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Activities To Do in Japan

Soak yourself at Tenzan Onsen, Cherry blossom festival, See Sumo Wrestlers in Action, Watch a Kabuki Performance, Have fun at Tokyo Disneyland, Shopping at Ginza, Visit Asakusa at Taito and many more.

The list of things to do in Japan are endless hence your vacation to this amazing island country should be well planned and designed. Chalk out your activities depending on your interests but also make time for unique and special experiences that truly defines the culture and heritage of Japan.

Few of the most famous things to do in Japan that should definitely be part of your list is catching a glimpse of the Cherry Blossoms in full bloom. If you are in time for the Festival then there is nothing like it. Spend at least one night at a Japanese Ryokan, catch a Geisha Dance performance or a Kabuki performance, order Ramen Noodles from a vending machine and learn the art of the famous Japanese Tea Ceremony.

You will be spoilt for choices when it comes to outdoor activities to do in Japan. You can choose from riding the Don Quixote Ferris Wheel in Dotonbori, enjoy a panoramic city view from the Harukas 300 Observatory in Osaka, indulge in go-karting around Tokyo city and of course riding a Shinkansen or a Bullet Train.

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Other than technological wonders and cultural experiences, Japan has one more thing to offer, its natural beauty, Japan's geographical location has gifted it a lot of natural beauties, and one of the most amazing is Mount Fuji. It is the country's tallest peak and is capped with snow all year round. It is also an active volcano.

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This package takes you to an amazing trip around Mount Fuji. Visit Fuji Hakone national park that has stunning flora and fauna and offers iconic panoramic views of Mount Fuji. Then, travel to see Oshino Hakkai, a collection of eight lovely ponds that had been formed off the melted ice from Mount Fuji. After, stop at Peace Park Stupa and see the charming white Buddhist pagoda that symbolizes peace. Stay warm in the cold weather with a delicious matcha tea experience during your visit to Lake Kawaguchi. Indulge in some shopping at Gotemba Premium Outlets and end your tour with a visit to Takashimaya in Shinjuku. 

Meet Up Information:
Time: 8:00am
Location: Shinjuku Prince Hotel Counter (1F)
Address: 1 Chome-30-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo 160-0021, Japan

How to Reach? 
5-10 minute walk from Shinjuku Station
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About the Robot Restaurant :
Tokyo, the capital of Japan is one of the technology capitals of the world. The city is so technologically advanced that everything is automated here. This restaurant is no exception. This high-tech eating place has a lot of surprises for you, including robot waiters and servers.

About the Robot Restaurant Show:
The Shinjuku Robot Restaurant in Tokyo provides an energetic and unique experience that you will be amazed to see. It is one of a kind show in the whole world. The robot restaurant is a great place to enjoy some glittering performances along with a delicious traditional meal. You will find robot staff as waiters and serves instead of humans, high-tech equipment and ordering techniques. This is a must-visit place in your visit to Tokyo.

Address: 1-7-1 Kabukicho Shinjuku-ku Tokyo, Japan

How to Reach Robot Restaurant:
5-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station
5-minute walk from Shinjuku Sanchome Station of Tokyo metro and on Toei Shinjuku Line (Exit A8 or A9)

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Free for children aged 0-2
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If natural marvels are just not enough, Tokyo has a man-made marvel for you. Standing at a height of 634 meters, The Tokyo Skytree is the tallest building in Japan. The Skytree offers amazing panoramic views of Tokyo and around.

About the Tokyo Skytree Tickets:
Get a chance to climb on top of the tallest building in Japan and witness the views of the Tokyo Bay, Mt Fuji, Tokyo Tower, and more! Marvel at its stylish and neo-futuristic design that definitely adds to the Skytree’s charm. You will get entry to the 350m or 450m observation decks of the iconic TOKYO SKYTREE® according to your choice and get a 360-degree scene of the Tokyo Metropolis.
The 450m Tembo Gallery is known as the world’s highest skywalk with a sloping spiral ramp. The ramp gains height as it circles the tower. You can also opt for a traditional Japanese lunch or dinner at Origami Restaurant which is known for serving dishes using Halal ingredients and seasoning, as well as Halal Wagyu (Japanese beef). 

