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  • 1

    Tokyo

    Japan
    4.5
    453 reviews

    Tokyo is amazing. It is completely over saturated with everything you have every dreamt of, and some. It believe it is the greatest city in the world.

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    Greater Tokyo

    Japan
    4.5
    52 reviews

    An amazing city to see! Growing up outside of New York City Tokyo is the only place in the world I've ever been with a similar feel to NYC. There are so many unique things this city has to offer I can't even begin to list them all here.

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    Kyoto

    Japan
    4.5
    139 reviews

    Loved Kyoto! There is so much to do there and with such variety. I would have to say I liked it even better than Tokyo and I was glad I chose to spend an entire week there. There is so much to see everything from traditional Japan to modern. I recommend people base there trips out of Kyoto and focus ...

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    Nagoya

    Japan
    4
    24 reviews

    Catch Cherry blossom here in March, it's beautiful with rich Japanese culture to explore. Interesting.

  • 5

    Kyoto Prefecture

    Japan
    5
    5 reviews

    Go there in Fall - leaves and tress in bown - very beautiful

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    Matsumoto

    Japan
    5
    5 reviews

    A little castle town in the Japanese Alps, Matsumoto lets you experience real small-town country life, even if you're just staying for one night. There are peaceful temples to visit, hot springs within a short bus ride, and great food stalls in the center of town.

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    Naoshima-cho

    Japan
    5
    6 reviews

    Naoshima is an island in Japan's Seto Inland Sea that was redeveloped a few years back as an island of art to combat the depopulation that was in effect there. Now there are at least 3 contemporary art museums, an art house project, a functioning bathhouse that is an art installation, and other free outdoor art installations throughout the island. ...

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    Kamakura

    Japan
    4.5
    30 reviews

    A small city of temples a short train ride south of Tokyo, Kamakura is most famous for its 'Great Buddha'. While the numerous temples here (the individual admission fees add up fast!) are not particularly impressive in light of those in, say, Kyoto, it's still well worth a day trip if you've had your fill of urban sprawl in Tokyo. ...

  • 9

    Tatsuno

    Japan
    5
    1 review

    A short train ride from the press of Osaka, this lovely little town has narrow winding streets famous as former homes of the samurai. A river wends through the place, enhancing the historic and intimate natural feel.

  • 10

    Osaka

    Japan
    4
    84 reviews

    Unfairly maligned as an ugly urban eyesore, Osaka is a little rough around the edges, but a pleasure to visit. The Osaka aquarium is lovely, the Umeda Sky Building is a wonder of hyper-modern architecture, the electronics markets of Den-Den Town are fun to get lost in, and wandering the streets snacking on piping hot takoyaki is a quintessentially Osaka ...

  • 11

    Sapporo

    Japan
    4.5
    23 reviews

    Shiraoi Ainu Village - also known as "Porotokotan", the design of the museum as an outdoor museum is divided into modern and village zone. Inside a house, explanations of Ainu history and culture are given and traditional dances are performed at all times of visitors.

  • 12

    Shinjuku

    Japan
    4.5
    20 reviews

    Gritty modernity. Less polished and polite than the rest of the city, Shinjuku is one of the largest urban centers within Tokyo. Best known for office buildings and a thriving seedy sex industry, Shinjuku is also home to upscale shopping and Tokyo's largest gay neighborhood. Hard to really like it but a must visit. The Park Hyatt (made famous by ...

  • 13

    Nara

    Japan
    4.5
    28 reviews

    Equally renowned for gorgeous temples and some incredibly brazen wildlife, Nara - once the capital of Japan - is a true highlight of the Kansai region and a must-do if you're in the area. Home to temples like the enormous Todai-ji (by many accounts the world's largest wooden building), Nara is also the home of legions of tame deer who ...

  • 14

    Kumamoto

    Japan
    3.5
    5 reviews

    Nice city worth an overnight stop on a tour through Kyushu. Nice castle and and a couple other sight worth worth a little bit of your time.

  • 15

    Himeji

    Japan
    4
    8 reviews

    With Japan's best-preserved original medieval wooden castle, the little city of Himeji may not offer huge numbers of sights, but what it DOES have is, frankly, lovely. The white peaks and swooping eaves of Himeji-Jo (Himeji Castle) are particularly striking framed by spring blossoms, but I would consider Himeji a must-visit at any time of the year.

  • 16

    Matsushima-machi

    Japan
    4
    2 reviews

    Matsushima is considered by the Japanese to be one of the country's most important "beauty spots." The mix of temples, red bridges, islands, and hot springs makes this a very special place that is easily managed on foot. The major sights can be seen at a leisurely pace in a single day though the town is pleasant enough to linger ...

  • 17

    Otaru

    Japan
    4.5
    7 reviews

    A beautiful place and people are friendly, too bad not visit in winter i think would be more beautiful than in summer

  • 18

    Hakone

    Japan
    4.5
    20 reviews

    Hakone (located somewhere between Kyoto and Tokyo) is an area in the mountains with lots of hot springs and hotels and small "bed & breakfast" type of places (called ryokan) where people come to relax and heal their ailments in slightly alkaline hot water. It also has a lot of attractions (including seeing Mt. Fuji on a clear day) and ...

  • 19

    Narita

    Japan
    4
    15 reviews

    I had several hours layover at Narita (Tokyo) airport, so took a short train ride to Narita City. Easy walk from train station to shops and a scenic temple, definitely worth t the trip.

  • 20

    Kanazawa

    Japan
    3.5
    8 reviews

    Kanazawa, located on the coast of the Sea of Japan, is the capital city of the Ishikawa prefecture and offers visitors a wide variety of cultural attractions to experience. While the city is modern and cosmopolitan, the ancient castle town boasts historical sites like the traditional samurai district and houses, geisha entertainment districts, a bamboo museum and the city's most ...

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