Did you know that Mount Fuji (Mt.Fuji or Fujisan)is actually an active volcano? But don’t worry, it’s been a while since it last erupted. So, we are all good for now! 🌋❤️ If hiking isn’t your thing, you can always explore the beautiful surrounding lakes, enjoy some hot spring baths, or even take a boat ride on Lake Ashi.
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Kyoto is the most popular ancient capital, and walking on the streets of Kyoto feels like stepping back in time. Kiyomizu dera Temple! 🏯 This stunning temple is perched on a hilltop with stunning views of Kyoto. Also, don’t miss a visit to the iconic Kinkakuji Temple! Also known as the Golden Pavilion, this Zen Buddhist temple stands majestically amid beautiful gardens.
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Shiretoko is in the easternmost part of Hokkaido. Shiretoko is a popular tourist destination as a World Natural Heritage site with a diverse ecosystem that connects the sea and land. 🌊💙 Composed of 1,500-meter-high mountains, cliffs, rivers and forests🌲, Shiretoko is a treasure trove of rare wildlife🐾, where prehistoric nature comes alive.
Recommended for beginners as it walks on flat roads.
The promenade is condensed with a variety of landscapes such as forest areas, grassland areas, and coastal areas.
From the observatory overlooking the sea of Okhotsk, you can see the Furepe Waterfall flowing through the cliffs.
Go to the night forest in search of encounters with wild animals !
On a clear day, look up at the starry sky.
Shirakawago, a magical village tucked away in the mountains of Japan! 🏞️🏯 Prepare to be amazed by its traditional Gassho-zukuri farmhouses, with their distinctive thatched roofs resembling hands in prayer. 🙏✨ Get your cameras ready, take as many photos as you can and share them on social media.. 📸
The streets of ancient Nara were once hailed as “the end of the Silk Road” by travelers from around the world, and it has been such a modern and charming town for 1,400 years. The majestic Todai-ji Temple, home to the famous Great Buddha. Nara Park, where you can find adorable bowing deer everywhere! 🦌 These furry friends are considered sacred and are definitely the true superstars of Nara. Kasuga Taisha Shrine, nestled in a lush forest. 🌳 It’s famous for its stunning stone lanterns, which are lit twice a year during the Lantern Festival. 🏮
Hiroshima has two World Heritage Sites. The first is the Atomic Bomb Dome in the center of Hiroshima, a World Heritage Site that bears witness to the dropping of the world’s first atomic bomb in 1945 and is a symbol of prayer for the abolition of nuclear weapons and lasting peace.🕊️🌸🙏 The other is Itsukushima Shrine in Miyajima. The vivid vermilion-painted temple standing on the Seto Inland Sea is one of Japan’s three major scenic spots.⛩️🌊✨
Yakushima, located south of Kagoshima, is Japan’s first island to be included in the World Natural Heritage list. It is made up of moss-covered trees that are thousands of years old. These ancient beauties are called “Yakusugi” and they are like living legends on the island. 🌿🌳Yakushima also has a variety of wild animals! You might spot some furry friends like monkeys, deer, or even loggerhead sea turtles frolicking along the shore. 🐒🦌🐢
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