You can choose one of the following options according to your choice. 
Tembo Deck 350m Admission Ticket
Tembo Galleria 350m + 450m Admission Ticket
Tembo Deck 350m Admission Ticket + ORIGAMI Lunch + Tobu 1-Day Ticket
Tembo Deck 350m Admission Ticket + ORIGAMI Dinner A + Tobu 1-Day Ticket
Tembo Galleria 350m and 450m Admission Ticket + ORIGAMI Lunch + Tobu 1-Day Ticket
Tembo Galleria 350m and 450m Admission Ticket + ORIGAMI Dinner A + Tobu 1-Day Ticket

Tokyo Skytree Opening Hours:
TOKYO SKYTREE: 8:00am-10:00pm, daily (last admission: 9:00pm)
ORIGAMI in Asakusa: Lunch: 11:30am-3:00pm
                                    Dinner: 5:30pm-9:00pm

Tokyo Skytree Address:
TOKYO SKYTREE: 1 Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida City, Tokyo 131-0045, Japan
How to Reach: It's a minute walk from TOKYO SKYTREE® Station on the Tobu Skytree Line or Oshiage Station (Skytree) on the Keisei Line/Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line/Toei Asakusa Line

Japanese restaurant ORIGAMI Asakusa: 1-chōme-2-8 Hanakawado, Taito City, Tokyo 111-0033, Japan
How to Reach: 5-minute walk from Asakusa station on Toei Asakusa Line or 1-minute walk from Asakusa station on Isesaki Line (Edo Street front of Matsuya department store, Along Sumida Park)

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Adult ticket: Age 18+
Youth ticket: Age 12-17
Child ticket: Age 6-11
Children aged 0-5 can enter for free
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Fuji-Q Highland is an amusement park in Fujiyoshida, Tokyo. The Fuji-Q is home to roller coasters, and water rides, also the place has a Haunted Hotel and Ultimate Fort maze. 

About Fuji Q Highland tickets:
The Fuji Q Highland tickets offer you access to unlimited rides within the park with this 1-day free pass. Spend a day enjoying four major roller coasters, all of which offer a great view of Mount Fuji while riding. Fuji-Q Highland has two Guinness World Record holding rides, Dodonpa being the fastest accelerating roller coaster and Takabisha being the steepest coaster. Take your excitement to the next level with its Haunted Hotel and Ultimate Fort, a prison escape themed maze.

Operating hours: 09.00 am to 05.00 pm

How to reach:
By bus- Get a highway bus to the Fuji Five Lakes area stops at Fuji-Q Highland along their route from Shinjuku Station, Tokyo Station or Tokohama Station. Reservations must be made in advance
By train- From Shinjuku Station, take the JR Chuo Main Line (approx. 60 min) to Otsuki Station. Transfer to Fujikyu Line to Fuji-Q Highland (approx. 50 min)
By car- From via Shuto Expressway #3 or #4

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Children aged 7-11 years can book the child tickets to Fuji Q Highlands.
Children aged 1-6 years can book the infant tickets to Fuji Q Highlands.
Children aged 0-1 years can enter for free.
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Don't miss the chance to visit Madame Tussauds Tokyo. The museum is a famous wax museum featuring over 60 waxworks of your favorite celebrities. Get a chance to take selfies and get close to the world's most famous faces. 

About the Madame Tussauds Tokyo Tickets:
Explore Madame Tussauds Tokyo, famous as a wax museum. Madame Tussauds Tokyo features more than 60 waxworks of famous celebrities.
If you want to click pictures with Micheal Jackson or Lady Gaga or George Clooney, this is the place for you. Put your arm around with Brad Pitt, or shake hand with Audrey Hepburn, and Elvis Presley, the choice is yours!!
Complete your Tokyo trip with this amazing experience. G
rab the deal and have a fun time taking selfies inside the Madame Tussauds.

Madame Tussauds Tokyo Operating hours:  11.00 am - 08.00 pm

How to reach Madame Tussauds Tokyo:
Madame Tussauds Tokyo is located within Decks Tokyo Beach in Odaiba 3F, Tokyo, which is right next to the LEGOLAND® Discovery Center. You can reach here by taking the Yurikamome line to Odaiba-kaihinkoen station. It’s a 2-minute walk from there. 

