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Japan's fifth-largest city, Sapporo is a surprisingly dynamic and cosmopolitan urban centre that pulses with energy.
Today, Tokyo offers a seemingly unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors.
There are many hundreds of towns throughout Japan that offer a Hot Springs experience, But Hakone is the most famous.
Kyoto served as Japanâ€™s capital and the emperorâ€™s residence, now its your turn to have a royal experience
If you are wanting to see more of Rural Japan, and less crowded areas of Japan, the Mie Prefecture is a great option.
Being on the Coast, seafood, especially Crab is very popular with Japanese tourists, so please do as the Japanese do !
Step back in time with a visit to Takayama. Hillside shrines and Temples thatbeckon. This preserved town will entrance.
Matsumoto, a great abalnce of art, traditional and excellent photo opportunites.
Even though a little harder to be reached if you only have limited time in Japan, Nagasaki offers history, Unesco World
Japan is beautiful, the people are friendly and helpful and polite. Their public transport system must be the envy of the world, from the Shinkansen bullet tran down to local intracity buses. We asked Experience Japan Travel to craft a highly custom trip that emphasized culture and gardens. Scott worked all our requests into an itinerary that took us through Okayama, Kurashiki, Hiroshima, Kyoto, Kameoka, Kanazawa, and Takayama with very little time in Tokyo. This was a tour of great ancient cities. Two days in Takayama coincided with the annual Spring float festival, and it was crowded, but not unpleasantly so. Experiences, not sights. We had lessons in ?Tea ceremony and its historic meaning ?Ikebana flower arranging ?Traditional bare bow archery. ?Wandering through formal gardens, where the view changes every few meters for the attentive viewer. These are what we'll remember after we have forgotten the names of the Temples, Shrines, and gardens.... READ MORE
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