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Introduction: Japan Map Japan’s Famous Attractions Japan’s Famous Attractions 1. Japan’s Famous Attractions 2. Introduction to Japan’s Famous Attractions 3. What are Japan’s Famous Attractions 4. Japan’s Famous Attractions Ranking 5. Japan’s Famous Attractions in English 6. What are the famous attractions in Japan? 7. Pictures of the famous attractions in Japan. 8. Simple drawings of the famous attractions in Japan. 9. What are the famous attractions in Japan? 10. What are the famous attractions in Japan?

1. Famous tourist spots in Japan

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1. Mount Fuji: Mount Fuji is the highest peak in Japan and a symbol of the Japanese nation. It is hailed as the “Holy Mountain” by the Japanese people. Mount Fuji is located in the south-central part of Honshu, 80 kilometers east of Tokyo, with an area of ​​90.76 square kilometers and an altitude of 3776 meters. The peaks are towering into the clouds and the tops are covered with snow. The mountain is cone-shaped, like a fan hanging upside down in the air. Japanese poets once wrote poems such as “A jade fan hangs upside down in the East China Sea and the sky” and “Fuji white snow reflects the morning sun” to praise it. Mount Fuji has erupted 18 times since the beginning of written records in Japan, the last time in 1707. Since then it has become a dormant volcano.

2. Tokyo Tower: Tokyo Tower is the tallest iron tower in Japan. It is located in Tokyo and was built in 1958. It is modeled after the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France. It is 333 meters high and is the highest point in Tokyo. The body of the tower is a pyramid, with two colors: yellow and white, which are bright and eye-catching. There are aquariums, restaurants, shops, cafes and other facilities in the tower. There are also two observation decks with a height of 150 meters and 250 meters on the tower. Standing here, you can have a panoramic view of Tokyo city.

3. Kinkakuji: Originally the villa of Minister Saionji Kyousuke, it was built in the 14th century. It was later owned by the shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu and underwent large-scale renovation and expansion. It is three stories high, and the outer walls of the second and third floors are made of gold foil. From a distance, the golden light shines, so it is called “Golden Pavilion Temple”. A phoenix made of gold and bronze is decorated at the top of the tower, which adds to the beauty of the building. In front of the temple is a garden centered on the Mirror Lake Pond. The gorgeous Golden Pavilion is reflected in the Mirror Lake Pond. It is quiet and elegant, and has a unique scenery. It can be called a representative landscape of Kyoto.

4. Ginkaku Temple: Ginkaku Temple is located at the foot of Higashiyama Mountain in Kyoto. It was built in 1482 by Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, the grandson of Ashikaga Yoshimitsu, based on the shape of Kinkaku Temple. The unique style of Ginkakuji, which is pure and elegant, forms a sharp contrast with the dazzling glory of Kinkakuji. It was built in 1482 and is an exquisite two-story attic. The first floor is called Xinkong Hall, where monks chant Buddha’s name and practice Taoism; the second floor is called Chaoyin Pavilion, which is a Zen Buddhist hall. Ginkakuji Temple is both a temple and a place to live. It has a beautiful environment and pleasant scenery.

5. Hakusan Historical Village: It is an example of fully preserving Japanese traditions. The village relies on planting mulberry trees and developing sericulture to survive in the mountainous area that has been almost forgotten by mankind during the long historical process. In order to reduce the pressure of snow accumulation in cold winter, residents increased the slope of the roof and built unique double-story thatched wooden houses with steep slope roofs. This kind of wooden house is generally 18 meters long and 10 meters wide, with 3-4 floors inside, and is usually home to a large family. Because the shape of the roof resembles the way Japanese people put their hands together when worshiping gods, it is called “Gasho House” or “Triangle House”. In addition to their significance in terms of economic prosperity, these villages also show the world the hardworking quality and wisdom of ancient workers in adapting to the environment and developing the economy.

6. Aso Volcano: Todaiji Temple, Itsukushima Shrine, Heian Shrine (enshrined in honor of Emperor Kanmu and Emperor Komei, one of the must-visit attractions in Kyoto.), Nachi Falls, Kiyomizudera Temple, Tojinbo, Sakurajima, and Himeji Castle.