Note:
Children aged 3-12 years can book the child tickets to Madame Tussauds Tokyo.
Children aged 0-2 years can enter for free.
Children aged 0-12 years should be accompanied by a paying adult aged 13+
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Hakone Kowakien Yunessun is a hot spring theme park with a variety of indoor swimming pools. Mori no Yu has indoor and open-air hot springs, a ceramic bath, and a private bath section. The package gives you access to a buffet where you can enjoy local and international dishes. 

About the Hakone Kowakien Yunessun tickets:
Experience the lavish baths and huge indoor swimming pools at Hakone Kowakien Yunessun!
Enjoy the place which is a combination of amusement park and spa resort. Take a dip into the swimming pool or enjoy thrilling slides at Hakone Kowakien Yunessun. The place is best to spend some time with family and friends. 
The second section of this park is Mori no Yu which is a spa area for the private bath section. You can take Wine bath, the Green Tea bath, and the Coffee bath here. Also, you have an option to fill your stomach with buffet lunch with delicious local and internal dishes. 

Package type:
Yunessun Spa Park 1-Day TicketThis package offers access to only Hakone Kowakien Yunessun.
Yunessun Spa Park & Mori no Yu 1-day ticketThis package gives you access to the both Yunessun Spa Park & Mori no Yu.
Yunessun Spa Park & Daimonji Lunch Buffet 1-Day Ticket This package gives you access to the both Yunessun Spa Park & Mori no Yu with buffet lunch. 

Hakone Kowakien Yunessun Operating hours :
Yunessun Spa Park (bathing suit area)- 9:00 am-7:00 pm, daily (last admission is at 6:00 pm)
Mori no Yu (no clothes area)- 11:00 am-8:00 pm, daily (last admission is at 7:00 pm)
Daimonji Lunch Buffet- 11:00 am-3:00 pm, daily (last admission is at 2:00 pm)

How to reach:
The theme park is on the 4th floor at 1297 Ninotaira, Hakone-machi, Ashigarashimo-gun, Kanagawa-ken. You can reach here by-
From Shinjuku Station- Take the limited-express Romance Car (Odakyu Line) to Hakone Yumoto Station (which takes approximately 90 minutes), then take the Hakone-Tozan Bus or the Izu-Hakone Bus to the Kowaki-en Bus stop (which takes approximately 20 minutes). 
From Tokyo Station- take the Shinkansen Kodama Line to Odawara Station (which takes approximately 35 minutes), then take the Hakone-Tozan Bus or the Izu-Hakone Bus to the Kowaki-en Bus stop (which takes approximately 40 minutes). 

Note:
Children aged 3-12 years can book the child ticket for Unessun Spa & Mori No yu Spa.
Children aged 6-12 years can book the child ticket for Daimonji Lunch Buffet with Yunessun Spa.
Children aged 3-5 years can book the infant ticket for Daimonji Lunch Buffet with Yunessun Spa.
Children aged 0-2 years can enter for free.
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Soak Yourself at Tenzan Onsen

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Unwind at Tenzan Onsen, a traditional Japanese bath that uses hot spring water loaded with minerals. You can choose from several types of baths.

Location: 208 Yumotochaya, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa 250-0312, Japan

Timing: 9AM -11PM
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Cherry Blossom Festival

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Japan is famous for the Cherry Blossom Festival worldwide. The Festival, also known as Hanami, marks the beginning of Spring and is usually celebrated between mid-March to mid-April. The arrival of the Festival varies depending on the weather conditions. The blooming white, pink or yellow blossoms draw people from around the world to come and take in the spellbinding sight.

Japan is home to a wide variety of cherry blossoms which includes both wild and cultivated ones. You can witness this unique festival in many parts of Japan. Tokyo, the capital city is one of the top choices to get a great view of the incredible flowers. Other places where you can enjoy the Cherry Blossom Festival are Nagoya, Kyoto, Fukuoka, and Osaka.
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Watch a Kabuki Performance

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Kabuki is a traditional Japanese artform and catching a Kabuki performance is one of the most popular things to do in Japan. The performance is rich in showmanship and involves elaborately designed costumes, large wigs, exaggerated and stylized movements that are meant to add meaning to the act.

