Top 10 Places To Visit On Your Japan Trip

Nidhi Kadere


Tokyo boasts world-class attractions, from historic sites like Senso-ji Temple to cutting-edge tech hubs like Akihabara. Its cuisine, transport, and safety standards are exceptional.

Tokyo Tower | Shutterstock


Kyoto, a cultural treasure, showcases ancient temples, serene bamboo groves, and traditional tea ceremonies, providing an authentic glimpse into Japan's heritage.

Kyoto in Higashiyama historic district | Shutterstock

Mt Fuji

Mount Fuji, Japan's iconic volcano, offers breathtaking views and an adventurous climb. Its cultural significance and natural beauty make it a must-visit destination.

Mt Fuji in autumn | Shutterstock


Hiroshima, a symbol of peace, invites visitors to learn about history at the Peace Memorial Park, fostering reflection and promoting global harmony.

The Atomic Dome | Shutterstock


Yakushima's lush wilderness, a UNESCO World Heritage site, entices nature enthusiasts with ancient forests, endemic wildlife, and serene hiking trails in a natural setting.

Yakushima mountains | Shutterstock


Koya-san, a sacred mountain retreat, allows travellers to immerse in Buddhist culture with temple lodgings, meditation, and a cemetery with a serene, spiritual ambience.

Koyasan, Japan's most sacred mountains | Shutterstock

Okinawa And The Southern Islands

Okinawa and the Southern Islands offer tropical paradise in Japan, with stunning beaches, unique Ryukyuan culture, vibrant marine life, and pleasant year-round weather.

Okinawa Sea and Shisa Zanpa Beach | Shutterstock


Osaka, Japan's culinary capital, boasts diverse street food, vibrant nightlife, historic landmarks like Osaka Castle, and the modern entertainment of Universal Studios Japan.

Osaka Castle | Shutterstock


Kamikōchi, nestled in the Japanese Alps, enchants nature lovers with pristine landscapes, hiking trails, and the serene beauty of the Azusa River Valley.

Lake in Kamikōchi | Shutterstock


Naoshima, an art lover's haven, features contemporary art installations, museums, and unique architecture on a picturesque island, creating an immersive cultural experience.

Giant pumpkin object by Yayoi Kusama | Shutterstock