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The beautiful emerald green sea, which boasts the world's leading transparency, and the scenery created by nature-rich islands have won three stars in Michelin Green Guide Japan
Kyoto, the capital of Japan for more than 1,000 years, is the best place to experience Japanese traditional culture
Torii of Itsukushima Shrine is famous for its floating appearance. It's because it looks like you're floating in the air at high tide.
Toshogu is a shrine dedicated to Ieyasu Tokugawa, the first general of the Edo Shogunate, and is also registered as a World Heritage Site, and there are cedar trees that are over 360 years old in the surrounding
Shinjuku Gyoen is a park in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. It is 583,000m2 in width and 3.5km in circumference, and is the largest in the Shinjuku area.
Ginza, named after a silver coin issued in 1612, has a story that it has apples worth more than 50,000 won in Korean money and the world's most expensive coffee
Horyuji Temple, built by Prince Shotoku (574-622), is the oldest temple in Japan and is said to be the oldest wooden building in the world.
Minato Mirai, which means 'port of the future', is a beach city in Yokohama that boasts a high level of development.
nikko national park
With an area of 1,407 square kilometers, Nikko National Park is one of the most beautiful views and most visitors in Japan
Japan's most famous Buddhist temple in Asakusa, Japan It's said to be the oldest
Nagoya, the center of Japan's automobile and aviation industries and the technology city of the robot industry showing remarkable growth
It is famous for having the world's largest aquarium, but it is a popular tourist destination because you can see 3 whale sharks over 10m here
East of Kyoto, built on a wooded hill It is especially famous for its wooden platform, which was built 13 meters above the ground and connects to the main hall
More than 2 million passengers come and go every day, and people are busy heading to the workplaces of high-rise buildings towering over the streets
The world-famous Sapporo Snow Festival is held here, and many wonderful ice and snow sculptures will be exhibited in February when the festival is held.
Tokyo Sky Tree is a radio tower built in Sumida Ward, Tokyo, Japan. It was originally planned to be 610.58m high, but was changed to 634m high in October 2009, making it the world's tallest self-reliant radio tower, beating the CN Tower in Canada and Guangzhou Tower in China
Kanazawa is a city that has not experienced war damage or natural disasters for 400 years It is also called the second Kyoto as a place where Edo period culture remains throughout the city
a golden building to match the name of a gold pavilion Geumgaksa Temple is designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Omuro Mountain, which looks as if a rice bowl is upside down, is designated as a national natural monument as a volcano 580m above sea level