7. Odaiba (or Odaiba, located on the artificial land in Tokyo Bay in the southeast of Tokyo, is Tokyo’s latest entertainment venue.)

8. Sensoji Temple (founded in 628, it is the oldest temple in Tokyo. General Tokugawa Ieyasu designated this place as the shogunate’s prayer place during the Edo period.)

9. Tang Zhaoti Temple (located in Xijing Gojo Street, Nara City, Japan, built in 759 AD by the eminent monk Jianzhen of the Tang Dynasty in China.)

10. Osaka Castle Castle: A building from the Azuchi-Momoyama period. At present, the castle tower contains precious historical materials about Catholicism, which is of great historical value.

2. Introduction to famous tourist spots in Japan

Odaiba Seaside Park, Shinjuku Kabukicho

3. What are the famous attractions in Japan?

The ten most representative buildings in Japan.

  Golden Pavilion Temple

  The two floors are entirely wrapped in gold leaves, hence the name of the Golden Pavilion Temple. The golden look is very gorgeous.

  Kiyomizudera Temple

  Kyoto Kiyomizudera Temple is the oldest and most famous Buddhist temple in Kyoto, Japan.

  Himeji Castle

  (Himeji Joe) is one of the best preserved castles in Japan. The whole castle looks very majestic!

  Ryongan Temple Stone Garden

  It is a Japanese temple of the Rinzai sect Myoshinji sect located in Ukyo Ward, Kyoto Prefecture. It is famous for its stone garden.

  Nara Todaiji Temple

  In 1998, it was listed as a World Cultural Heritage as part of the historical relics of ancient Nara.

  Ancient buildings are like this, and modern buildings are no less good! Japan has many world-renowned modern architectural masters, and their architectural standards are also world-leading.

  Fuji TV

  The Fuji TV building is very innovative and is also a landmark building in Japan. It feels so tall!

  Chichu Art Museum

  Located in the tourist resort of Naoshima, it was designed by the famous Japanese architect Tadao Ando, ​​which is simple but dignified.

  Tokyo National Museum of Art

  It is the work of Kisho Kurokawa. It has a very majestic curved surface design, and even the interior design is very unique.

  water church

  Different from traditional churches, this church is built next to a pool, offering charming landscapes of different styles throughout the year.

  Church of Light

  Different from the cross in traditional churches, the Church of Light cleverly uses the principle of light to form a cross with light pillars. Holding a wedding here is really romantic and sacred!

4. Japan’s famous tourist attractions ranking list

1. Itsukushima Shrine/Hiroshima

The most impressive thing about Itsukushima Shrine is the torii gate floating on the sea. It is currently listed as a World Cultural Heritage and one of the most representative tourist attractions in Japan. Visitors can transfer to the ferry from the station to go to Itsukushima Shrine. This is definitely a popular gathering place

2. National Hitachi Seaside Park/Ibaraki

This is a famous tourist attraction in Japan, located in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan. In the park, you can see the blue carpet composed of Philodendron, forming a vast blue ocean, which will definitely take your breath away. The best viewing period is from the end of April to mid-May every year, so during the Golden Week, it will welcome many tourists.

3. Happo Pond/Nagano

Hakuba Village in Nagano Prefecture welcomes tourists all year round. It is a summer resort in summer and has a ski resort in winter. Therefore, it welcomes many tourists every year. Among them, there is also a small lake called “Bafang Pond”. The extremely clear lake water becomes a mirror, reflecting the surrounding green nature, giving people a mysterious feeling. If the weather is good, you can also go mountain climbing, hiking, etc., which are all good options for getting close to nature.

4.Kawachi Fujien/Fukuoka

“Kawachi Fujien” located in Fukuoka Prefecture is a sea of ​​wisteria. Stepping into it feels like entering a fairy tale world. April and May are the opening dates of the park every year. Although the opening period is limited, the spectacular scenery will definitely make the trip worthwhile. This is also the time when the most tourists are received during the Golden Week.

5. Gokayama, Gassho no Sato/Toyama

The Gassho Village located in Toyama Prefecture in the Hokuriku region is listed as a World Cultural Heritage. Visitors can stay in a gassho-zukuri hut and experience the atmosphere of an ancient village. It is an attraction that allows you to travel back in time to ancient Japan.

