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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
Ueno Park is a large public park near Ueno Station in downtown Tokyo. The land on which the park was spread was originally part of the Kanyi-ji Temple, which used to be one of the largest and richest temples in the city and in the Edo era was the family temple of the ruling clan Tokugawa. Kanai-ji was located northeast of the capital, and was built to protect the city from evil, like Enryaku-ji Temple in Kyoto. Continue reading
Bright, noisy, mysterious and wonderful, there is no place in the world like the quarter of Akihabara. The birthplace of Otaku culture abounds in adventures, there are so many places to explore that there may not be enough time for everything. Where to start?
Start planning a vacation in Japan in the Akihabara quarter with this article! Continue reading