Traveling in Japan in the season when sakura blooms, it is simply impossible not to visit Kyoto – a city that is attractive for tourism at any time of the year, and especially in spring, when sakura blooms. In Kyoto, there are many places for hanami, as the Japanese call admiring flowers. Majestic temples, ponds, city canals, parks and gardens. Continue reading
In Japan, thanks to the clear separation of the seasons, you can see a wide variety of floral landscapes that change from season to season. In every corner of the country you will find many beautiful flower gardens, which are very popular among both local tourists and foreigners. In this article we want to introduce you to our favorite gardens and parks, which are definitely worthy of your attention. Continue reading
It is regrettable to admit this fact, but, despite the fact that there are really wonderful beaches in Japan, they remain not adequately appreciated by the world community. Of course, Japan is far from the Maldives and not Hawaii. But the one who knows where to go can definitely see and find ideal (without exaggeration!) Places where you can both sunbathe and splash in water and dive (with a pipe or with an aqualung, everyone chooses himself), or just relax and finally feel at rest. Continue reading
Perhaps someone remembers an old Japanese Railway advertising poster. Unlike conventional advertising, the slogan here was much more powerful than an attractive picture. Three simple words: Nikko is Nippon (Japan). They tapped the rhythm in the heads of many people as they walked along the station and hurried off somewhere. Nikko is Japan. So what does this mean? Continue reading
The most beautiful and best beaches in Japan are undoubtedly located on the tropical islands of Okinawa, the country’s most southern prefecture. But for some reason, speaking of Japan, many tourists often forget about its beautiful beaches with clear, transparent water, coral reefs and white sand.
Famous mainly due to the Ryukyu Island, Okinawa Prefecture consists of more than twenty islands and islets. Continue reading