Kagoshima prefecture is located in the Kyushu region, down south in a lovely, peaceful part of Japan. It brings a strong sense of home and serenity upon arrival at this beautiful scenic spot. It is warmer than most parts of Japan during winter season and is a great travel sightseeing spot with lots of charming scenery. Driving around is highly recommended, as you breathe in the beautiful natural sights that Kagoshima has to offer.
Odaiba, located on the edge of Tokyo Bay, has plenty of great places for fun photos, spots that will make you think you're no longer in Japan.
This skyscraper not only has museums and shopping malls, but also observatory decks for visitors to view the landscape of Tokyo.
If you are planning to visit Tokyo for the first time you may decide to stay in town. And I agree, you will not find reasons to go anywhere else. If you are living here or you are already familiar with Tokyo, you might be wondering what else you can do or visit that is close by. If this is your case and if you enjoy nature, Ikuta Park could be an excellent idea.
Whilst there are many places to enjoy panoramic views of Tokyo, one of the top places for locals and tourists alike is in the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Shinjuku.
‘Why do I stand up here? Anybody?’
‘To feel taller!” Said a young student called Dalton.
Iioka Lighthouse overlooks the Pacific Ocean on the southern edge of the Choshi peninsula in Chiba prefecture known as Cape Gyoubumi or Gyoubumi Misaki in Japanese. It is set high upon sandstone and shale cliffs and affords a great view.
It is not a surprise that such a modern and still new city as Tokyo would have the world’s second tallest building – the Tokyo SkyTree. There is already well-known red-lit Tokyo Tower, of course. But this new tower is in a different location – Sumida ward.
If there’s one thing the Japanese do well, it’s tall buildings. Japanese engineering and architectural expertise has given birth to some of the most amazing and awe-inspiring tall buildings in Asia.