6. Motsuji Temple/Iwate

The “Motsuji Temple” introduced next is a temple located in the Hiraizumi area of ​​Iwate Prefecture. It is famous for its Oshu Fujiwara clan. This temple is famous for its reenactment of a mid-year event from Japan’s Heian period known as the “Feast of the Wind”. This mid-year event is held regularly on the 4th Sunday of May each year.

7. Motonosumi Shrine/Yamaguchi

Next is the famous attraction “Motonosumi Shrine” in Yamaguchi Prefecture. There are 123 red torii gates here, and the blue sea is not far away, which together with the green of nature form a beautiful picture. The majestic torii gates in a winding arrangement form a sharp contrast with the surrounding scenery.

8. Zao Onsen Ski Resort/Yamagata

Next, we will introduce Zao, the holy land of Japanese skiing. Among them, “Zao Onsen Ski Resort” ranks first in Japan in area, and a large number of ski enthusiasts flock here every year. In addition, the rime landscape, trees shrouded in snow, and upside-down icicles formed by low temperatures are also special features.

9. Bamboo Forest Path/Kyoto

Sagano in Kyoto is famous in Japan for its “bamboo forest path”. Here you can take a walk while soaking in the sunshine. While walking on the path surrounded by green bamboo, it feels like entering a legendary world. When you go to Kyoto, be sure to take a walk on the bamboo forest path and feel the scenery in the bamboo forest.

10.Beppu Ropeway/Oita

Below is the “Beppu Ropeway” located in Oita Prefecture. You can see completely different scenery when riding the Beppu Cable Car in different seasons. And on the cable car, you can reach the top of “Tsurumi-dake” which is nearly 1,800 meters above sea level. Even in the summer, it is open at night. Sitting on the cable car, you can have a panoramic view of Oita’s night view.

5. Japan’s famous attractions in English

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6. What are Japan’s famous attractions?

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7. Pictures of famous tourist spots in Japan

  1. Tokyo

Area: urban area 621 square kilometers, urban area 13,400 square kilometers

Population: 13.5073 million in urban areas and 42 million in metropolitan areas

Although Japan’s land area is only 378,000 square kilometers, it has created Tokyo, the largest urban area and metropolitan area in the world, and ranks first in the world’s urban population rankings. Tokyo has jurisdiction over 23 special wards, 26 cities, 5 towns, and 8 villages. It generates half of Japan’s GDP and ranks second only to New York among the ten largest cities in the world. In addition, Tokyo also has the world’s largest railway transportation hub, the second largest number of Fortune 500 headquarters in the world, one-third of Japan’s universities and more than half of the country’s college students.

 2. Osaka

Area: urban area 223 square kilometers, urban area 11,071 square kilometers

Population: 8.836 million in the urban area and 18.77 million in the metropolitan area. Osaka is one of the earliest cities established in Japan. It has been expanded three times and has 24 districts under its jurisdiction. It is second only to Tokyo in terms of GDP, population, and area. Osaka has developed heavy and light industries. However, in terms of education, the number of universities in Osaka is very small, and the per capita number of college students ranks last among the cities designated by decree. This also restricts the development of Osaka’s high-tech industry.

3. Yokohama

Area: 435 square kilometers

Population: 3.7195 million Yokohama was once the second largest city in Japan after Tokyo, but it has been surpassed by Osaka and now ranks third among the top ten largest cities in Japan. Yokohama is the core of the Keihin Industrial Zone and has extremely developed industries. There are more than 8,300 steel, chemical, shipbuilding and other factories in the city. In addition, export trade and tourism are also important sources of Yokohama’s economy. Yokohama Chinatown, Yokohama Harbor Bridge, Yamashita Park and other attractions are must-visit places for Yokohama tourists.

4. Nagoya

Area: 326.45 square kilometers

Population: 2.284 million

Nagoya is one of Japan’s three major metropolitan areas and one of Japan’s five major international trade ports. Meike gathers a large number of well-known Japanese manufacturing companies and universities. It is the core industrial area of ​​Zhongjing and the center of commerce, industry, education and transportation in central Japan. Nagoya is also the historical ancient capital of Japan, and Japan’s Warring States culture originated here. Toyotomi Yoshitsune, Oda Nobunaga, Shibata Katsuie and other famous Japanese generals we are familiar with are all from Nagoya. Sony founder Akio Morita and Toyota founder Kiichiro Toyoda are also Nagoya natives.

