3 Best Tourist Destinations When Visiting Japan

3 Best Tourist Destinations When Visiting Japan

Spring in Japan takes place between mid-March to mid-May. Temperatures at this time average around 40 degree Fahrenheit (F) or around 5 degree Celsius (C). The days are warm, with some days nearing the freezing point of water and temperatures often staying in the mid to upper 70s Fahrenheit (F). However, weather can still be very unpredictable, so it’s wise to bring along warm clothing and warm weather clothes as well. Spring is also one of the busiest times to visit Japan, as many domestic and international tourists visit in order to enjoy the spring flowers.

Spring in Japan offers many different natural attractions that you will definitely want to check out. One of these includes cherry blossoms. As mentioned above, spring in Japan is when the sakura cherry blossoms are in full bloom. This blooms at the end of March and stays around until April.

In addition to cherry blossoms, Japan is known for other types of flowers. Hoshinoko is a Japanese name meaning “indestructible flower”. This flower starts to blossom as early as January in the Ogasawara Islands of Japan and remains a year-round plant. Its blooms are very distinctive, ranging from bright yellow to deep pink, and the plant grows no more than seven feet tall. Hoshinoko is one of only two varieties of this particular type of plum blossom.

Another popular natural attraction in Japan is Mount Asoji. It is also called the Dragon Gate, because it resembles a dragon rising from its earth. You can visit this mountain in both Ogasawara and Hyogo prefectures. This beautiful place is also where Koi fish, or “Dragons” as they are commonly called, grow. The Ogasawara district is the place you want to visit first. Once there, take time to view the wonderful temple and view the breathtaking view of Mount Asoji.

The third place travelers should visit in order to experience the beauty of Japan is the city of Kyoto. Kyoto is the capital and most populous city of Japan and is famous for its appealing architectural designs, gorgeous shrines, and colorful festivals throughout the year. Travelers visiting in the middle of this busy and crowded city should make sure to visit Golden Week. This special week occurs in late April and is a time when the city is extremely crowded due to all the festivals that take place.

The fourth and last place tourists should visit in order to experience the beauty of Japan is The Sea of Japan. The Sea of Japan is located on the east coast of Japan and contains a large quantity of scenic islands and atolls, which are considered private parts of the Japanese islands. This region is perfect for travelers who enjoy spending their days on the water. The best time to visit Japan during the summer is from mid-July to mid-September, as this is the best time for locals to come out to the beaches and enjoy the beautiful sun and sea.

One of the best ways to experience the beauty of Japan is by taking a long train or plane journey across the country. Travelers have the option to visit major cities such as Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, and Sendai in order to take in the wonderful views of their cities from the train platforms or air planes. After you have taken in all the sights, you can continue on your trip to other popular destinations such as Kochi, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and other Asian countries. Some people choose to combine travel in Asia with a visit to Hawaii for a truly unique experience. There are a number of attractions around the world that travelers can visit in order to get a glimpse of nature in its most raw and unadulterated form.

Traveling to Japan should be an experience of a lifetime. There are a number of beautiful places to see in this great country, and a very entertaining way to travel to Japan is by taking a train or plane journey across the country. By paying attention to the culture, architecture, and scenery of each different part of Japan, you will be able to appreciate everything Japan has to offer through their tourism attractions and experiences. When you are finished enjoying all these beautiful places, you should head back home with lots of wonderful memories.

Robert Darnell

I’m Robert, the Grey Wanderer. After over 50 years in business, it was time for me to hang up my boots and enter the world of retirement. With so much time on my hands I decided to indulge in the two things I love most, writing and travel and so the Grey Wanderer was born.