Japan is said to be the land of rising sun. Its true because this country has such a geographical position on planet earth that sun rises first from Japan. This is a beautiful land of its unique culture, architecture and traditions. Local people are world’s most civilized and polite people.
It will be an unforgettable experience of your life if you visit this country. You will be surely impressed with hospitality of this country.
Country is rich in its culture and traditions while on the other hand country is the leader in science and technology. It is truly a combination of new and old. World’s largest heavy industries are located in Japan. The capital of country is Tokyo. Tokyo is expo center for all science and technology inventions in the world.
Japan is such a unique place that it is not surrounded by any land. Yes you are thinking right, it is an island totally surrounded by sea. That is why no neighbor countries are there. It is a standalone country right in the centre of the world.
Japan is considered as a land of natural disasters. As it is an isolated island, earthquake rate is highest. Due to this reason houses are not built with bricks, rather they build their houses with wood mostly. There is also a high risk of volcanic eruption. Volcanoes erupt very often. So most of the land is not populated due to this natural disaster problem.
Open air gardens in Japan
Many open-air beer restaurants are open during the summer. On rooftops or gardens of department stores, hotels, parks, and so on. It’s a symbol of summer. These places are a source of enjoyment and recreation for the Japanese as well as for tourists. It is an eye catching sight to see sun set from the roof of a hotel or from an open air restaurant. Kenroku-en in Kanazwa, Ritsurin Koen in Takamatsu, and Koraku-en in Okayama are some of the most celebrated gardens in Japanese history. Koraku-en in particular is widely known for being the largest and most beautiful garden as its artificial hills, ponds, buildings and flowers took 14 years to complete.
Kamakura is a popular tourist destination in Kanagawa prefecture. The city offers both scenic beauty and interesting historical sites. It’s located about 30 miles southwest of central Tokyo and can be a good day-trip destination if you want to get away from the big city.
Shrines and Temples
As the religion of this country is Buddhism, so there are many temples and shrines of Buddhists all around the country. Some of most treasured ancient structures are its shrines and temples. While shrines are typically associated with Shinto worship, temples are most often a symbol of Buddhism. Scattered around the country spanning centuries of design and worship, the shrines and temples of Japan are some of the finest examples of Japanese heritage and spirituality. Read on to learn more about which shrines you can find on your trip across all country.