea and clash amongst the rough waves.
Makuhari New City continues to develop as a futuristic international city in Chiba Prefecture.
Every year millions of guests come to the international conferences and events held at Makuhari Messe.
Please come and experience for yourself the many charms of Chiba Prefecture.
Welcome! To Chiba Prefecture!