Wonderful Japan Cherry Blossom Tour By Trip Inventor

Wonderful Japan Cherry Blossom



Japan Information
Climate

Winter: December -February



The temperature rarely drops below 0° C in the plains along the Pacific coast during wintertime. It is also quite dry and very often sunny. Central Japan and Northern Japan are highly reputed regions for winter sports. Southern Japan is comparatively mild and pleasant in winter.

Clothing: overcoats, sweaters, etc.

Spring: March-May

The plum blossom is a good sign that the cold winter will soon end and spring is just around the corner, followed by the cherry blossom at its best in the Tokyo area between the end of March and the beginning of April to bring this beautiful season to a climax. Splendid views of mountains, fields, and gardens all blanketed in gentle pink abound in this season.

Clothing: light jackets, light sweaters, and other similar kinds of tops.

Summer: June -August


The Japanese summer begins in June with a three to the four-week rainy season. This is an important time for farmers to plant rice. It becomes seriously hot and humid from July onward and many Japanese enjoy bathing in the sea and relaxing at cool resorts in mountainous areas. Summer is when many interesting festivals and other events are held all over the country.

Clothing: light clothes (cardigans and other similar kinds are handy, since indoors are mostly air-conditioned.)


Autumn: September - November

Autumn always brings such freshness with a light breeze and cool temperature after the hot and humid summer. All forests are dyed in glorious autumn colors. Chrysanthemums create beautiful displays with their abundance of flowers to enchant visitors to parks and gardens. Autumn is also the season for many exhibitions, music concerts and sports tournaments in Japan.

Clothing: light jackets, light sweaters, and other similar kinds of tops.

Must-visit attractions in Japan:-
1)Tokyo
2)Mt fuji & Lake Ashi
3)Nara
4)Kyoto
5)Osaka city
TOKYO



Tokyo Skytree
The Tokyo Skytree Is A television broadcasting tower and landmark of Tokyo. it is the tallest  structure in japan Japan and the second tallest in the world at the time of its completion

Asakusa Temple
It is an  ancient Buddhist temple located in Asakusa , Tokyo, Japan. It is one of Tokyo’s most colorful and popular temples.

Imperial Palace
These Beautiful gardens are located outside of the imperial palace. Access to the gardens is open to the public although the palace itself is off-limits.

Ferris Wheel 
This 115 meter tall Ferris wheel is one of the world’s largest and offers nice views of Tokyo Bay and Odaiba below. In the evening, the Ferris wheel is lit up in different patterns


Akihabara
It is famous for its many electronics shops. They offer everything from the newest computers, cameras, televisions, mobile phones, electronics parts, and home appliances to second-hand goods and electronic junk.



Kegon Waterfall
The almost 100-meter tall Kegon Waterfall is the most famous of Nikko's many beautiful waterfalls. In fact, it is even ranked as one of Japan's three most beautiful falls.

Nikko Edomura
(Edo Wonderland) is a history theme park recreating Japanese town life during the Edo Period (1603-1868). Here you can enjoy the Ninja Village experience, where sword battles, magic, and martial arts are being performed.


Miraikan
The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation simply known as the Miraikan ( literally "Future Museum"), is a museum created by Japan's Science and Technology Agency.

Odaiba Mega Web
megaweb is a giant Toyota showroom that shows off all of Toyota's latest models, car accessories, and technologies. Attractions include test driving of cars (requires driving license valid for Japan) and a museum exhibiting cars from past decades.

TokyoLocal
The Asakusa Kanon Temple located in Nakamise Street & later visit Chidorigafuchi the most popular cherry blossom spot in Tokyo after which visit Tokyo Tower a communications & observation tower in the Shiba-koen district of Minato, Tokyo, Japan. At 350 meters, it is the second-tallest structure in Japan. The structure is an Eiffel Tower-inspired lattice tower that is painted white & international orange to comply with air safety regulations.


MT FUJI & LAKE ASHI

Mount Fuji
Mount Fuji - Mount Fuji is with 3776 meters Japan's highest mountain. Mount Fuji is one of Japan's 'Three Holy Mountains" the nearly perfectly shaped the volcano has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity throughout the centuries.

Lake Ashi Cruise
Ashinoko Lake is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa Prefecture. Lake Ashinoko has formed in the caldera of Mount Hakone after the volcano's last eruption 3000 years ago. Today, the lake with Mount Fuji in the background is the symbol of Hakone.


Komagatake Ropeway
The Hakone Komagatake Ropeway leads from the shore of Lake Ashinokoto near the Komagatake peak of Mount Hakone. Panoramic views of Lake Ashinoko and Mount Fuji can be enjoyed from the ropeway's upper station.



Gotemba Peace Memorial Park
The Peace Park has a white pagoda with golden Buddha statues as well as temple dogs donated from other Buddhist countries in Asia. Prayers can still be heard at the temple on the grounds. Also, enjoy the walkway of Bodhisattva statues hidden in the woods.
3776 meters height it's Japan's highest mountain. Hakone Ropeway and Lake Ashi Cruise which is a scenic lake in the Hakone area It is a crater lake that lies along the southwest wall of the caldera of Mount Hakone, a complex volcano.


NARA

Nara was the capital of Japan between 710 to 794 AD. The ancient city is one of the major tourist highlights in Japan and is famous for its tame deer ranging freely in the city
Nara is second only to Kyoto as the richest collection of traditional sites in Japan. Nara is home to some of the country’s best temples and shrines, along with several fine gardens, museums, and traditional neighborhoods.Nara is a compact city packed with first-rate sights, including the famous Daibutsu (Great Buddha) at Todai-ji Temple, Kasuga-Taisha Shrine, and Nara-koen Park, with its famous semi-wild deer. In this section, I'll introduce the most important sights in Nara, starting with my three picks for must-see attractions.


KYOTO

Kyoto is considered the cultural capital of Japan and a major tourist destination. It is home to numerous Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, palaces, and gardens, many of which are listed collectively by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.



OSAKA

Osaka is famous for its food, and Osaka’s people take great pride in their love of their local cuisine. There is even an expression, “Osaka no kuidaore” which literally means the Osaka habit of eating till you drop, but actually means eating so much you fall into debt! There are many local specialties in Osaka, but there are five essential dishes you really must try.

Five Famous Foods in Osaka - takoyaki, okonomiyaki, fugu, kushikatsu, yakiniku
These are takoyaki, okonomiyaki, fugu, kushikatsu,yakiniku. You can find these five foods well represented all over the city, but Umeda, Dotonbori, and Shinsekai are the biggest gourmet areas with the most famous restaurants. In this article, we will introduce each of these foods, and tell you where to try them.


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