Another special feature of this artform is the stage itself which is equally elaborately designed and features revolving platforms, footbridge that goes past the audience to ensure dramatic entrance and exits, trapdoors and traditional instruments playing in the background adds to the ambience. A Kabuki plot usually revolves around historical events, love stories, tragedies, or popular stories. Some popular places where you can catch a Kabuki performance are Kabukiza Theatre in Tokyo, Minamiza Theatre in Kyoto, and Shochikuza Theater in Osaka.
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See Sumo Wrestlers in Action

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If you are preparing  your things to do in Japan list for your vacation then do not forget to add a Sumo Wrestling match to your list. This is one of the things that you should not miss on your trip to Japan. Sumo is a traditional Japanese wrestling style that originated right from ancient times. Many rituals that were practiced in ancient days are still performed today.

One such ritual is the symbolic purification of the wrestling ring with salt. The best way to enjoy a sumo wrestling match is by attending  sumo tournaments. These are usually held for 15 days and tickets for each day are available and can be purchased from official vendors, online or at convenience stores.
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Things to Do in Tokyo

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Have Fun at Tokyo Disneyland

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Indulge your inner child at Tokyo Disneyland where fun and frolic await. Meet your favourite Disney characters, go on thrilling rides and shop at numerous stores.

Location: 1-1 Maihama, Urayasu, Chiba 279-0031, Japan

Timing: 8AM - 10PM
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Shopping at Ginza

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Shopping at the country’s oldest department store chain is one of the most enjoyable things to do in Japan. You can find high-end fashion stores, boutiques and emporiums.
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Visit Asakusa at Taito

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Go temple-hopping in Asakusa, Taito. Senso-Ji has located here along with several others such as Asakusa Jinja and Chingodo Shrine.
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Cycling in Yoyogi Park

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Hire a bicycle and get in a little workout at Yoyogi Park. Ride through a lovely forest and breathe in the fresh air.

Location: 2-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-0052, Japan
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Walk Around Tokyo Imperial Palace

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This is one of the top things to do in Japan! Tokyo Imperial Palace is a stunning display of traditional Japanese architecture and features the lush Fukiage Garden.

Address: 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-8111, Japan

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9–11:15AM, 1:30–2:45PM
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Visit Rainbow Bridge

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The colourful Rainbow Bridge is lit up in several colours come nighttime. Pay a visit when daylight dies to watch the colours unfold.

Location: Minato City, Tokyo 105-0000, Japan

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Enjoy Yakatabune Boat Trip

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Yakatabune boat trips give a glimpse into the life of Japan consisting of old tatami-matted floors, lanterns and protruding Miyoshi bows.
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Things to Do in Kyoto

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View of The City from The Kyoto Tower

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The Kyoto Tower is a modern marvel in a city of old charm. The structure contains a hotel, shops and a public bath.

Location: 721-1 Higashishiokojicho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, 600-8216, Japan

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11AM - 7PM
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Discover Sanjusangen-do

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The Hall of the Lotus King is a sprawling temple that features 1,001 statues of the goddess Kannon. It’s also the longest wooden structure in the country.

Location: 657 Sanjusangendomawari, Higashiyama Ward, Kyoto, 605-0941, Japan

Timing:
8AM-5PM
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Attend Tea Ceremonies at Kyoto

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Japanese tea ceremonies are well-known and Kyoto is one of the best places to witness the elaborate rituals. Camellia and Tea Ceremony KOTO are a couple of venues for this.

Location:
Japan, ?603-8377 Kyoto, Kita Ward, Kinugasanishi Goshonouchicho, 37

Timing:
10AM - 8PM
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Visit Kyoto Railway Museum

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Discover the history of Japan’s railways and see retired trains like steam trains and electric trains at Kyoto Railway Museum. You can also learn how a freight train operates.

Location:
Kankijicho, Shimogyo Ward, Kyoto, 600-8835, Japan

Timing:
10AM-5PM
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Discover Historic Kyoto

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Where Tokyo is incredibly urban, Kyoto still retains much of its traditional identity. It is home to around 1,600 temples, Japanese gardens and historical buildings.
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Visit Kyoto International Manga Museum

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Manga fans will go crazy at Kyoto International Manga Museum. Exploring the huge collection of indigenous and international manga will keep you occupied for hours.

Location:
452 Kinbukicho, Nakagyo Ward, Kyoto, 604-0846, Japan

Timing:
10AM-6PM (Closed on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
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Things to Do in Osaka

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Do Osaka River Cruise

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Aqualiner- Tour Osaka on the Aqua-Liner, which is an aqua bus that covers some of the city’s most famous attractions. The tour takes about an hour to complete.

