Top tourist attractions in Japan

Japan is popular travel destination in the world. Japan has a unique blend of traditional and modern temples and buildings. Japan complains the past co-existing temples with the modern achievements in architecture and technology. Visitors can be immersed in Japanese history and culture then they get a glimpse of the future through technological developments. The natural beauty of japan can be seen in all year. Japan has a world lowest crime rates which make the japan as an ideal for travelers. Here are some top plan vacations in Japan:

  • Hiroshima
  • Jigokudani Monkey Park
  • The Kiyomizu-Dera
  • The Himeji Castle
  • The Great Buddha of Kamakura
  • The Today Temple

Hiroshima:

The Hiroshima is a place, which is the peace memorial hunting tribute to the lives lost during the atomic bomb was dropped on the Hiroshima on august 6, 1945. There is a set park, where the memorial features like gen Baku dome which is the only building left standing in the vicinity after the bomb is dropped. These are the harsh reminders of the world at war. These remains the visitors to the importance of the human life.

The Jigokudani Monkey Park:

Is a hot spring area near to Nagano. The meaning of the name Jigokudani is hell’s valley. It is due to the steam and boiling water which are bubbles out of the frozen ground, which is surrounded by the steep cliffs and formidably cold forests. This area is famous for the large population of wild snow monkeys, which are going to the valley during the winter when the snow cover the park.

The Kiyomizu-Dera:

The Kiyomizu-Dera is the Buddhist temple which is located in the eastern Kyoto. It can be traced back in the year of 798. An indoor waterfall fed from the outside river keeps the temple with the harmony of nature and not one nail was used in the construction. The local peoples are used to jump off the edge to have a wish granted which has only 85.4%sevival rates. The visitors can enjoy the shines and talismans and artwork on display without risking life and limb.

The Himeji Castle:

The Himeji Castle is considered as the best example of Japanese castle architecture. It survived the bombing of the World War 2 and frequently seen in domestic and foreign films, which includes the James bond movie” you only live twice”. The white exterior and design give a castle appearance of a bird taking flight, which has the castle nickname “white egret castle”.

The Today Temple:

The Today Temple is a Sara feat of engineering. It is a world’s largest wooden building and it is home to the world’s largest bronze Buddha statue. It is surrounded by the beautiful gardens and wildlife. The region school of Buddhism is centered here. And also the grounds which hold many artifacts of Japanese and Buddhist. The deer are allowed to roam freely on the grounds as messengers to the Shinto gods.

These all places make the japan as a wonderful tourist place.