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Japan's top destinations range from Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples hundreds of years old to modern architecture and cosmopolitan shopping streets. Famous spots such as Kyoto's Kinkakuji Temple, Hiroshima's Peace Memorial Museum, and Tokyo's Shibuya Crossing are popular with visitors from all over the world, but you can just as easily find hidden gems that will make your trip unique and leave you with unforgettable experiences. Select a subcategory below to narrow your focus, or browse our many blog articles on Japan's sightseeing destinations.

Shinhotaka Ropeway – A Magnificent Winter Scenery Spot on Mt. Hotaka

The third tallest peaks of Japan named the Hotake Mountain are situated near the Takayama area of Gifu prefecture. It is a snow covered region attracting a lot of tourists in the spring and early summer season. One of the biggest ropeways of Asia is situated in these mountain ranges which takes us to the top of the Hotake Mountain with an altitude of 2156 meters.

Hiyoshi Taisha – A Hidden Shrine Within Mt. Hiei, Kyoto

Established over 2100 years ago in the 7th year by Emperor Sujin, its rustic structures not only exude the antiquity of the site, but the sprawling territory housing approximately 40 small shrines within various sections is absolutely impressive. It is definitely worth visiting since it is known to be the head shrine in the largest shrine network in Japan that is comprised of about 4,000 shrines nationwide.

Nagoya Shopping Guide

Nagoya is one of the largest cities in Japan, and like all great cities, it has its fair share of great shopping. However, there are so many options that it can get a little confusing. But fear not, with my guide you will be well on your way to buying gifts, souvenirs, or a little something for yourself!

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