5. Saitama

Area: 3797 square kilometers

Population: 7.27 million Saitama is located close to the north of Tokyo and has 10 districts, 39 cities, and 23 towns. It is the fifth most populous city in Japan and the fourth most densely populated city in Japan. Industry and agriculture are the mainstay of Saitama’s economy, but industry is only driven by winter and cannot claim to be a climate. Saitama is rich in land and forest resources, and its production of vegetables and fruits ranks among the top in Japan. Moreover, Saitama has many places of interest and cultural heritage, and it is also the best place to soak in hot springs in Japan.

6. Kanagawa

Area: 24.1584 million square kilometers

Population: 9.0258 million

I believe everyone is familiar with Kanagawa Prefecture. This is the location of Shohoku Middle School in the comic Slam Dunk, and it ranks sixth among the top ten cities in Japan. It governs 19 cities, 28 wards, 13 towns, and 1 village. Its population is second only to Tokyo and Osaka. Kanagawa was founded in 1868. It has a long history, developed industry and commerce, and extremely developed education. Moreover, Kanagawa is also one of the best tourist cities in Japan, with a total of 17 famous attractions.

7. Hokkaido

Area: 83,000 square kilometers Population: 5.7 million Hokkaido is the only prefecture in Japan, and the rest of the cities are prefectures. It is also the second largest island in Japan and the 21st largest island in the world. It governs the following 64 counties, 35 cities, 129 towns, and 15 villages. It occupies one-fifth of Japan’s area, but its population is only one-half that of Tokyo. Hokkaido is Japan’s agricultural and animal husbandry base, mainly food processing, and it is also rich in minerals. However, Hokkaido’s tertiary industry accounts for 76.7%, and tourism and related industries are the largest source of Hokkaido’s GDP.

8. Okayama

Area: 7113.20 square kilometers

Population: 192.51 Okayama governs 14 cities, 10 counties, 11 towns, and 1 village. Okayama has a warm climate and long sunshine hours. It is known as the “Kingdom of Sunny Sky” and is Japan’s fruit base. It is rich in white peaches, muscat grapes, rice, milk, etc., and is also rich in historical buildings and hot spring resources. Local specialties include grilled octopus balls, Okayama ramen, eel rice and other specialties.

9. Fukuoka area: 4972.98 square kilometers

Population: 5.06 million

Fukuoka governs 24 cities, 65 towns, and 8 villages. It is the only government-designated city in Japan besides Kitakyushu with a population of more than one million. It was the political, economic, and diplomatic center in Japan’s history, but it was destroyed in the war. Fukuoka is now the city with the most developed fisheries in Japan, and its grain output ranks among the top in the country. It also has many delicacies and is known as “Eat in Fukuoka”. It is also the industrial base for Japan’s high-tech machinery and automobile-related industries. Ranked ninth among the top ten cities in Japan.

 10. Hiroshima

Area: 905 square kilometers

Population: 1.18 million

Hiroshima is as well-known as Tokyo. It was the first city in the world to be destroyed by an atomic bomb. It was also Japan’s poison gas research and development base during World War II. Hiroshima began reconstruction in 1598 and has now become a modern metropolis, home to well-known companies such as Mazda, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and the Bank of Hiroshima.

8. Simple drawings of famous tourist spots in Japan

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9. Japan’s famous attractions in Japanese

Ginza, one of Japan’s three major scenic spots (Mount Fuji, Kyoto, and Ginza) that symbolizes nature, history, and modernity, is as famous as the Champs Elysées in Paris and Fifth Avenue in New York. It is one of the three most prosperous centers in the world. Ginza gradually formed its current structure through continuous land reclamation. Ginza is the birthplace of many century-old shops and local brands. Chuo-dori, which runs through Ginza 1-chome to 8-chome, was selected as one of Japan’s “100 Famous Streets” and is also the most prosperous main street in Ginza. Every Sunday afternoon, traffic control is implemented throughout the Central Link, making it a pedestrian paradise.

10. What are the famous attractions in Japan?

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