Location: 2 Osakajo, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 540-0002, Japan

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Visit Osaka Castle

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Osaka Castle is a beautiful landmark that was built in the 16th century. Today, it features a modern interior with a museum and an elevator.

Location:
30 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039803

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Tempozan Ferris Wheel

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Get a thrill and a great view from Tempozan Ferris Wheel. The 369-foot structure offers an incredible view of Osaka Bay, the Rokko Mountains and Mount Ikoma.

Location: 1 Chome-1-10 Kaigandori, Minato Ward, Osaka, 552-0022, Japan

Timing: 10AM-8PM
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Enjoy Water Activities at SpaWorld

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Spa World introduces you to a world of relaxation with onsens, ganban-yoku and a swimming area. It also has a hotel with western and Japanese style rooms.

Location:
3 Chome-4-24 Ebisuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka, 556-0002, Japan

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Admire the Beauty of The Twin Towers

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Tsutenkaku and the Kobe Port Tower- Tsutenkaku and the Kobe Port Tower are excellent viewing points that let you see Osaka from a unique perspective. Like many Japanese structures, they’re illuminated at night.

Location:
1 Chome-1-88 Oyodonaka, Kita Ward, Osaka, 531-6023, Japan

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Visit Mint Museum

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See the history of Japanese coinage and learn about the minting process at the Mint Museum. Dioramas, a cherry blossom wing and a mint shop are found here.

Location:
1 Chome-1-79 Tenma, Kita Ward, Osaka, 530-0043, Japan

Timing:
9AM-4:45PM
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Things to Do in Yokohama

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Visit Yokohama Marine Tower

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At over 100 meters tall, Yokohama Marine Tower dominates the city’s skyline. The 360-degree panorama is spectacular. The tower also has restaurants and shops.

Location: Japan, 231-0023 Kanagawa, Yokohama, Naka Ward, Yamashitacho, ???1

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Walk Around the Yamashita Park

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Yamashita Park offers gorgeous views of the Port of Yokohama and is a favourite among locals and tourists. You can see a huge ocean liner, Hikawa Maru and Yokohama Marine Tower from here.

Location: 279 Yamashitacho, Naka Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 231-0023, Japan

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Enjoy a Night Cruise at Marine Rouge

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Take in the sights of Yokohama from Marine Rouge. Sit down for a meal and watch the city’s landmarks lazily pass by.
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Adventure Ride at Cosmo Clock 21

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Cosmo Clock 21 was at one time the world’s tallest Ferris wheel and continues to command attention today. It has a massive clock at the centre.

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11AM-8PM
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Enjoy Street Food at Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

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You’ll be amazed by the varieties of ramen on offer at Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum. The traditional street food court serves up a list of goodies, each better than the last.

Location: 2 Chome-14-21 Shinyokohama, Kohoku Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 222-0033, Japan
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Go for Brewery Tour (Kirin Beer Factory)

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Go on a brewery tour of Kirin Beer Factory, one of the country’s most prominent breweries. You’ll get to see fermentation tanks and the bottling area before finishing the tour with a free tasting of beer.

Location:
1 Chome-17-1 Namamugi, Tsurumi Ward, Yokohama, Kanagawa 230-8628, Japan

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Things to Do in Hakone

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Explore Hakone Open-Air Museum

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Hakone Open-Air Museum balances nature and art perfectly. The collection is displayed both indoors and outdoors and features works by artists like Picasso.

Location:
1121 Ninotaira, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa 250-0407, Japan

Timing:
9AM-5PM
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Ride Hakone Ropeway

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Visit the mountainous town of Hakone by riding the Hakone Ropeway. The journey is incredibly picturesque and takes you over Owakudani Valley.
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Enjoy Mountain Railways in Japan

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The scenic mountains of Japan are appreciated best by taking a ride on a mountain railway. Hakone Tozan Railway and Oigawa Railway Ikawa Line are two to try.
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Hiking at Hiryu Falls

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Hiryu Falls is a gorgeous green wonderland that will envelop you in its embrace. Go on a hike and you’ll see it along the way.

Location: Hatajuku, Hakone, Ashigarashimo District, Kanagawa 250-0314, Japan
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Kayaking Tour Around Lake Ashi

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While you’re in Hakone, take a kayaking tour around Lake Ashi, a serene locale that offers lovely views of Mount Fuji when the sky is clear.

