The Empire of the Rising Sun, with its centuries-old culture
of samurai. Japan is, in the XXI century, the exotic destination
par excellence of Asia
WHAT TO DO IN JAPAN?
Tokyo is the most populated city on the planet, a megalopolis in whose metropolitan area more than 37 million people live together.Tokio in its unstoppable growth incorporated new neighborhoods and extended land reclaimed from the sea, Today has become the most populated metropolis, in the most advanced technology center and in the most important financial center in the world.
Around 50 varieties of bamboo live in the Sagano Arashiyama forest, some of them exceed 20 meters high filtering the entrance of the sun’s rays. The wind passes between the bamboo stalks giving the environment a particular sound
Sapporo is a city located in the southeast area of Hokkaido. About 30% of the population of Hokkaido resides in this city.A large amount of snow falls on Sapporo. It snows an average of one third of the year. During the snowfall it is recommended to wear non-slip shoes and a warm jacket, although there are many places with heating and it is convenient to wear clothes that one can easily remove and put on.
It is the most traditional city of Japan and probably, the most charming, with the possibility of enjoying dozens of beautiful temples, protected most of them under the umbrella of the World Heritage and to know the world of geisha, these Japanese artists, skilled in the various Japanese arts that develop after years and years of learning.
42 km south of Kyoto, it is an ancient capital of Japan and was also the birthplace of Japanese art, literature and culture, although industry is also very important.
The main places of attraction for tourists are around the Nara train station. The park of Nara is better known as “The Deer Park”, since the hinds and tame deer roam freely.
It means temple of pure water is a set of temples and religious precincts located in the district of Higashiyama, east of Kyoto. The temple was built in the year 778 in the hills east of Kyoto, just where it was and is still located Otowa waterfall.
It is a Buddhist temple that is located in Nara, Japan. It houses a giant statue of the Vairocana Buddha, the temple also serves as the Japanese barracks of the Kegon school of Buddhism.
Fushimi Inari- Taisha
It is the main Shinto shrine dedicated to the spirit of Inari, located in Fushimi-ku, one of the districts of Kyoto. The sanctuary is located at the base of a mountain also known as “Inari”
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST
Fushimi Inari- Taisha