Recommended Great Tourist Attractions In Japan

Communication in Japan could be a challenge. At least one travel insurance will give you peace of mind.
Visit some ancient temples
There is no shortage of temples in Japan. Kyoto has hundreds of them. While the temples of Kyoto, can certainly be the best of the bunch, there are also large groups of impressive temples in the vicinity of Nara, and Kamakura, an easy day trip from Tokyo. Wherever you are, you are sure to find at least a local shrine. One can make a wish rang the bell at the front of the chapel, followed by clapping his hands together. Also look out for those attending the sale of small papers that tell your fortune. Finding someone to translate, then tied to a tree as the locals, and make a wish.

Bullet train ride
Wonder of modern engineering Japan, the Shinkansen, also known as the bullet train by foreigners, must be experienced to be appreciated. In about 300 kilometers per hour, shifts are quick, but surprisingly mild and pleasant. Well groomed and dressed in train attendants serve snacks during the trip. Organize a Japan Rail Pass before arriving in Japan for a good deal of unlimited travel.

Try Japanese cuisine
Famous Japanese dishes including sushi, sashimi, tempura and miso soup have become popular in the west. Enjoy the real thing in Japan, and do not forget to ask around to find the local specialty. Each region has its own dish!
A visit to a local Izakaya, Japanese-style restaurant with pub type environment can become an issue strident. Menus are generally broad, and usually include a lot of bite-sized portions for people to share. Tasty seasoned grilled chicken sticks (yakitori) often are a specialty. In areas off the beaten track, do not be surprised if you receive a warm (but nice!) In noisy welcome from the local drinkers.
Bathing in hot springs
Skinny dipping with strangers may not be everyone's idea of ​​a good time, but if you can get past the initial inhibitions, is a great experience. Beautiful rotemburo (outdoor hot springs) occupy many amazing places, often in the mountains, surrounded by incredible scenery. Most hot springs are segregated, with a towel for modesty when you're out of the tub.
Go for a walk
Japan is a mountainous country, so hiking opportunities abound. Climbing Mount Fuji is a popular pastime for the Japanese, but there are plenty of other hills around, if you want to avoid crowds. The combination with a relaxing bath in the nearby hot springs to relax the muscles of the lids of his descent was a great day outdoors.
Visit Traditional Neighborhood
Japan is a mixture of old and new. Busy high contrast high-tech cities with traditional agriculture-based villages, but also modern cities like Tokyo still has traditional venues. Get a taste for the old Japan, with a stroll through one of these areas, and see old wooden houses, while the bustling fish vendors enthusiastically called for the business.

Akaishi Mountains



The Bullet Train

The 'Daibutsu' ('Giant Buddha' in Japanese) ofKamakura

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