Asakusa is one of the most important touristic centers in Tokyo. Its ancient charm enchants both Japanese and foreigners, so wander around its streets is a must! Have fun experiencing traditional Japanese style in these 10 Ryokans in Asakusa area.
http://h-ieshima.jp/mhi/en/I have not been there. If your schedule is quite open, you should go. But,,,,,.
In Tokyo, I know there is the river alongside of park where you can see Koi. Here is the place. (sorry I could not find the site in English) https://www.gotokyo.org/jp/kanko/bunkyo/spot/10069.html But the river is far from park and you can not watch close by. So I inform some park a...
Tohoku will be covered with snow so there are many beautiful places.One of the most famous winter sights would be Mt. Hakkoda. It's a great ski mountain if you do skiing or snowboarding. Even if you don't, you can climb up all the way to the top with gondola and you can see frost-covered trees.ht...
Asakusa is home to the famous Senso-ji temple and other wonderful attractions. Come and stay at the 10 guesthouses and hostels in Asakusa for a comfortable trip.
You need to make an itinerary for what you want, and only you know what you like best. Japan has many different aspects - its many temples/shrines, castles, shopping, arts, museums, gardens, hot springs, hiking, folk crafts, festivals, nature, pop culture, cuisine and so on.So what interest...
You will find no shortage of temples and shrines in Kyoto - enough to last over a year. If you want to see the more traditional areas, there is Higashiyama, not to mention in the evening Pontocho and Gion.Kanazawa also has its chaya areas but the crown jewel of the city is the Kenrokuen Garden - ...
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We are in Tokyo for 3 days,Kanazawa for 1,then to Shirikawa,and on to Takayama.To Kyoto for 2 days,Hiroshima 2 days then to Nara finishing at Osaka for 2 days.SO our joy would be seeing Japanese old Shrines,Gardens ,Giesha areas,Sumo practise area knowing that the Sumo season will be over when we...
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Which part of Japan are you talking about?Nikko for shrineShirakawago for local citizens houses.
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Hi,Japan has a lot of hot springs,it is called ONSEN,some Japanese hot springs can take hot springs together,man and woman,it is called KONYOKU system,if you are interested.
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'Funahashi Andersen Park' is one of the good spot for children.URL: https://www.park-funabashi.or.jp/and/Other spot:https://livejapan.com/en/spot-list/cate-cm0113/cond-english-review-article/?cost=min-max&sflg=0&ks
Have fun exploring an important piece of Japanese culture with this list of the 10 best onsen Ryokans in Yugawara onsen, one of the best onsen area in all Kanagawa Prefecture!
I do not know about Izu but I know one shop in kawaguchi Saiatam , they do diving tours to izu and Aoi one of the staff there speak enough English. https://www.energy-dc.com/
Sake also called “rice wine” is the traditional alcoholic drink of Japan and some breweries accepts visitors. Why don't you visit breweries to learn how to make sake and sample some of them? Take a tour and visit the 10 sake breweries in Japan that accept visitors.
Shinagawa has been a hub of activities since ancient times as it was the post-town from Tokyo to Edo. Here are the 10 best things to do in Shinagawa while on vacation.
Hakone is famous for its hot springs and natural beauty. Do yourself a favor and stay at the 10 best guesthouses in Hakone for a comfortable vacation!
Explore Ebisu area with the best advices on activities, bars and must-visit shops! Located near Shibuya, Ebisu is at the center of Tokyo’s entertainment area. Ready to discover some fantastic places?
The beaches in Tokyo may not be the best beaches around. However, being near the city have their advantages. Check out the 10 best beaches in and around Tokyo for a day of fun and relaxation.