A country of incredible scenery and distinctive architecture.
If you’ve ever visited Japan, you probably already know how this amazing country. And for those who are just planning to visit the country of the rising sun, to be envied – they face a lot of unforgettable experiences. In our today’s collection you will find the most interesting and beautiful places in Japan. Some of them are popular attractions, others are far from the tourist routes, but each is a unique jewel of this country.
1. Sagano bamboo grove, Arashiyama Park, Kyoto.
Bamboo forest Sagano moves like tourists in a completely different reality. Besides being high bamboo stalks themselves look impressive when the wind blows they still make sounds, “sing”, as the locals say.
2. Field of the 4.5 million forget-me-nots in the Park Hitachi
Park Hitachi is located in the northeastern part of the Prefecture of Tokyo, but the island of Honshu. The most ideal time to visit the Park Hitachi is September, when bloom 4.5 million nanofil (American forget-me-nots) that transforms the surface of the earth in an amazing blue blanket of flowers.
3. Tunnel of Wisteria Wisteria in the garden of flowers, Kawachi Fuji.
Japanese garden, Kawachi Fuji is located in the Northern part of the island of Kyushu, near Fukuoka. To visit this place is best in late April, at this time the garden reaches the most vivid and lush flowering.
4. Shibazakura Field.
Shibazakura is a rare moss pink and white purple color, which grows in the region of the five Fuji lakes. Every year, from April to June in honor of this extraordinary phenomenon, a festival Fuji Shibazakura.
5. River in Kawagoe.
The city of Kawagoe is famous for its beautiful rivers, floating on which, it is possible to feel the atmosphere of ancient Japan, which has been preserved here. That is Kawagoe in the seventeenth century was a fortress and the official residence of the chief sagansky protection.
6. Fushimi Inari-Taisha.
One of the main Shinto shrines in Kyoto, the main attraction here is the thousands of red ritual gates which stand on both sides of the road, the length of which is more than 4 km.
7. Trail Of The Nakasendō.
The old by-pass path leading from Kyoto to Edo, which was of great importance for trade in the XVII century. The trail passes through very picturesque countryside.
8. The Temple Of Natadera.
Buddhist temple founded in 717 year wandering monk. Especially beautiful this building looks in winter, amid snow cover.
9. Saantoja pagoda and the waterfall, Nachi-no-taki.
The three-story structure executed in traditional Japanese style, which combined perfectly with the breathtaking landscape. Near the pagoda is the tallest waterfall in Japan, its height is as much as 133 meters.
10. Festival of bamboo lights in Taketa.
During this festival make 20 thousand lamps made of bamboo, which burn for three nights. Festival of bamboo lights in Taketa begins on the third Friday of November.
11. Blue pond in Hokkaido.
Amazing blue pond, located at the foot of mount Tokachi on Hokkaido island, owes its color to natural minerals.
12. Blooming Sakura in Tokyo.
Spring festival of cherry blossom in Japan lasts about two weeks, transforming the modern capital of the country in a fragrant garden.
13. Curato pagoda and mount Fuji.
Pagoda Kurata – Japanese war memorial was created in 1963. The pagoda is on a hill and to get to it, will have to overcome as many as 400 steps. However, the architectural beauty of the pagoda and great views of mount Fuji is worth all the effort.
14. Island Aogashima.
Very unusual and scenic volcanic island in the center of which is an active volcano.
15. Tea garden with views of mount Fuji
Amazingly beautiful tea plantation, located in Shizuoka Prefecture. Here you can drink a Cup of green tea, imported to Japan from China more than 1300 years ago and enjoy the beautiful natural scenery.
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