6 January 2014

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2)

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2)

Osaka

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Osaka

Osaka is the third largest city in Japan and a center of economic and industrial western Japan. Located at the mouth of the river Yodo, the canal linked to under line the streets. That's a major factor that brought prosperity to the town as usual, it is proud to be the prototype of Bunraku Puppets. Also do not miss the Osaka Bay it is the center of the most modern and Universal Studios Japan theme park.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Osaka

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Osaka
           

But that's not to be missed is Osaka Castle. once the largest castle in Japan built in A.D. 1586 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi. The current be fortress five storey the replica of the original, Preserved ancient artifact several pieces, all documents related to the Toyotomi clan and Osaka in the past. For entertainment and shopping areas to visit is the district of Umeda and Namba. With modern train station and underground shopping center lot. For shoppers and gourmets it was street Kuidaore road diner is famous for the rumor. Osaka is a city that is truly gourmet, famous food here is Yakiniku, Sushi and Takoyaki.

Himeji Castle
     
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle is located in Himeji city It is one of the most beautiful castles in Japan. Still preserved as a national treasure and has been registered as a World Heritage Site. And closed to make reparation for 5 years from 2009-2014, but tourists can visit and see all the repair process closely.
           
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Himeji Castle

Himeji Castle is a landmark because it is the oldest remaining buildings survive from the time of the war and been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. It remains a unique architecture and munitions fully according to Japanese Castles, both high stone walls and white on the grounds of the castle buildings. Considered a standard model of Japanese castles.
           
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Himeji Castle

Around the castle also offers protection against many such as input field artillery, hole for throwing stones out of the castle. The most striking feature of the castle is the path to the main building, which as intricate maze. The doors and walls, the castle has been well designed to prevent enemy invaders not reach it easily. By the pathway resembles a spiral pattern around the main building and on the en route you will find tons more. And so far, Himeji Castle was never attacked several defense system has not been used.


Todaiji Temple
   
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Todaiji Temple

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Todaiji Temple

Todaiji Temple, is Temple important and the oldest temples in the city of Nara and a wooden construction the world's largest. And was registered as a World Heritage Site Join the Shrine and the landmark of the city of Nara, another 7. Inside temple has Daibutsuden Hall or wooden temple was named the largest in the world. Daibutsu Buddha , is a large bronze casting and 14.98 meters high, weighing 500 tons. Casting by craftsman tempio period.
           
Hokkaido

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Hokkaido

Hokkaido is the largest island of Japan. Considered a natural paradise  Can travel throughout the year Nature has yet to be destroyed, mountains, plains, rivers, lakes and hot springs and the coast. Cold in winter. A fine white powder snow and ski resorts attracts skiers from all over the world. While Sakura in spring will bloom later than other regions of Japan you can see the cherry blossoms in early May. The summer weather is not as hot as elsewhere because the fields of flowers is very popular. And in the fall the leaves change color before the other in Japan from mid-September to October.
   
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Hokkaido

The city of Sapporo is the capital of Hokkaido. Which in Sapporo has Odori Park is on display at the famous Snow Festival. To attract tourists from around the world came to visit in February each year. There is also an ancient watch tower and Hokkaido district. susukino shopping street which is shopping  the famous in city.

Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) Hokkaido

Hakodate City is major sea port, Located on the southern tip of Hokkaido. In the morning explore the bazaar selling fresh seafood with a tasting. Afternoon visit ancient Cathedral City and fortress Evening the ferris wheel ride to uphill Hakodate at night view the beautiful scenery around. Asahikawa City, located in the center of the island to the northeast of the city of Sapporo it takes travel about one and half hours by express train from Sapporo. Asahikawa City and eastward will has Daisetsuzan National Park.
           
  Visit the lavender fields at Furano.
   
Attractions in Japan must go on. (Part 2) lavender fields at Furano

Furano city located in central Hokkaido, It is known as a field of flowers with mountains surrounding. Make this the difference of air in the winter with summer around 30 degrees and the key here is famous for tourism, both summer and winter. In summer there is a beautiful flower garden especially in Farm Tomita, which is cultivated lavender that is both beautiful and expansive and other flowers. Over here, there are more tourists by the end of June to mid-September. During the winter it is covered with very thick snow become a famous ski slopes. And an opportunity for tourists to enjoy the ski slopes in mid-December to mid-March each year.
         
Places in Japan I used to leave this, It would be a good choice to plan trip to Japan.

 
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