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Things To Do In Japan, Asia

Explore the country of volcanoes and earthquakes to its best on how it has stood firm even after so many disasters. Its diversity attracts tourists from all over the world

Tokyo

Visit Japan’s capital, Tokyo that has a unique blend of culture, fashion, shopping, and delicious food.

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Tokyo City

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Tokyo Tower
Imperial Palace
This world-famous Imperial Palace - the largest castle, is a must-visit place in Tokyo.
Feel the tranquility while strolling through the beautiful serene Japanese-style gardens around the palace.
Enjoy the walk during Cherry Blossom season when pink and white shades of Chidorigafuchi Moat adorn the surrounding scenery

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Cherry Blossom In Japan
Kyoto
If you want to explore the traditional Japanese Culture, Kyoto has been blessed with many temples, shrines, and palaces that attract tourists from all over the world.
Visit the Kiyomizudera temple that is popular for its large wooden terrace

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Fushimi Inari-taisha is the head shrine of the kami Inari, located in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto. The shrine became the object of imperial patronage during the early Heian period.

The Fushimi Inari Shrine

Hiroshima
After the unfortunate atomic bomb attack in 1945, witness how this city has developed and become a world-famous tourist attraction.
Visit the amazingly unique Itsukushima Shrine built on the top of the water. This is one of the world heritage sites in Hiroshima
Another world heritage site is the Atomic Bomb Dome that stands as Hiroshima Peace Memorial serving as a symbol for the world’s prayers for peace and an end to nuclear weapons.

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Hakone
Visit the city of hot springs that is also blessed with the natural beauty of Ashinoko lake with Mount Fuji views
Takayama
If you want to explore traditional Japan, visit this city that boasts having stunningly preserved Old Town and an open-air museum.
Mount Fuji
Tour to Japan is incomplete without visiting the tallest mountain and an    active volcano. Check your luck to get a clear view of this sacred mountain.

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Mount Fuji
Nikko
Visit the world-famous Shinto shrine Toshogu in Nikko
Nikko National Park
Also, the Nikko National Park boasts picturesque views of lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, mountainous landscapes, and hiking trails.
Osaka
Visit Osaka, the large metropolitan city with modern architecture. Osaka Castle is a historical landmark. It is also famous for its nightlife and delicious street food.
Apart from historical sites, Japan is also blessed with hundreds of waterfalls like the Nachi Waterfall, and Hiji Waterfall.
Autumn Colors
Visit the picturesque mountain stream Oirase And witness the different shades of leaves changing to orange, brown, yellow, and red in Japanese Autumn.
Volcanoes
Although considered as a source of destruction, some volcanoes in Japan have become tourist attractions due to their scenic views and soothing hot springs.
So, be it history, nature, culture, shopping, food, or even entertainment, Japan is a country that is blessed with an abundance of all. When are you visiting Japan?