Founded in 1956, the association was established by 5,500 travel agencies across Japan and has the largest number of members in Japan.
Japan Tourism Agency-designated association of approximately 600 companies headquartered in Tokyo
A 27-hole championship course with a view of Mt. Fuji that has a track record of hosting JLPGA tournaments in Shizuoka Prefecture
A classic Scottish style golf course with well-placed ponds and bunkers with 27 holes designed by American golf course architect, Pete Dye (Dye Designs) in Yamanashi Prefecture.
One of Japan‘s representative championship golf course where the first (2000) to third (2002) editions of the Japan Golf Tour Championship, one of the three major men's professional golf tournaments in Japan have been hosted in Tochigi Prefecture.
A woodland championship course surrounded by red pine forests at the foot of the Nasu Mountain Range in Tochigi Prefecture, designed by Robert Von Hagge to be the most beautiful and exciting golf course in Japan.
The only golf course consists of 36 holes in Kagoshima Prefecture with a scenic view of the Kirishima Mountain Range designated as a national park.
Ａ 27-hole course with a panoramic view of Kirishima mountain range to the east and the majestic Sakurajima to the south, combined with its iconic pond scenery designed by Mitsuaki Kobayashi, well known as "Water Kobayashi” in Kagoshima Prefecture.