Top things to do in Japan
Starkly modern, yet remaining true to its roots, Japan is one of the richest Asian countries both economically and for the bewildering array of sights it presents to its lucky visitors. After changing course dramatically following WWII, Japan has gone from strength to strength and is as friendly as they come. Everything is done well here, from the upkeep of its brilliant attractions to safe transport and visitor welfare.
Geographically, Japan is Asia’s most diverse country and is outstandingly beautiful. Much of the island nation is blessed by mountain scenery, with quality snow in the wintertime leading to excellent skiing in Hokkaido, while contrasting tropical Okinawa in the south is blessed by beaches and great diving. The hiking in Japan is very rewarding and tours go from all main cities.
There is almost too much choice for sightseeing and activities in Japan, both in the glitzy cities and out in the lush countryside. There are famous landmarks like Mount Fuji and the Tokyo Tower, and to ancient shrines or cherry blossoms in culturally-rich Kyoto, along with a multitude of impressive zoos and aquariums.
Visitors could spend their time admiring and photographing traditional Japanese gardens; all shrines and temples have them. There are dozens of national parks, with those on Hokkaido offering volcanic scenery and numerous hot spring spas. Public bath houses in the towns can also offer therapeutic massage and the best spa resort hotels are typically well equipped with professional treatment rooms.
Guided tours are well established in this ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ and on hand for just about any sight or activity. The combination of knowledgeable, English-speaking locals and the national trait of wanting to please typically leads to an unforgettable experience. Whether visitors head for the foothills of Fuji on a day tour or save time on a city hop-on, hop-off tour or visit the famous Tsukiji Fish Market, they will not be disappointed.
Japan appeals to families too, as it is very safe and transport is comfortable and efficient. There is a sizeable focus on families with a whole host of family-style sights and things to do for kids. All the main theme parks are here, such as Disneyland, while accommodation for families is easier to find than in most countries.
Shopping options rival any world city and entire districts of the larger cities are given over to shopping and entertainment, such as Shinjuku and Roppongi in Tokyo. The capital is one of the best places in the world for electronic gadgets, but also draws those in search of quirky fashions and traditional Japanese arts and crafts.
Shopping and dining in the bustling fish markets is a venture all visitors should strive to do at least once. The home of sushi takes eating to the extreme and has all options on the table, from cheap Asian food courts to fast food burger giants and Michelin star sashimi. Eating out is the national pastime and it is worth a visit just to indulge.
Posted on 22 July 2016
Your winter event bucketlist won't be complete if you haven't experience the Sapporo Yuki Matsuri yet. Sapporo in Hokkaido, Japan is famous for skiing, beer and enormous ice sculptures. So for the adventure seekers and cultural lovers alike, here are things you can do during Sapporo Snow Festival.
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Kyoto served as Japan's national capital for more than a millennium, and it remains one of the country's most historic and beautiful cities to this day. Once tourists leave the ultra-modern Kyoto Stat...
Drinking, eating, and partying have long been among the main attractions in Osaka, Japan's third most populous city. Osaka is sometimes compared to the British city of Manchester because both cities w...
From humble beginnings as a fishing village called Edo 800 years ago, Tokyo has evolved into a vibrant and exciting city offering one of the best immersive vacation experiences in the world. Tokyo is...
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Tokyo Tower, standing 333 meters high in the centre of Tokyo, is the world's tallest, self-supported steel tower. The tower's main observatory offers...
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If you want to view the majestic Mt. Fuji, then this is your chance! grab this tour and explore Mt. Fuji as well as Hakone. Hakone is a part of the F...
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Visit Mt. Fuji, shop at Gotemba Premium Outlets, and enjoy sightseeing around the base of Mt. Fuji on this one-day tour. Travel by bus to The 5th Sta...
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You will begin your tour in Yakitori Alley, near Yurakucho, an area with many casual bar-style restaurants and the birthplace of yakitori, one of many...
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This tour will bring you to The Fuji Subaru Line 5th Station. This is the best developed and easiest to access by public transportation from Tokyo. Th...
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The driver will pick you up in the airport arrival area. The service will arrive earlier at the New Chitose Airport to make sure that you will be warm...
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Enter the world of Lewis Carol’s Alice in Wonderland. Avail of this special dinner plan and experience dining in a fantasy-themed restaurant located i...
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This is an exclusive dinner experience program. Enjoy the real Japanese food in the nostalgic space overlooking the townscape of the Kyoumachi townhou...
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Enjoy an exclusive Suiyaki or Shabu-shabu dinner at famous Kappo Azuki restaurant. The beef is very rare "Olive beef wagyu" from Shodo-shima island i...
US$79.00 / pax