JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE
Plan your trip to Japan
Japan has a special place in my heart as it was my first time in Asia. There is no better introduction to the asian continent than visiting Japan! I can confidently say that Japan is one of those countries that does not disappoint anyone. One of the reasons why people like it so much is because of the amount of contrasts that you will find during your trip. From hectic Tokyo to traditional Kyoto, Japan’s different landscapes and environments will fascinate you.
Japan’s cleanliness and organization is also surprising. Not only that. Its advanced technology, delicious gastronomy and beautiful architecture, mixed with an enormous cultural influence from the past, will ensure that you enjoy your entire trip.
PLACES TO VISIT IN JAPAN
Tips for every destination
Japan is a country with many places to visit.
Some of the places you must visit in Japan are Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Takayama, Nara, Mount Fuji (I recommend you see it from Chureito Pagoda), Hiroshima, Koya-San and Kamikochi.
Below you can find my published blog posts about the different areas in Japan.
Tokyo is very bustling and modern, Kyoto is the exact opposite, it stands out for its authenticity and tradition. It was the capital of Japan for many centuries. Today, it is the artistic and cultural center of the country. A walk through the city has to include a visit to Fushimi Inari-taisha Shrine, Kinkakuji Temple, Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Eikando Zenrinji Temple, Nishiki Market. Although the best thing will be to lose yourself in the streets of Gion.
The incredible city of Tokyo, capital of Japan, is one of the best places to visit in the country. After spending some time in the city, you will begin to be fascinated by the incredible contrast in the streets of Tokyo. It is a very modern and bustling city. While you stroll the city, you’ll run into things that you did not know existed.
Some of the best places to visit in Tokyo are the Imperial Palace, the Ginza district, the Sensō-ji Temple, Ueno Park, the Meiji Shrine, Kabukicho, Takeshita Street, the Shibuya crossing, the Shinjuku district, and more!