If you love mountain, you must make an effort of visiting Mount Fuji, The highest peak of Japan. The volcano’s exceptionally symmetrical cone Mount Fuji is 3,776 meters (12,388 ft). This mountain attracts a large number of visitors annually. It is mainly famous for sightseers and climbers.
The Tokyo Tower portrays a high level of to the advancement of technology and modern life. Inspired by the Eiffel tower design, it is the second tallest structure in the world that man has ever made. Most of the visitors use the tower as communications and observation tower. The Visitors can have the unparalleled views of Tokyo.
Todaiji Temple is located in Nara. It is the largest wooden building in the world. It acts as a feat for most engineering activities. Additionally, the temple is famous for the largest Buddha statue in the world. Indeed, it is a beautiful and cool place to visit.
– Nachi Falls is the biggest waterfall in Japan.It is situated at 133-meters high.
– Temple of the Golden Pavilion is the most popular tourist attraction in Japan and Kyoto.Covered in gold leaf, Kinkaku-ji or the Golden Pavilion, is arguably Kyoto's most famed attraction.
Tokyo Imperial Palace
The Emperor of Japan resides in this palace It is located at the former site of Edo Castle. Tourists are only allowed in the inner palace grounds on 2 January and 23 December. Emperor's birthday is held on 23 December, while the New Year's greeting is held on 2 January.