Location: Kanagawa Prefecture, Honsh?
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Have Volcanic Eggs at Ata Owakudani

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Hard-boiled eggs are nothing to write about but at Ata Owakudani, they are! The eggs are boiled black in natural volcanic springs and carry a sulphuric odour.

Timing:
9AM-5PM

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Visit POLA Museum of Art

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POLA Museum of Art showcases the art collection of Suzuki Tsuneshi, the late owner of POLA, a cosmetics company. The museum is set in a forest of several hundred beech trees.

Timing:
9AM-5PM
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Other Offbeat Things to Do in Japan

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Enjoy Hot Springs at Shirahama Beach

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Shirahama Beach is a pretty stretch of sand with blue water creating a striking contrast. But that’s not all it has – there are hot springs you can visit to de-stress before continuing on your sightseeing trip.
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Scuba Diving at Miyakojima Beach

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Discover Japan’s marine life by scuba diving at Miyakojima Beach. Coral, native fish and sea anemones are just a few of the wonders you’ll see.
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Visit Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park

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Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park is a must-visit when in Japan. It was established in memory of the victims of the atom bomb dropped during World War II.

Location:
1 Chome-1 Nakajimacho, Naka Ward, Hiroshima, 730-0811, Japan

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The Fukiware Falls in Gunma

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Although not incredibly high, Fukiware Falls still takes the breath away with its gushing waters. See it from below for the best view.
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Witness The Beauty of Akame 48 Waterfalls

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Akame 48 Waterfalls is a series of captivating cascades in Mie Prefecture. A 4-km hiking trail will take you to them.

Location:
Nagasaka-861-1 Akamecho, Nabari, Mie 518-0469, Japan

Timing:
8:30AM-5PM
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Hiking and Cycling Through the Oirase National Park, Aomori

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Oirase National Park is a sea of green with trees and shrubbery dominating the landscape. Falls, a stream and a valley create a beautiful scene.
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Climb Mount Rishiri Volcano in Hokkaido

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Mount Rishiri is an amazing piece of work with its cone shape often resembling Mount Fuji. The ascent can be challenging but experienced hikers will love it.

Location:
Hokkaid?, Japan

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Video Game Bar Space Station

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Gamers will go crazy over the number of video games on offer at Video Game Bar Space Station. Nintendo, Atari, PlayStation, Xbox – you name it and it is here.

Location: 2 Chome-13-3 Nishishinsaibashi, Chuo Ward, Osaka, 542-0086, Japan
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Canyon Down at Waterfall Slide in Minakami, Gunm

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Enjoy water sports in Minakami, Gunma. The water slide is a thrilling ride and perfect for adventure seekers.
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The Real Beauty of Flowers at Akasoba No Sato

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Takane ruby or red buckwheat bursts into colour in Akasoba No Sato. Visiting in September when these little beauties are in full bloom is one of the best things to do in Japan.
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Travel Tsujunkyo Bridge, Kumamoto

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This 19th-century structure is an awe-inspiring stone arch aqueduct bridge and the country’s largest. Walk across and peer down to appreciate its size.
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Witness the Beauty of Shimoguri no Sato

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This secluded village looks like something straight out of a fairytale. It’s nestled in a valley and surrounded by green mountains that stand like sentinels.
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Gundam Anime Robot Statue

