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Top 5 amazing cities to visit in Japan

by Victoria

Japan has 47 provinces, each with dozens of different towns and cities. Is anyone curious when visiting this Rising Sun country, which city should we visit to have the most amazing and enjoyable experiences? The following 5 cities are not only massive in size but also about the charm of nature, people and culture.

1. Tokyo

Tokyo was formerly Edo, later renamed Tokyo and was chosen by the Emperor Meiji as the capital of Japan that today has become a modern, prosperous, beautiful city adorned with colors. traditional cultural identity. In addition, Tokyo is also one of the top three economic centers in the world. Especially, in terms of tourism, Tokyo city is the place that attracts a lot of tourists around the world every year, not only thanks to the beauty of impressive modern architecture but also its charm of rich nature.

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If you have the opportunity to visit Tokyo once, you should not miss the following places:

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Tokyo Tower: you have probably seen this tower through TV and Japanese movies, but believe me when you see it in real life you will be more surprised by its beauty.
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Yasukuni Temple 
This temple is very popular in Tokyo and was built to commemorate the Meiji emperor – the late 19th century king of Japan.
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Tokyo Sky Tree Tower:
The tallest television and radio tower in Japan – 634m, from here visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of the beautiful city and the majestic Mount Fuji.
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Tokyo Disneyland: This is one of the 5 largest amusement parks in the world; is a perfect place for anyone, from friends, families to couples.

2. Kyoto

Contrary to the modernity of Tokyo, the ancient capital Kyoto has the historic and traditional beauty of Japan. From 794 to 1868, Kyoto was the capital of Japan – a political, religious and cultural center of more than 1,000 years of history, many of which are festivals as well as entertainment and arts. preserved and maintained to this day. Therefore, it is often said, if you want to learn about traditional Japan, go to Kyoto city, because there are absolutely no skyscrapers, but only constructions which were built in the traditional culture of over 1,000 years.

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Coming to Kyoto, visitors should visit architecture works such as Kinkakuji Temple (Golden Temple), Kiyomizudera Temple, Ginkakuji Temple (Silver Temple), Fushimi Inari Temple, Tsunami Temple, … Besides, visitors can also experience literature of Japanese culture and see the scenery like the fairy world during the flower viewing festival in Maruyama Park, the autumn beauty of the city or take a boat ride along the Oi River to Arashiyama area to see the trees change color, … The best times of the year to go to Kyoto are:

Spring – cherry blossom season: Depending on the climate of each year and depending on the location, the cherry blossom season in Kyoto is usually around the top of the week to the middle of April every year. Around the second half of March, you will hear a lot about expected blooms, from early to mid-April when the flowers are most in full bloom.

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In the summer, all the most famous festivals of Japan gather in Kyoto to celebrate in full scale such as the Gozan no Okuribi Mountain Burning Festival, Gion Festival, …

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Gion Festival (July)

Winter: This is the least touristy time of the year, but seeing the white snow of Kyoto is a really worthwhile experience.

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3. Sapporo

Sapporo city is the largest city on the Hokkaido peninsula located in the north of Japan, with the population of 1. 7 million people, and 4th in the country. Sapporo city does not have many traditional buildings like Kyoto as well as modern buildings like Tokyo, so Sapporo is considered a city with a young history. So why is this city one of the most famous cities in Japan?

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As you may not know, Sapporo is also known as the cold city, a paradise for the annual snow festival attracting more than 2 million tourists to visit. The Snow Festival is held at Odori Park located in central Sapporo city (a beauty that represents Sapporo), where visitors can not only admire the snow statues of many eye-catching and creative shapes, but also both pictures are quite poetic with fountains, sculptures and colorful flower gardens. In addition, the city of Sapporo is also known for its beer and chocolate production. You can visit Sapporo beverage factory, a museum documenting the process of brewing beer with more than 120 years history of the factory or Ishiya chocolate factory and then enjoy regional specialties. Hokkaido with freshly prepared beer glasses.

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4. Osaka

Located in the Kinki region on the island of Honshu, Osaka city is the third largest city in Japan with a population of 2.7 million people. Osaka is not only the commercial center of Japan but also the industrial center and main port, the heart of the Kansai metropolitan area. Although located far away from crowded urban areas, Osaka city is one of the most attractive destinations for visitors to Japan because of its unique beauty in traditional combined modern style. Due to being located near the south side of Honshu Island, the weather in Osaka is much warmer than in Tokyo, which creates a great relaxation for those who want to travel here.

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Some famous places in Osaka you should not miss:

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Osaka Castle: has a total of 8 floors, designed in traditional Japanese style and plated with pure gold.
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Sumiyoshi-taisha Temple: One of the oldest temples in Osaka, was built in the 3rd century.
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Kaiyukan Aquarium: Here you can see about 580 species of creatures and 30,000 species of marine animals

5. Nagoya

Nagoya is Japan’s 3rd most populated city. It is the cultural capital, and the leading modern industrial center of the country. Nagoya is home to many important museums, including the Tokugawa Art Museum, which houses 10 national treasures. If you are an architecture lover, you will definitely want to explore the Cultural Path of Nagoya, a historic area comprised of historic buildings, Nagoya Castle, and Tokugawa Art Museum.

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Nagoya also attracts tourists from all over the world with Tokugawa Art Museum, Nagashima Resort, Tour factory and Toyota Museum, Nagoya castle, Korankei valley, …

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Tokugawa Art Museum
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Nagoya Castle
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Korankei Valley


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