Things to do for Luxury Travelers in Japan 

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  • 41

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office

    15 reviews

    Most people visiting Tokyo will be interested in panoramic views of the city from a high spot. There are a few options available, but I think the best one is from two observation decks that this building provides – they offer really nice views, but the seller point is that it’s free. If you have time to go up to ...

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  • 42

    Osaka Castle

    41 reviews

    A must visit palace located in the city of Osaka. It is best to visit early in the morning or afternoon. Check out the history at

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  • 43


    13 reviews

    The most famous example of a zen rock garden. A must-see in Kyoto. At first glance, the garden may seem simple or even boring to some but well worth taking the time to sit and appreciate the details.

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  • 44

    Philosopher's Walk

    11 reviews

    The concentrated site of blooming sakura in early April can be found along the narrow canal that goes through a neighborhood (in Higashiyama district) with small old houses, lots of souvenir shops and restaurants. It’s called The Philosopher’s Walk (or Path), and it’s about 2 km long. It is probably beautiful here during any other season, but of course, the ...

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  • 45

    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    33 reviews

    Huge place, strict protocol, was fortunate to be able to visit this special place.

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  • 46

    Kobe Luminarie Festival

    6 reviews

    Kobe's light festival to remember the 1995 Kobe Earthquake, held in early Dec each year.

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  • 47

    Nijo Castle

    31 reviews

    The original residence of Kyoto shogun. You can walk inside the building and also visit the nearby garden.

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  • 48

    Sensō-ji Temple

    13 reviews

    its a must to go place whenever you are in tokyo and you will never leave tokyo without taking picture in this place ! do try the snacks in there

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  • 49

    Asakusa Senso-j

    16 reviews

    At night, this temple exudes an atmosphere unlike anything I've ever experienced. It's a serene spot with vivid colors and light and a great destination for an evening walk.

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  • 50

    Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

    5 reviews

    I love this place. It has become a popular date place for students. Several delicious ramen shops to choose from. Ask for help using the ticket vending machines.

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  • 51

    Mount Fuji

    39 reviews

    Perhaps the most iconic feature in all of Japan, this active and often snowcapped volcano is an object of both artistic inspiration and spiritual pilgrimage, particularly among Buddhists. The UNESCO inscription comprises 25 sites that reflect the variety of Fujisan’s sacred landscapes, including pristine lakes, springs, waterfalls, Sengen-jinja shrines, and Oshi lodging houses.

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  • 52

    Yoyogi Park

    17 reviews

    Only in Japan does self-expression happen in such a structured and ordered way... Sundays are when the city rips off its straitjacket of convention and kids of all ages take to the park to pay homage to being rebels without a cause or, more amusingly, their take on Elvis Presley. A huge number also come bedecked in outfits inspired by ...

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  • 53


    20 reviews

    The grounds of Ginkakuji Temple contain so called Silver Pavilion and some other buildings, very interesting sand garden in perfect condition, beautiful moss garden and traditional gardens. It’s fairly small but very nice. There are good views of the city as you climb up a hill behind the buildings. You can easily get to Ginkakuji Temple from the Philosopher’s Walk.

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  • 54


    18 reviews

    Lovely dining in Gion area. Ate Shabushabu meat dish which was a delight both in how it was served and how it tastes. District gets mysterious look after dark.

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  • 55

    Nagoya Castle

    12 reviews

    The bottom floors of the Main Castle Tower are mostly deconstructed samurai swords and long-range guns. The higher up you go, the more interesting the displays get -- samurai costumes, tools and weapons, coin chests, etc. The topmost floor is a 360-degree panorama of the city. When you're done with the golden dolphins back downstairs, check out the newly reconstructed ...

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  • 56


    16 reviews

    This is one of those gigantic, never ending shopping areas (and the largest in Osaka). The covered shopping arcade goes on and on, with something for everyone. Eateries abound! Even if you don't plan to buy anything, this is a great opportunity to interact with the friendly locals. There is a large Daimaru department in the area, too. Be sure ...

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  • 57

    Path of bamboo

    18 reviews

    Beautiful views of the countryside and especially the bamboo groves. I recommend hiring a rickshaw or bike to get the most of of the area.

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  • 58

    Ise Grand Shrine

    7 reviews

    It can be extremely peaceful and relaxing here, though solitude can be somewhat hard to come by.

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  • 59

    Hachiko Statue

    28 reviews

    Okay, the Hachiko statue is a bit underwhelming when you see it but in a city that's terribly unorganized, it's nice to have a meeting spot that seemingly everyone knows. If you're a tourist, just go check it out for the people watching. You'll see all kinds of crazy characters meeting up at Hachiko.

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  • 60

    Tokyo Sky Tree

    8 reviews

    a 650m tall tower in the Asakusa area. Just two tube stops away from Asakusa shrine. An elevator brings you up to 350m from where you can have a view on the whole city. If it's sunny Mt. Fuji can be spotted from Sky Tree as well! A not-to-miss spot on Tokyo!

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