6 January 2014

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1)

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1)


Tokyo Imperial Palace.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Tokyo Imperial Palace

Tokyo Imperial Palace, located in Tokyo originally called Edo Palace. Tokyo Imperial Palace is Tourism important in history because is the residence of the Emperor Meiji Japan. This was originally a small fishing village called Edo is strongholds and is a center of military rule. Later it was expanded to a larger city. It has a population of large urban areas and more. After the reforms of the Meiji era the overthrow of the Shogun down, the capital Emperor Meiji moved to Edo. The city was renamed Tokyo current. This is an administrative and cultural center of the country and it became a palace in time. Is called Imperial Palace on today.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Tokyo Imperial Palace

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Tokyo Imperial Palace

Inside, surrounded by a moat. Spectacular entrance gate. The old fort located far apart at intervals the main entrance is located near the Nijubashi Bridge and open to people outside visitors and other special occasions. Higashi Ohgishima East Park was once the site of the tower. In a spectacular garden with many varieties of flowers. And blossom as the seasons ideal for anyone who wants a great place to relax.


Tokyo Tower.    

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Tokyo Tower

Tokyo Tower, communication tower, beautiful large located in Minato, Tokyo. It is a famous tourist attraction because in the 1 years of follow visitors, 2,500,000 people. It is also symbolic to show the power and influence of the world economy. The inspiration came from a high tower in Paris built in the style of traditional Japanese architecture.Tokyo Tower is open 9:00 to 8:00 p.m. daily.


The Historic Villages of Shirakawa.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) The Historic Villages of Shirakawa

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) The Historic Villages of Shirakawa

Shirakawako, Villages in the valley located in Gifu. It was registered as a World Heritage Site 6 in Japan. The village is unique the roof thatched with straw created by hand, called create a home Gassho - zukuri. Ancient peasant house Older than 250 years. The house has a length of about 18 meters and a width of 10 meters built without nails. Resistance to snow and wind in winter. Which some can stay overnight also opened a joint household, allows visitors to see the traditional lifestyle of the Japanese, literally.


Mount Fuji.
   
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Mount Fuji

Mount Fuji is the highest mountain in Japan, and may be said to be the most beautiful mountain in the world with a height of 3776 meters located between the provinces of Yamanashi and Shizuoka. And you can see in Tokyo and Yokohama on clear sky. Way to see Mount Fuji is the simplest catching a train, Tokaido line that runs between Tokyo and Osaka. If you ride the Shinkansen from Tokyo to head to Nagoya, Kyoto and Osaka during that would see Mount Fuji is the Station Shin Fuji or about 40-45 minutes after leaving Tokyo which is visible on the right side of the train. But for those who want to see Mount Fuji in its entirety and surrounded by natural beauty invites the Fuji Five Lake or Fujigoko or Hakone, which is resort hot spring and one Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Mount Fuji

Also, around Mount Fuji filled with natural beauty and is the Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park. There are five lakes, namely Yamanakako, Kawaguchiko, Motosuko, Shojiko, Seiko. And there are many Onsen, namely Yamanakako, Kawaguchiko, Oshinaka etc. Mount Fuji influence of Japanese art and culture since ancient times. Named mountains visible in the catchphrase Japanese or Japanese prints and today, company names, product names and many more are all named Fuji. Fuji is a mountain called the Heart of Japan is that. During July and August each year. Mount Fuji is officially open for tourists to climb.


Popular shopping district Shinjuku, Harajuku, Odaiba.
 
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Popular shopping district Shinjuku, Harajuku, Odaiba

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Popular shopping district Shinjuku, Harajuku, Odaiba

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 1) Popular shopping district Shinjuku, Harajuku, Odaiba

In Japan, there are many, many shopping. But that should not be missed is the Shinjuku modern places the west side of Tokyo. This is the popular shopping and nightlife celebrities. In the afternoon, visit to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is quiet, Neighborhood Shibuya. A center of fashion and  modern culture  of youth near Meiji Shrine quiet. Consecutive is popular shopping paradise for the young generation It is the area of Harajuku and Odaiba created from the recovery of Tokyo Bay. A popular tourist destination among tourists generation It even has a large entertainment complex. One of the world's largest Ferris wheel a symbol of Rainbow Town. These teen lovers top swings up beautiful views at night. 

 
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