Tourism in Japan

Ginza at Night in Chuo, Tokyo
Ginza is an amazing place in Chuo, Tokyo and it is popularly known to be an up market area of Tokyo consisting of many departmental stores, shopping malls, restaurants and coffee houses. Ginza is said to be one of the luxurious shopping destinations in the world with it stylish looks, modern atmosphere and technology. 



Tori Path

Tori Path in Kyoto, Japan—The Entrance to Fumishi Inari Temple.Kyoto is a prefecture in Japan where you can see temples, shrines, and historical buildings. Most of their shrines are constructed as tributes to their gods or leaders. Japan is a country that produces rice. The Japanese eat rice everyday. Because of this, thousands of their shrines are dedicated to Inari, the Rice God of Shinto. However, one shrine for Inari stands out among the rest, the Fumishi Inari Shrine in Kyoto because of its Tori Path.

Seto Sea, the Inland Sea of Japan

Known as the Seto Sea, the Inland Sea of Japan is the body of water which separates the three main islands of the country, Honshu, Kyushu, and Shikoku. Not only does it serve as an international waterway that connects the Sea of Japan to the Pacific Ocean, it is a valuable sea transport to industrial parts in the Kansai region because of its connection to Osaka Bay.




Nikko National Park



Japan is a country known for its high technology and fashion. It also known for its well-preserved historical and religious structures built hundreds of years ago. Not only that but this country also has some great natural sights to visit. One town in particular, Nikko, Japan, is the gateway of the famous Nikko National Park and awe-inspiring shrines and temples. 


1 comment:

Tah_Lehy said...

Ahhh, The great Japan. Love it. Never been there but I wish to visit it someday.