Japan Travel Plans The most exciting thing about planning a travel trip is choosing what you’re interested in a country, such as its history, food, fashion, gardens or almost anything else and doing that in Japan won’t be a problem since the country is full of things for you to experience. Anytime is the best time to go to Japan, because Japan is truly a year round destination, where each season has its own cultural celebration, from temple festivals to seasonal foods, of which here’s a sample insight of what you can possibly do: in winter, you’ll find amazing skiing and snowboarding, seafood, and onsen (hot springs); in summer, you’ll be witnessing colorful festivals throughout the country, hiking in the Alps, and a land or biking trip along, quaint coastal lines; in fall, you get to see Japan’s amazing autumn foliage (koyo) while you sip in their famous green tea; and in spring, you’ll be experiencing their hanami (cherry-blossom viewing) in all its glory. Japan has many incredible places to visit, but for first time travelers there, the must-visit destinations are essentially Japan’s modern capital Tokyo and its ancient capital Kyoto. Tokyo, being recognized as one of the world’s most exciting and eclectic cities, is full of amazing restaurants, beautiful gardens, cutting-edge architecture, charming backstreets, and a glittering neon-filled cityscape, while Kyoto, with its centuries-old backstreets, generations-old craft shops and unique restaurants, ancient temples and zen gardens, is one of the most culturally rich cities in the world, which many travelers envision Japan to be.
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These are Japan’s incredible places which should not be missed: Niseko in Hokkaido where you can enjoy its powdery snow and skiing slopes; the charming atmosphere of Nagano’s Nozawa onsen; Tokyo’s fish and produce market in Tsukiji, where you can have an early breakfast with their freshest sushi and sashimi; Sapporo, Hokkaido where you’ll find mammoth snow and ice sculptures in February; Nara’s monumental bronze Buddha of Todai-ji; the beauty of Japan’s inland sea in Naoshima; Hiroshima’s Peace Memorial Park and Museum; Koya-san, which is one of Japan’s holiest mountains and home to over a hundred monasteries; Tokyo’s National Theater, Kabuki, which is Japan’s traditional performing arts; a 3-hour hike to Kiso Valley in Nagano; indulge in kaiseki-ryori, Japan’s haute cuisine; commune with thousand-year-old cedar trees in Kirishima-Yaku National Park; climb Mount Fuji, Japan’s tallest volcano; treat yourself to a traditional Japanese inn, ryokan; dance the night away at the country’s biggest Obon bash in Tokushima, Shikoku; visit a Sumo wrestling match; visit Tosho-gu shrine in Nikko; drop by a sake brewery in Obuse or Takayama; relive the samurai days in Himeji; walk through one of the country’s top traditional gardens in Kanazawa; stroll at their quaint village in Ogimachi.
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These general websites about Japan will help you through all these travel concerns: Japan-Guide.com, Japan National Tourism Organization, JNTO Maps and Travel Guides, and Wikitravel, where you can plan out your Japan itinerary, flight schedules, hotel accommodations, transportations within Japan, language guide and an idea about your travel expenses.