If you are visiting Japan anytime soon and don’t know where to go, we have created our own short list of places to visit in this beautiful and historic country:
Tokyo is considered the world’s most exciting and eclectic city. It actually doesn’t need a further introduction as Tokyo is a known tourist introduction. When you visit the country, you will be able to visit great restaurants, amazing architecture, beautiful backstreets, and neon-filled cityscape.
Just like Tokyo, Osaka is a cosmopolitan city and is the home to most of Japan’s outgoing citizens. While first-time travellers mostly skip Osaka but for those who have been to Japan, Osaka is a much-loved city by repeat visitors for its great food and nightlife.
Hiroshima is a famous location because of the two atomic bombs that were dropped in the country at the end of World War II. Visitors can go to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum that is located in the Peace Park near the A-Bomb Dome.
Mount Koya is considered as one of the best places in Japan to experience a Buddhist temple stay. Visitors can stay in a temple lodging known as shukubo and visit one of their famous landmark Okunoin Cemetery.
The Kumano Kodo is filled with spirituality and history where beautiful landscapes and charming villages are blended. Walking along the pilgrimage route can be one of the most enchanting walks visitors can have. Kumano Kodo is part of a Dual Pilgrim program known as Camino de Santiago.