10 Reasons to visit japan

The most incredible travel destination in the world, Japan provides several one-of-a-kind experiences that are unavailable anywhere else. This nation’s culture is an intriguing fusion of Western modernism with Eastern traditions, which is evident everywhere. One of the oldest civilizations, Japan has a stunning and varied past. The gorgeous, diverse landscape, which the Japanese love for its mountains and breathtaking views, offers so many diverse experiences that draw travelers from all over the world. In this essay, we share our top justifications for visiting this incredible nation at least once in your lifetime.

1. Pristine natural scenery

The first factor is undoubtedly the nation’s breathtaking natural splendor. Japan is a nature lover’s heaven in many aspects, even though many people conceive of it as a very contemporary nation with dazzling neon lights, cutting-edge technology, shopping malls, and expensive boutiques. The country is home to some of the nicest natural scenery in the world once you venture outside of the large, contemporary cities. Japan’s natural landscape is very diversified, ranging from the Hokkaido tundra to the fine white sands of Okinawa. Natural beauty may be enjoyed all year long and includes rough mountains, rocky coasts, immaculate white beaches, bamboo forests, and some of the world’s most stunning waterfalls.

2. Mount Fuji 

Everywhere in the world, Mount Fuji is well-known as a destination to visit at any time of year. But because it holds a very special, hallowed place in Japanese culture, the majestic Fujisan is more than “simply a mountain.” It has been a sacred location for Shintoism, the native religion of Japan, since the 7th century. Japanese people have long had a special connection to Mount Fuji, which is why it can be seen in numerous works of art such as (early) pottery, calligraphy, ukiyo-e paintings, and woodblock prints. Many people place climbing Mount Fuji at the top of their bucket lists, and an estimated 400,000 people do so annually. The peak’s (3,776 m) climbing season lasts from the beginning of July to the beginning of September. However, Mount Fuji is a sight to behold even if you have no interest in climbing to the top.

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