One of the most magnificent countries in the world is Japan. At first, the cultural difference and the language differences can be of concern, but once you arrive, you will quickly find out those aren’t issues at all. With that said, here are a few Japan vacation ideas you should consider.
The Cities Of Tokyo & Kyoto: Nine Days
If you’re a first time visitor and want to see some of the best attractions, then spend nine days in the cities of Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan Tours All Inclusive. You start your trip in Tokyo but do make sure you check out the Tsukiji fish market before making your way to the Asakusa. After taking in the sights of Tokyo, hop on the bullet train and go to the city of Kyoto, which is where you can enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine or go to the Golden Pavilion. You can wrap up your visit by going to Hiroshima.
Family Adventure: 15 Days
This vacation will have you spending five days in Tokyo, two days in Hiroshima, five days in Kyoto and then the rest of your days is spent in Hakone, which is an amazing mountainous town with a population of around 14,000. During your 15 day stay, you’ll want to circle around the gate of Itsukushima Shrine via kayak. During your stay, you and your family can go somewhere to learn how to write Japanese characters and you can stay a few nights in a townhouse in Kyoto before visiting the geisha in Gion. If it’s adventure you’re after, then don’t worry because you can do everything from kayaking, hiking and many other types of hands-on activities.
A Week In Nara: Seven Days
Nara is a major city in Japan and home to many attractions, which is why you should take a week-long vacation there. When you arrive in the city, you can go to Tadaiji Temple, which is actually the largest wooden structure in Japan and the world. Inside, you’ll find the largest Buddha statues in Japan. Other attractions you can go to while in Nara include Nara Park, Nara National Museum, and Kofukuji Temple.
Theme Park Holiday: 10 Days
If you love unique theme parks, then spend 10 days Japan and spend about 2-3 days in the areas each theme park is located. For example, you can fly into Tokyo and then visit Namco Namja Town in Tokyo. You can then visit Nikko and go to Tobu World Square. Other theme parks you can visit include Sanrio Puroland in Tama and Universal Studios in Osaka.
Those are only a few theme parks you can go to in Japan. Feel free to make a list of parks you’d like to visit and plan your trip. You will love spending a week or two spending time at some of the best theme parks in Japan.
Feel free to do the above Japan vacation ideas. Even if you don’t want to give them a try, still go to Japan and spend a little bit of time there. You will love the culture, food, shopping scene, tourist attractions and everything else that Japan as to offer.