Japan tourist experience – Top 5 attractions in Japan.

Japan-the country of Sunrise is not only famous for cherry blossoms, Mount Fuji but also the cradle of a culturally diverse, with friendly people, hospitality and advanced science background.                  
 
Country of Japan

Japan under Chinese think is “the Sun”, so the new Japan called the country of sunrise. With an area of almost 400,000 km2, stretching from the sea of Okhotsk in the North to the South China Sea of China. The eastern borders with South Korea and Russia had created for Japan in a favorable trading location. In particular, Japan is also the country that has many islands in the world with nearly 7,000 islands, 5 of which the largest and many people live for is Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, Shikoku and Okinawa.

The Japanese seriously studying and learning from doing actual work. The literacy rate in Japan is almost 100%, the unemployment rate is also very low. In particular they are very conscious about the protection of the property and its culture, so Japan is one country retains traditional profession.
If used to speak about 5 from the Japanese: DILIGENCE-SMART-SAVINGS-LOYALTY-HIGH RESPONSIBILITY. Major thanks to the virtues so that Japan can reach outstanding achievements as of today. The Japanese is a shining example to the world and learning..
Culture and customs

The traditional sport of Sumo is Japan, but the vast majority of Japanese people love baseball even more. In addition, the martial as: Karate, Judo, Aikido, Kendo are also derived from Japan

The gift is a central part of the Japanese culture. for the Japanese, the gift has become a habit, a ceremonial indispensable in their daily life. The gift is viewed as a way of expressing the love and respect each other and to identify social relationships. Therefore, if they donated a gift you don’t deny that make fun reception and donate back to school a

The Japanese are highly regarded in the traditional rituals, the say hello, what to eat, how to shoes, sorry, thanks, or drinking tea, … also play follow the rituals and rules. However, this does not uninstall with foreign guests, but you still have to pay attention to not lost the Japanese people.

In addition, the tramway and the fish markets also played no small part in the modern culture of the country.

The culinary culture of Japan is extremely rich and diverse. Have to say, very little of any country in the world has such exquisite cuisines of Japan. for them, not only do no stomach but also a beauty culture, is both a sky arts.

Sushi, tea and cakes made from rice flour is the main definition in Japanese cuisine culture. In addition, they also have fish, shellfish, basashi (horse meat), cantaloupe, watermelon and black Kobe beef …


Top 5 attractions in Japan.
1. Himeji Castle (Himeji-JO)

Himeji Castle is one of the most important destination of Japanese tourists. Located in Himeji city of Hyogo Prefecture, Himeji is a building block castle was renovated from an ancient fort. Himeji is considered the architectural model of the Japanese castle, was completely natural integrity through bombing in World War 2 and the Kobe earthquake.

2. Vestige Kyoto 

Evil destination in Kyoto ancient vestige is an indispensable part of any tourist itinerary in Japan yet. Specifically, visiting ancient capital of Kyoto you’ll discover: 14 Buddhist temples including the temple Kyogokoku-ji (Temple Toji), Temple Kiyomizu-dera, temple Enryaku, temple Daigo, Ninna-ji, a monastery Byodo-in temple Kozan, Saiho moss temple, temple Tenryu, Rokuon temple (Kinkakuji golden temple), temple Jisho (Ginkaku-ji temple silver) Ryoan temple, Nishi Hongan temple; 3 Shrine Shinto include: Temple Kamigamo, Shimogamo Shrine Temple Ujigami; and one castle is the Nijo Castle. Among them, the most prominent is the Kiyomizu temple with a wooden structure high on the temple Kinkakuji covered with leaves of pure gold, the temple Ryoanji with rock garden style meditation, and temple Kozanji located deep in the woods with the the most precious national treasure of Japan.

3. Hiroshima Peace Memorial – Genbaku DOME (Atomic Bomb Dome) 



Lot of the main attractions of this city is the Hiroshima Peace Memorial to surround Genbaku atomic bomb Dome. This is the only remaining building, remain in place nearest the bomb exploded.

4. Itsukushima Shrine 

Located on the island of Miyajima in Hiroshima Prefecture, Itsukushima Shrine (also called communal spirit Itsukushima) is important Shinto works of Japanese tourists, famous for the giant torii gate. This scene torii gate submerged in sea water in front of the island of Miyajima Misen mountain is one of the 3 most beautiful of Japan.

5.CLUSTER temples NIKKO 

Clusters of Nikko’s travel Japan includes 103 buildings and nature located in Nikko, Tochigi Prefecture. The location is in the Shinto shrine and Futarasan is 2 Toshogu along with Buddhist pagoda Rinnoji is 1. Among the works there are 3 most prominent works is the curved wooden bridge in Shinkyo and Futarasan Tower 5, floor, and Sanbutsudo Toshogu in Gojunoto (also known as Sando) Rinnoji temple with statues in Buddha and Guanyin was pinned by leaves of pure gold.

Some notes in public places and to communicate with the Japanese.

– Japanese people always put the hygiene standards at the top, just very crowded street, many passersby, but the streets are spotless, clean. Such is precisely because the sense of hygiene in public places highly of the Japanese. Absolutely not littering, cigarette, etc. down the road that should be trashed. 

– Foreign tourists are often surprised to see on the street, a lot where the Japanese and massing neatly lined up and waiting Find the understanding is that they line up to wait for the house to turn into supermarkets, cinemas, tourist sites, etc. Casino center renowned Japanese culture queue. They lined up everywhere, you will never see scenes jostle in this country. In public we must note the order, on somewhere to queue or they would be reminded. Roadside walk away to the left, up the escalator to stand to the left (right for people who are in a hurry).


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