Japan is a relatively small Asian country and it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Many first time visitors to this place would be perplexed by how advanced and awesome this country is. It is a perfect blend of traditional and modern infrastructure and it is popularly known as a technology hub. Japans celebrates a very long history and up to date it still has a lot to offer in terms of traditional culture. If planning to visit Japan in your next holiday trip, consider visiting the following places

  1. Tokyo

Tokyo is Japans capital city and one of the most populous metropolitan areas in the world. It is a perfect blend of traditional and ultramodern architecture with temples and state of the art skyscrapers. It is a large energetic and an incredible destination with a lot to offer in tourism. There are awesome shopping malls and you can dine in the countless restaurants that offer the best of Japanese culinary delicacies. Tokyo also harbors some of the best museums that have the best collections of the Japanese art, ancient poetry and the Buddhist sculptures.

  1. Mount Fuji

If passionate about hiking then the Fuji Mountain would be you next stop spot in Japan.  Mount Fuji is the tallest mountain in Japan standing at 3776 meters. It is volcanic type of mount with an outstanding beauty ideal for very nice photography for life long memories. For centuries this mountain has remained a pilgrimage site and it is considered as a scared place.  Averagely 200000 people visit this place annually.

  1. Hiroshima peace memorial park

Hiroshima is a popular city but with a horror it faced in the world war 2 of an atomic bombing. This is one of the greatest catastrophes japan has faced, but this city’s has shown an amazing resilience. The Hiroshima Peace memorial park was established to commemorate the lives lost in the nuclear bombing.  It stands at the epicenter of the city and in it are monuments and memorials relating to the events of the August 1945. More than one million people visit this place every year in memory of the lives lost from the bombing.

  1. Okinwa Island

Okinawa Island is a popular tourist destination spot in Japan. It has more than 130 independent beaches with something different and sheer to offer. If looking for beguiling beaches, sheer white sands and cerulean still waters, then your next stop spot is at the Okinawa Island. With the many beaches you will never miss the perfect one that best defines your expectations.

  1. Hokkaido Island.

If you are passionate about animals then the Hokkoido Island would offer something new to your imagination and spirit of adventure. This island is a home to several Japanese indigenous animals and birds. It is Japans northern most island and it is known for the Sapporo snow festival held here every year.  Some of the popular animals you would come across are the Ezo Momonga, Ezo Fukuro, Hokkaido fox and several other animals.