Ancient history and sophisticated modern technology mingle seamlessly in Japan and together create some Japan landmarks not to miss.
The inspiring atmosphere is sure to leave you relaxed and refreshed. With these famous Japanese landmarks, you’ll soon see why this country stole my breath.
Mount Fuji, with its snow-capped peak, is Japan’s most recognisable landmark.
From cultural activities to natural beauty, Kyoto’s many attractions make it one of the loveliest Japanese cities.
The island of Miyajima is famous throughout the world as “The Shrine Island.”
Around the world, Hiroshima is eponymous with World War II and atomic destruction.
Nara Park is a sprawling area that is home to a number of eye-catching buildings. Despite its urban location, you can enjoy some stunning greenery.