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Beautiful and accessible, Japan is both modern and traditional. Fast-paced and ultra-modern cities, breathtaking natural beauty, and awe-inspiring cultural sites sit easily side-by-side in this unique and fascinating country.
For such a small island, Japan has plenty to offer with cultural festivals, cuisine and experiences, not to mention exceptional skiing opportunities.
Japan, What To See
- Mount Fuji – Honshu Island : Visit the active volcano and highest mountain in Japan.
- Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium Motobu : Play with dolphins at this huge, familyfriendly aquarium.
- Jigokudani Monkey Park Yamanouchi : Witness the snow monkeys descend from the steep cliffs and sit in the hot springs.
- Kinkakuji Kyoto : Visit the garden complex of the Zen Buddhist Temple of the Golden Pavilion.
- Niseko : Take in the mountain ranges and ski the powder at one of Japan’s best resorts.
- Himeji Castle Hyogo Prefecture : One of Japan’s best-preserved samurai castles.
- Phoenix Hall at Byodo-in Temple Uji City : Regarded as Japan’s most beautiful and elegant building.
- Dogo Onsen Matsuyama : One of the oldest onsen hot springs in Japan.
Japan Shopping :
- Candy Tokyo : At the forefront of Japanese style, this store houses both new and used clothing.
- Harcoza Tokyo : Find an eclectic selection of accessories and enjoy the crazy interior design of this fashion store.
- Aquvii Tokyo : Offers an array of trinkets and accessories.
- Kitakore Tokyo : This mini mall is filled with designers who create one-off pieces.
- Nan Nan Town Osaka : Visit the largescale underground shopping facility, offering fashion and interior design pieces.
- Shinsaibashi-Suji Osaka : One of the oldest and most wellknown shopping districts in the city.
- Umeda Shopping Arcade Osaka : A series of connected, underground shopping malls selling books, fashion and food.
- Crysta Nagahori Osaka : Waterfalls and glass ceilings give shoppers the feel of being above ground despite its underground reality. Conveniently linked to public transport.
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