Lau đai Himeji
Ancient Himeji Castle is an extremely interesting tourist destination in Japan
Ancient Himeji Castle is an extremely interesting tourist destination in Japan that you should definitely visit. The castle is made from more than 36 tons of wood and covered with white plaster like cranes flying in the vast sky so Himeji (Hyogo) is often called "white heron castle". The castle has also appeared in many popular Japanese and Hollywood movies.
Itsukushima Shrine (Hiroshima)
Itsukushima Shrine is a Shinto shrine located on Itsukushima Island famous for its "floating" torii gate. This population is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, some of its buildings are also classified as National Treasures by the Japanese Government. The Japanese believe that this place is the boundary between the spiritual world and people. The gates of Itsukushima (Hiroshima) are red in color to ward off evil spirits. Especially when the tide is high, the temple gate is 16m high standing in the middle of the beautiful blue water.
Phu Si mountain
Mt. Fuji all year round white snow covered is one of the unturned symbols of the country of Japan
The snow-capped Mount Fuji all year round is one of the unchanging symbols of Japan. If you do not know the color, taste and shimmer of white snow, you can go to Mount Fuji at any time of the year. For Japanese people, Mount Fuji is always sacred, will protect and protect peace and prosperity. Therefore, for Japanese people in particular and tourists around the world in general, it is extremely lucky to be able to go to Mount Fuji to see white snow.
Kawachi Fuji Garden (Fukuoka)
Come here to the tourists as I stray into an oil painting
Come here to the tourists as I stray into an oil painting. The garden showcases approximately 150 wisteria trees of 20 different species. The most popular attraction in this garden is the "death tunnel"-where you can stroll in a path surrounded by thousands of flowers of this species. The flowers grow into a beam of 10 to 80cm long to land with enough color from purple, violet, pink or white.
The best time period to reward flowers here is last 4 months to mid 5 months. At this, the Wisteria flowers will expand well and most beautiful.
Tokyo Tower attracts thousands of visitors annually
Every year, Tokyo Tower attracts thousands of tourists. This is one of the few most privileged locations, allowing you to launch stunning panoramic views of Tokyo as the city lights up. The feeling of being overwhelmed, suddenly in front of a colorful picture of flashing lights, reflects the Chinese and the modern. Tokyo Hpression is inspired by the main tower Effel with the world's tallest steel-resisting architecture of 333 m, higher than the Effel tower, 13 m. Tokyo Tower is considered a regenerative symbol of Japan after the war.
Happo Lake (Nagano)
The Happo Lake (Nagano) is surrounded by Mount Hakuba, at an altitude of 2,060 m above sea level
The Happo Lake (Nagano) is surrounded by Mount Hakuba, at an altitude of 2,060 m above sea level. The lake was beautiful because it reflected the peaks of Hakuba 3000m on calm, blue waters. To Happo Lake, you'll have to travel through Hakuba with one of the oldest trails in the mountains of Japan, which is also the tourist's favorite ski destination.
Zao Ski Resort (Yamagata)
Zao (Yamagata) ski Resort is one of the most popular ski destinations in Japan
Zao (Yamagata) ski Resort is one of the most popular ski destinations in Japan. This is an integrated area of hot springs and ski resorts. The highlight of this area is sliding terrain, with 15 slopes and 12 slides. The Zao ski area is not only snowy and mountainous, but it also has large cargo that bring peculiar images.
Shira Gorge (Kagoshima)
Shira Gorge (Kagoshima) is the inspiration of the popular animated film
Shira Gorge (Kagoshima) is the inspiration of the popular animated film "Princess Mononoke". The Nature park on Yakushima Island has created a network of walking trails along the ravine, which are historic roads built since the Edo period with a beautiful landscape.
Lake Koya (Niigata)
Lake Koya is a natural lake with a rich ecosystem located on the Mount Huichi
Lake Koya is a natural lake with a rich ecosystem located on Mount Huichi in Niigata Prefecture. The autumn on Mount Hiuchi brings spectacular colours on Lake Koya. This is a shallow lake covered with a vegetation of colorful red, orange, gold and green blends together to create an attractive natural picture. When you come here surely you will not be inspired by the miraculous combination of nature.
Tottori-Sakyu Sand dunes (Tottori)
The Tottori sand dunes spanning 16 km and 2 km wide are the only major sand dunes in Japan
The Tottori sand dunes are 16 km long and 2 km wide are the only major sand dunes in Japan. The sand dunes are a blend of sand and volcanic ash mixed in more than 100,000 years later formed by winds from the Sea of Japan. Guests can experience sand dunes by riding a camel, a terrain car and a sand sled.
Adachi Museum of Art (Shimane)
Adachi Museum of Art opens in Yasugi, Shimane Prefecture, Japan
Adachi Museum of Art opened in Yasugi, Shimane Prefecture, Japan in 1970. It holds a collection of modern Japanese art, including paintings by Taikan Yokoyama, and a popular garden. Adachi (Shimane) gardens are considered to be the "living painting" between Shimane City and one of the most beautiful gardens in Japan.
Jodogahama Beach (Iwate)
Jodogahama Beach is located in Rikuchu Kaigan National Park
Jodogahama Beach is located in Rikuchu Kaigan National Park, which is one of the most scenic sites in Japan. This is not a beach but the scenery here is very unique, with the coastline is a multitude of white pebbles. Guests can take a boat to the surrounding islands, explore nature and caves.
Hitachi Seaside Park (Ibaraki)
Hitachi Park is one of Japan's most famous attractions
Hitachi Park is one of the most popular sights in Ibaraki and nationwide, each year attracting millions of tourists to visit. Hitachi is a park located on the shores of Honshu, known for its vast expanse and stunning flowers. Each hill is planted with a different type of flower. Thus, almost all year round, the flowers are blooming. In spring, the park is flooded with blue and purple Nemophila. The flower is called "Blue Eyes", which is about 25 cm high. It is also the time that the park celebrated the annual flower festival. In summer, you will have the chance to admire 4,000 roses, grown from over 140 species of glory at the park. The air here is always fresh, making many visitors feel excited. The entrance ticket price in the park is 410 yen (more than 80,000 dong).
Taushubetsugawa Kyoryo Psychedelic Bridge
Taushubetsugawa Bridge Kyoryo, Japan
It is a bridge of concrete shaped north across the river, known as the psychedelic bridge as it may disappear seasonally. When water rises, the bridge is submerged in water. If you want to see this unique bridge, you can get here at the time from 12 months to 3 years later.
Lavender Farm (Hokkaido)
Lavender Farm Tomita
The lavender, also known as Lavender Flower, is one of the most popular flowers in the world. And it is also a flower that creates the attraction to Hokkaido, Japan. There are many lavender farms for you to visit and take pictures such as: Tomita, Choei Farm, Hinode Lavender Garden,... This place attracts visitors because of the dreamy beauty of the immense lavender fields, stretching across the slopes.
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