Every year, Japan receives countless tourists from all over the world. As the second most searched overseas destination, Japan has pink and seductive cherry blossom rain, gorgeous red leaves, green forests and beautiful long coastlines. Japan has beautiful scenery all year round. From Tokyo to Kyoto, from Hokkaido to Okinawa. And when you travel to Japan, you can't help to know the top ten attractions. Today, I brought you a list of Japan's most popular tourist places to visit. Let's take a look at what must-go places in Japan.
Under Mount Fuji, cherry blossoms are in full bloom. As the symbol of Japan, Mount Fuji is also one of the largest active volcanoes in the world and often appears in Japanese poetry.
Mt. Fuji is the sacred mountain in Japan and it is the symbol of the Japanese nation. Mount Fuji is 3777.63 meters above sea level. It is the highest mountain in Japan and one of the largest active volcanoes in the world. In March each year, the mountain is covered with cherry blossoms, and the top of Mount Fuji is covered with snow. This is the most beautiful time of year.
Tokyo Ginza is the commercial center of Tokyo. It is also known as the three bustling centers of the world with the Champs Elysees in Paris and 5th Avenue in New York. Every visitor to Tokyo Ginza will be shocked by the shops inside, and don't know which one to start with. There are many restaurants, bars and other entertainment venues. In addition, there are museums, art galleries and so on.
Shibuya is an entertainment paradise for young people. It has well-known department stores, fashion stores, restaurants and entertainment facilities. People who have been to Shibuya have the impression that it is energetic and crowded! Because Shibuya is crowded with people on weekends or at the end of work, there will be more than 3,000 people crossing the intersection at the same time.
Lake Okutama is the most important water source in Tokyo. It has a total water storage capacity of 180 million tons and provides 20% of the domestic water for Japanese citizens. The artificial architecture here is very coordinated with the natural landscape. There are cherry blossoms in spring, greenery in summer, red leaves in autumn, and snow in winter. This also makes many hikers linger.
Nara Park is one of the earliest modern parks in Japan and covers an area of 660 hectares. In Nara Park, there are places of interest such as Tōdai-ji, Kasuga-taisha, and Tokyo National Museum... Sika deers are the most attractive in Nara Park. They are docile and very attractive.
More than half of Yakushima Island is a World Natural Heritage Site. It still retains its original appearance and is the last secret place in Japan. On the island, there is a Jōmon Sugi dating back to 2300 years ago. In addition, there are more than 50 varieties of flowers on the island, which is really amazing.