6. Tokachidake Onsen in Kamifuranocho (Hokkaido)
Look at all that powder! Doesn't it make you want to hit the slopes?
5. Battleship Island (Nagasaki)
Of course, Japan has plenty of interesting architectural spots to enjoy as well. From the ruins of Battleship Island, or Gunkanjima, to stunning castles and giant Buddhist statues, there are lots sights to be enjoyed throughout the country!
4. Tono Village (Iwate)
Judging from this aerial view of the Tono Furusato Village in Tono, Iwate Prefecture, it's not hard to see why Tono City's nickname, "The City of Folklore," still persists to this day.
3. Ushiku Daibutsu (Ibaraki)
From this video you can truly see just how massive the second-tallest Buddha statue in the world is.
2. Matsumoto Castle (Nagano)
As captured in the video, the gray city buildings surrounding Matsumoto Castle are a stark contrast to the black "Crow Castle."
1. Tsuruga Castle (Fukushima)
It's hard to believe this peaceful and serene snow-covered castle was once the Tohoku regional stronghold for the Tokugawa Shogunate.
Obviously, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of other drone videos out there that show off all of Japan’s awesome destinations. Be sure to explore more on YouTube to help feed your ever-growing wanderlust!