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- 1136 reviews
The ancient Japanese Capital and Cultural heritage center has much history, beauty and grace amidst its modern hustle and bustle. Deep traditions still linger in pocket through the area, with temples, historic sites, and fascinating customer and rituals still found here. Well known through the centuries for its refined clothing and imperial culture.
- 230 reviews
A nice day trip to the beach and temples. Particularly lovely during cherry blossom season.
- 3452 reviews
This sprawling city is one of the most populous in the world, with perhaps 18 million people in its environs. It is also spread out across many square miles, with different districts as part of it is urban mosaic. The main loop train line that connects many of the districts is the Yamanote line. From this line, you can loop ...
- 452 reviews
Tokyo is a large city with nice manners. They will even let you cross the street. The metro system is clean and efficient and not to hard to figure out. Some areas can be crowded with people but it is fun just to see the Japanese interact. Clean bathrooms everywhere and neat shopping areas. We had a good time.
- 524 reviews
Catch Cherry blossom here in March, it's beautiful with rich Japanese culture to explore. Interesting.
- 627 reviews
You should definitely visit Nara. Gorgeous temples, walking distances to everywhere and the free roaming deer will capture your heart. It makes you not want to leave Nara so early.
- 71 review
Kasuga is a small city on the outskirts of Fukuoka. It is a residential city with lots of shopping and restaraunts, but not much tourism makes it to Kasuga, so don't expect things to go too easily if you don't speak Japanese.
- 882 reviews
went to a hot spring hotel and would highly recommend doing so. It was a very tradition hotel when you can bath at their out door hot spring. They gave you a "kimono-ish rope" to wear with your stay there. Sleep on a tatami (on the floor, not mattress), with tradition japanese culinary done on a hot stone. IT was ...
- 919 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 ...
- 106 reviews
Here can visit Otaru Canal, Music Box Museum, the Classwork Shop shopping malls along the canal have been converted from stone-built or brick-built warehouses.
- 111 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.
- 1228 reviews
Hiroshima... How can I describe it? I've read so many books about it. I know the whole history of Hiroshima. I have tried to imagine all that horror with knowing that it's something you're never able to know for real. Every text, every photo, every memorial... Those are only a tiny bit of the history and story you'll be able ...
- 1314 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.
- 1423 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.
- 152 reviews
Free cherry picking for 40 min. It was really good taste and staffs were very friendly.
- 1615 reviews
Fukuoka is a laid back town on a sea side. There's something unique about the cities near the ocean and Fukuoka is one of them. There are a lot of budget hotels to stay near the city square. Many options for the ferry boat if you want to travel other parts of the country by ferry boat!
- 174 reviews
A pretty, very small temple town on the island of Kyushu is an easy half-day trip by train outside Fukuoka. Stroll down the main street, tuck into a side temple to see the Zen rock gardens, eat dango on a stick and soak in hot springs at the end of the day.
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- 1811 reviews
First day in Tokyo! Super nice host and pretty room! Should take a rest now.
- 201 review