Largest entertainment city of West Coast
Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Venice Beach... You name it! All of these famous cities are all in LA! Knowing there are many celebrities living in LA, there are so many distinct and stylish houses. LA is one of the biggest entertainment city with abundant nature, so people can visit National Parks during the weekends and enjoy marine sports the next day.
Popular resort island
Among all the islands of Hawaii, Oahu is the most well-known popular island. Other islands that tourists can visit include Island of Hawaii, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, and Kauai. Usually Oahu is the "Hawaii" that many Japanese people recognize as. Not just Waikiki, but there are other great local places, like North Shore, Kailua, Waimanalo, Kaimuki, Haleiwa, etc. that you should check out when you are in Hawaii!
A city by the sea where time passes slowly
Popular with Japanese people in recent years, San Diego is also famous for its resort town of La Jolla, a large US military base, and the San Diego Zoo. San Diego isn't as big as Los Angeles, but it's easy to access and very importantly, relaxing. The security is good overall and the city is kept clean. It seems to be a popular city for wealthy Americans buying homes for vacations and retiring. The beach is beautiful, safe, and comfortable to enjoy, making it a suitable city for families with small children.
Home of the IT industry
San Francisco is world-famous as a city where Google, Facebook, Instagram, Amazon, and famous big companies are located. Many Nikkei live in downtown San Francisco and along the coast of the Bay Area in the direction of San Jose. The headquarters of many IT companies are located in the Bay Area, and the average annual income is by far the highest. Famous universities Berkeley and Stanford are also located in the San Francisco Bay Area. Nostalgic with its colorful houses on the hills, San Francisco is a popular tourist destination, including the Golden Bridge.