If you are seeking somewhere to go on holiday, let’s visit a gorgeous island country to experience new exotic adventures.
Dubbed “ land of rising sun” and “ land of cherry blossom”, Japan is commonly considered to be one of the breathtakingly beautiful island countries in the world. Located in East Asea, it covers an area of 364,485 square kilometers of land and 13,430 square kilometers of water, making it the 62nd largest nation in the world and its closest neighbors are Korea, China, Russia but does not share its border with any other countries Japan is formed by a string of thousands of islands, of which the four largest are as follow: Honshu, Hokkaido,Kyushu and Shikoku. Though it must suffer from extreme volcanos and earthquakes, there is no doubt that tourists cannot resist its hidden beauty of nature. Japan is ideal destination offering visitors many must-come places and interesting activites.
It is easy to understand why Tokyo- the capital of Japan is always on the list of world- famous attractions. This bustle city consists of almost every key features of daily life in Japan, which shows a blend of modernity and tradition. The climate in most of the major cities, including Tokyo, is temperate to subtropic. Tourists who set foot in Tokyo have chance of enjoying a vibrant life. The Tokyo Tower is a landmark of Tokyo functioning a communication and observation. The inspiration of its design is derived from the design that of Eiffel tower and it is said to be a testament to the enormous power of advanced technology of the Japanese. It is exciting for visitors to take overral views of Tokyo and the surroundings. Besides the sensational beauty of Tokyo Imperial Palace that dates back to 17th century is expected to bring you tranquil sceneries. It is mainly used to welcome administration center, a museum and welcome the guests.
Do not miss the opportunity to pay a visit to the shopping heaven Ginza, especiallu if you a shoppaholic. It satisfies any private preferences with all the luxury brands from around the world and even stores that produce custom-made boutiques.
The majestic Mount Fuji , the highest mountain in Japan, is 3,776 meters (12,388 ft) in height. The prominent place is not only frequently a rich source of inspiration for art photograph and literature but a tourist attraction for anyone taking an interest in climbing and sightseeing. Statistics show that a far more than 200,000 people climb Mount Fuji every year, and one-third of whom are foreigners. The farther distance you go, the more spectacular view you take of the sunrise and sunsets. The official climbing season start from early July to mid September during During this period the mountain is usually free of snow, the weather is relatively comfortable. In order to take a hike to the summit of Mount Fuji, it is necessary for tourists to bring the proper equipment together such as: proper shoes and clothes, food, drink,ect… Remember that safety is always a top priority.
Kyoto, one of the largest Japan’s cities, is noted as the residence of the high-educated universities and Japan’s cultural center. The city is also home to old architecture, much of which is influenced by Buddhism and lies in the designs of temples. With 30 of the city’s temples still serving as centers of Buddhism, it is an ideal place for anyone who want to broaden knowledge about religion. Golden Pavilion, known as Kinkaku-ji, is definitely the most popular temple in Kyoto. It was originally built as a retirement villa for Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu in the late 14th century. It was burnt down in 1950 and rebuilt 5 year later.