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Japan is famed for its robotics and Tokyo’s massive Gundam anime robot statue is another testament to this. At over 60 feet tall, it features pulsating lights and is a faithful reproduction of the Gundam Unicorn.
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11 February 2020
Excellent
It was very easy to book with Thrillophilia and the member from thrillophilia support team was very patient and listened to all our doubts without losing in between. The ticket covered the entry for a lot of rides and my children loved the surprise I gave them. Thanks to the entire team!
11 February 2020
Excellent
I could scream to the fullest and enjoyed so much after a long time. This place made me revive my childhood back. Truly overwhelmed with Legoland Japan
11 February 2020
Excellent
I was very scared to ride the car on the frosty snow, but Azar, who was the chief driver there, motivated me for the ride and I got the courage to enter into the car and start my ride. It wouldn't have been possible without him. Absolutely grateful.
11 February 2020
Excellent
The snow driving was extremely fun. Cannot explain enough how much I am happy with the entire experience. The guide was really very supportive and they took great care of the entire activity.
11 February 2020
Excellent
Hokkaido looks beautiful from the top and I am lucky that I took a great decision by booking with Thrillophilia and made my trip wonderful. A big thumbs up!
It was a splendid tour to Japan! The cities, the islands we visited were breathtaking as well as the bullet rain ride was too good.
11 February 2020
Excellent
The castle perfectly reflected the culture of Nagoya. It was an interactive and educational tour where I found other learners and communicated with them. Can't thank Thrillophilia enough for the delightful trip.
11 February 2020
Excellent
A perfect family trip that we experienced on booking the Inuyama castle town ticket. We spent the entire day seeing the wooden antique objects in the castle. Had no troubles during travelling. A must buy!
11 February 2020
Excellent
The port of Nagoya public aquarium was in my wishlist when I was planning for my Nagoya trip. Found the best price and best discount on Thrillophilia and booked instantly without giving it a second thought. I didn't expect to receive such a quick reply to my query. Looking forward to more such thrills with Thrillophilia
Being an animal lover, I was really looking forward to seeing the local variety of fishes in Nagoya. Thanks to Thrillophilia for coming up with such a package that is meant for animal lovers like us.

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  1. Which are the best things to do in Japan for couples?

    1. Visiting a Japanese Ryokans: A Ryokan or a traditional Japanese inn, is one of the most famous things to do in Japan. The highlights of a Ryokan stay are its relaxing baths and elaborate special meals featuring Kaiseki Ryori which is a traditional Japanese cuisine.

    2. Bond at the Love Shrine in Kyoto: Visit the Stone of Love at Kiyomizu Dera, the largest and most famous temple in Kyoto. The Sagano Romantic Carriage Train takes you to the shrine past picturesque hills, valleys and the Hozu River.

    3. Go boating on the canals of Tokyo: Indulge in a romantic ride on a row boat along the canals of Tokyo. Rowing on the Chidorigafuchi Canal is one of the most romantic and famous things to do in Japan with your loved one.

    4. Date night at Tokyo Tower: The Tokyo Tower is beautifully lit up at night making it one of the most romantic places to be in Japan at night. You can also indulge in some themed food that is sold underneath the Tower.

    5. Star gazing tour at Lake Mashu: What can be more romantic than gazing at the stars surrounded by wonderful serenity that Lake Mashu offers? Take a tour to the 1st Observation Deck to enjoy the views best.
  2. Which are the best adventure things to do in Japan?

    1. Indulge in an exciting cable car ride: Enjoy a panoramic view of Mount Fuji and its vicinity with a ride on the Mount Fuji Panoramic Ropeway. This ropeway is about 400 meters in length and takes you to the observation deck of Mount Tenjo.

    2. White water rafting near Minakami Town: One of the most adrenaline pumping activities in Japan is white water rafting adventure with class III and Class IV rapids on the river near Minakami Town. This is a 12 km stretch that goes past scenic canyons and gorges.

    3. Snorkelling at Miyazaki: Indulge in an exciting snorkelling and kayaking tour at Miyazaki. This is one of the most beautiful parts of Japan that has been very diligently preserved. The tour includes 1.5 hours of snorkeling and 30 minutes of kayaking.

    4. Canyoning at Fox Canyon: Navigate your way around waterfalls, natural water chutes, canyon, cliffs as you combine a whole combination of activities including abseiling, swimming, river crossing and so much more.
  3. What is Japan's best known for?

    Japan is most famous for its cultural heritage, traditional art, ceremonial rituals such as tea ceremonies; calligraphy, origami and unique style of flower arrangements known as Ikebana. Japan is also famous for its beautifully landscaped gardens, poetry, sculpture and more than a dozen UNESCO World Heritage sites.
  4. How to reach Japan?

    The most convenient way to reach Japan is by air. This island country is well connected with all major cities across the globe. Some of the most famous airports of Japan include Narita Airport, Tokyo; Kansai Airport in Osaka; Haneda Airport, Tokyo; Chitose International Airport in Sapporo, Hokkaido. Japan can also be reached by sea and you can take a cruise ship to travel here.
  5. What is the best time to visit Japan?

    March to May and October to November is the best time to visit Japan. During these months you can enjoy the best weather in Japan and also indulge in various festivals including the world famous Cherry Blossom Festival.

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