It is truly conquering the world with its high-end technology through the hearts of all who visit it. The island is deep rooted with cultural traditions, ancient temples and shrines, gardens, mountain scenery, geishas and specifically the green tea ceremonies.
Follow your heart and choose a Japan holiday package, before you miss out on the fun. If you’re traveling from Dubai to Japan then the total travel time is estimated to be 10 hours approximately, via a direct flight.
Mount Koya as it is known, is the most important site in Shingon Buddhism that has been practiced in Japan since the 8th century. This site is also the start and ending point of the Shikoku 88 temple pilgrimage. All tourists visiting this place can have an overview of the monk’s life as they’re allowed to stay in the temple overnight.
It is Japan’s premier beach destination that makes it a good base to explore the other islands in the Yaeyama archipelago. Ishigaki may not have shrines and temples like other cities and places in Japan but it is an exuberant nightlife that attracts each and every visitor who have all the energy after beachcombing, partying and indulging themselves into water sports activities.
Around the mid-19th century, Kanazawa was Japan’s 4th largest city that was built around a beautiful garden and a grand castle. Today, Kanazawa is an old attractive town with its samurai houses, charming geisha teahouse districts to wander around.
Hiroshima is one of the youngest cities of Japan that became the first city of the world to have an atomic bomb dropped here. The city’s attractions thus, center around peace; Peace Park, Peace memorial etc. with other places to see like the Hiroshima castle and The Sunken Garden.
Kamakura has been an important town of the military government that has ruled Japan for over a century. Today, it is a relaxed sea-side resort with shrines and temples around.
Miyajima Island is a stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site that is located near Hiroshima. This island is home to Itsukushima Shrine which is Japan’s most sacred site. It is also Japan’s one of the most photographic sites, thanks to its red tori gate which appears to be floating in the waters of the island.
Nara had preceded Kyoto as the ancient capital of Japan and today it is home to Japanese history including the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
In the heart of the valley you can experience a walk along the old Nakasendo Way which connect Kyoto and Tokyo. While you walk across the valley, you will witness Japan’s loveliest villages.
Most visitors travel to Izu without even realizing it. The bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto passes through Izu where the majority of Japan’s gems lie. It is an overflow of natural beauty with remarkable seafood with areas that are the top favorites of the visitors that include Shimoda, Shuzenji Onsen etc.
To vast to even describe it through this article but Hokkaido is filled with stunning natural beauty and many accounts – the best skiing and snowboarding on Earth.