Tourist places in Tokyo, are huge in number with much beauty and significance. Everything about the city is beautifully done in a way that makes it look and seem both eccentric and authentic. The historical value it holds has a lot of significance. The activities that can be enjoyed here are best of the lot, people can go trekking, hiking, canoeing, rafting, kiting, etc. People coming in from all over the planet enjoy the city’s scenery and the monumental greatness of the city and its surroundings. The Mt. Fuji, is a big mountain, the biggest mountain in all of Japan, and is very close to the beautiful city of Japan. The easy access that the people of Tokyo have to Mt. Fuji enables the city to have a lot of tourism revenue from the mountain. The nightlife of Tokyo has slowly risen to a crescendo after having been in a gradual ascent for a very long time. The pubs, bars, nightclubs and other utilities that are needed for nightlife to flourish are all available all over the city. The important nightclubs are Arcadia Tokyo, Tom Tokyo, Plate Tokyo, Jubilee Park Tokyo. Tokyo’s nightlife has blossomed and flourished in the last two decades.
The best time to visit Tokyo is during April-May, and end of September and start of October times, when the crowds are small and the weather, beautiful. Getting into and around Tokyo is amazingly easy because of the high level of connectivity that goes around. The various modes of transport such as bus, boats, trains, taxis are available.
The many attractions of the Tokyo are Imperial Palace, the Ghinza markets, the Sensoji Temple, hr museums of art and sculpture, the Meiji Shrine, the sky tree, etc, everything that we have heard about, everything that adorned the souls of little children and the pages of the Geography books those children read, Tokyo has.
Tokyo, however, is the kind of dream which every family, every friends’ group has lived. Couples from all over the world go there to spend their honeymoons, in summer, winter, spring, and autumn and secluded spots are engaged by these starry-eyed couples, who love going on strolls, hand in hand and happy. Therefore, one can safely assume that there are many tourist places in Tokyo.
Osaka is a wonderful port city on the Japanese island of Honshu that offers in abundance to travelers and tourists. It is also a commercial centre of Japan which is known for its modern architecture, a throng of restaurants and casinos, nightlife and hearty street shops. The place is known for the best sushi in the whole of Japan and also excels in serving warm delicious broth with wheat noodles and many other Japanese dishes. The new year in this port city is exuberantly celebrated with a week-long festivity. There are many tourist places in Osaka but the main historical landmark is the 16th-century shogunate Osaka Castle that has also undergone several restorations.
The famous streets of Dotonbori are the best place to experience the sizzling neon lights and the bustling street markets. Sumiyoshi-Taisha is among Japan’s oldest Shinto shrines. Osaka is a city of scenic parks, world-class shopping centres, and interesting museums with ages-old shrines and temples and a thousand backstreets to explore. Osaka is fondly called as kuidaore (meaning “Japanese Kitchen”), and eating oneself bankrupt is well encouraged and is the essence of the place
Osaka is the third-largest city in Japan with thriving tourism attracted by a throng of tourist places in Osaka which was once the capital of Japan. Osaka is the economic powerhouse of Japan and the liveliest city that attracts most of the visitors in Japan. Osaka Castle Park, HEP Five, Expo Park, Minoh-Quasi-National Park, Universal Studios, the HEV, the various shopping and amusement plazas like the Namba Parks, Umeda Sky Building and the Tenn?ji Zoo and Osaka Aquarium; the list of places in Osaka is neverending. All you need to do is pack your back, and plan a trip to Osaka.
Encompassed by the hills of the Central Honshu, Kyoto is one of the largest cities of Japan. It is also the educational hub of western japan that is brimming with several higher educational establishments and universities. Despite being one of the principal tourist destinations of Japan, Kyoto has very well managed to preserve a major chunk of the atmosphere of the past. It is also one of the only major Japanese city to have escaped the wrath of World War II.
Famed as the principal cultural center of Japan for over 1100 years and as the residence of the emperor, Kyoto at present flaunts several fine examples of paintings and sculptures along with a variety of other art forms in the several galleries and museums of the city. The city is also a home to the centuries old architecture, majority of which is influenced by Buddhism. This is very well preserved in the several well preserved temples of the city. Kyoto continues to play a quintessential role in the Japanese religion with about 30 of the city’s temples which serve as principal centres of the different Buddhist sects along with some 200 Shinto shrines which lie within the city limits.
Mt. Fuji is a symbolic beauty in and around Japan for widely known reasons; it is not only a scenic beauty that attracts tourists from all around the world but also a cultural icon of Japan.