Attractions in Japan.
There are a great many attractions in Japan, you do not need to go far, so as not to stumble upon some unique place. No matter how many times you visit Japan, you can always find something new for yourself. Among the attractions of Japan, there are those whose description you can easily find on the Internet, and there are little-known corners, the path to which can only be suggested by local residents. So look carefully around, so as not to view any curiosity.
We will list only the main attractions of Japan, which you can meet on your trip.
The best attractions in Japan.
Mount Fuji. Almost a business card of Japan. The snow from the top does not melt all summer, giving us the opportunity to admire the white glow of its slopes. The sacred mountain of the Japanese was noted in many photographs and samples of classical Japanese painting.
Inuyama Castle. One of the oldest castles in Japan is located near the city of Nagoya. The castle has the title of the national treasure of Japan.
International Manga Museum. This entertaining museum dedicated to the world-famous Japanese comics is located in Kyoto.
The Little Prince Museum. This museum in Hakon is dedicated to the work of Antoine de Saint-Exupery. The museum is designed in the Provencal style and even has a real French restaurant. Entrance here costs 1500 JPY.
Miraikan Museum. In this museum in Tokyo, you can get acquainted with the most amazing Japanese technologies. And even feel with your own hands, because the museum is interactive. The ticket costs 620 JPY for an adult and 210 JPY for a child under 18.
Bunraku National Theatre. The art of puppet theater in Japan is not a single hundred years old. The theater is located in Osaka, and you can easily visit any performance. The children will be especially delighted.
Gion district in Kyoto. Kyoto Historic District, protected by the state. It is home to geishas, and you can experience their ancient skills in any of the local teahouses.
Happo-en Garden. One of the most beautiful and oldest parks in Tokyo, which is called the “Garden of Eight Landscapes”. The garden is located in one of the busiest and most bustling areas of the city — Sirokanedai.
Kabuki-za theater. The world-famous theater with ancient traditions is located in Tokyo. The Japanese are awed by the Kabuki theater art with its dense makeup and complex outfits. Women’s roles here are traditionally played by men.
Tokyo TV Tower. The famous building in Tokyo has a huge height and outlines similar to the Eiffel Tower. You can climb the tower and view the city from a height of many meters.
Fushimi Inari Temple. A stunning temple of Japanese female deities is located in the vicinity of Kyoto.
Kinkaku-ji temple . This magnificent Buddhist sanctuary is sometimes called the Golden Pavilion. There is a temple in Kyoto and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
More information about the sights of Japan can be found on the pages of our website dedicated to its cities.