What Your Japan Tour Packages Must Have?

What Your Japan Tour Packages Must Have?

Japan is one of the most exciting countries in the world. The islands where the Japanese people live have a tradition of over 3000 years. Buildings dating millenniums ago and tradition festivals lasting for hundreds if not thousands of years can be witnessed today. They look almost the same as in the beginning.

In this article, we’re going to show you some of the most important things you should visit in Japan. Lots of Japan tours can be found for these locations and it’s best if you can combine them together to see most of this glorious land. These are the must see places in Japan:

Mount Fuji

The most spectacular panorama in all of Japan is seeing Mount Fuji with its glorious top covered in snow. It’s one of the symbols of Japan, no doubt. Climbing in the highest place in Japan is very popular both among locals and tourists. Almost half a million people visit the mountain each year. The sightseeing and nature are amazing and the feeling being on one of the three Japanese holy mountains is extraordinary too.

Pick a Sakura festival

Another well-known symbol of Japan is the blossoming of the cherry tree. The time of the blossoming is a very important time of the year for Japanese people and a lot of festivals celebrating this moment are held all around the country. In the region of Tokyo which is very close to Mount Fuji, you can visit some of the dozen festivals happening in early spring.

Tokyo

They say Japan is the number one country in the world in using technology. This is a true challenge and we can’t make such fast judgments, but being in Tokyo will surely make you feel like you’re on another planet.

Tokyo is the capital of Japan and is the ultra modern capital of east Asia. Visiting this place is like seeing how the future looks like. Make sure you have it in your plans.

Kyoto

On the other side, Kyoto is the real proof of how Japan really is traditional. You might see the skyscrapers of Tokyo and robots on the streets, but once in Kyoto, you realize that Japanese people nurture their tradition a lot.

In Kyoto you’ll see everything Japan used to be and that you’ve read about in the books. Traditional clothing, traditional architecture, and traditional way of life in every sense. The only things you won’t see on the streets are samurai battles and the emperor riding on a horse.

Kyoto temples

While in Kyoto, make sure you don’t miss the temples. Kiyomizu-Dera which is one of the most visited temples in Japan, Kinkakuji temple built more than 620 years ago, and Sanjusangendo temple with its glorious collection of 1001 real life-sized statues.

Hiroshima and Nagasaki

Although the two cities are very away from each other, it’s really important to visit them at least once in your lifetime. The cities where the only nuclear strike in the history of mankind happened is a true example of why it mustn’t happen again. It’s a living museum showing the devastation of humans.

Sake and sushi

Another symbol of Japan – sake, and sushi. Tourists love mixing these two together, but you should know that locals would never do that. Eat sushi first and enjoy the traditional Japanese cuisine, and later have some shots while enjoying karaoke. You know that Japanese people love karaoke and in their homeland, it’s no different.

Japanese people love to have a drink after work and sing some songs with their friends. If you really like to feel like a local, this must be on your list.


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