Top Must See Attractions in Japan

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Are you planning to travel in Japan anytime soon? Well, that’s a good thing since Japan has recently offered multiple-entry visas for foreigners, thus giving you more leverage when it comes to repeat vacations. After all, Japan is one exquisite country that has a distinct culture and lifestyle everyone immediately falls in love with.

Japan has a lot of tourist attractions that are worth visiting. If you haven’t planned an itinerary yet, then here are some of the best destinations you should go to during your vacation:


Japan is often pictured to be a very busy, populated city, but actually that can only be found in Tokyo. If you want to be in the middle of Tokyo’s city life, then you must visit the Shinjuku district, where all the Japanese skyscrapers can be found. Yes, you’d feel like you’re in New York City, but only the signs are in Nihonggo.

Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fujis is always among the best places to check out in Japan. It’s more than just the country’s highest peak; it has also been a symbol of Japan’s simple but totally classic beauty. You may want to visit Mt. Fuji during the spring, as it is the most ideal time to take pictures and hike around the mountainside.

Osaka and Himeji Castles

If you’re going to travel in Japan you may wish to visit Osaka, and pay its famous imperial castle a visit. Rich in history and culture, the Osaka Castle is one of the most precious landmarks in the country. It is also in close proximity to the Himeji Castle, which boasts a wide array of Zen gardens on its yards.

One thought on “Top Must See Attractions in Japan

  1. Awesome post with great info dear! Thanks for sharing this amazing blog with everyone.I would like to add my favorite places in japan are: Kiyomizudera in Kyoto and Golden Pavillion, although beautiful and more.

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