Here’s Why You Should Include a Japan Tour in Your Travel Goals
For every traveler whose feet are always itching to head out and explore the world, every country is interesting. Literally, all of them are potential destinations to be included in the travel bucket list. However, travelling requires money, time, and energy. You need to pay for flights, travel requirements, hotels, food, and even that specific destination-appropriate clothing. Not everyone has the luxury of resources to spend for all of that.
Because most of us fall in that category, we carefully choose what we include in our travel bucket list. We want those places that fit our personality and those that we know we’ll have countless experiences to learn from. Cut it short, we’ll only book that flight bound to somewhere we really, really want to go more than any place in the world. This year, why would anyone include a tour to Japan in his travel bucket list anyway?
Attractions are Great for Every Personality
Its capital city Tokyo and all its other bustling cities are full of people, skyscrapers, energy, industry, and technological advancement. You know for sure that Japan has made major contributions in the different fields of technology. If you dub yourself as a techy nerd, you’ll love learning about the latest technological innovations in Japan’s major metropolitan areas.
In addition, the bustling cities of Japan are a great place for the most outgoing city girls and city guys out there who are ever excited on the idea of meeting new people, restaurant-hopping, partying, and shopping. Night walks in the city that never sleeps are always fascinating with all its blinking lights and sounds.
“But, no, I’m not into city. Also, even the urban kids love to slip away from the fast-paced daily grind in the metro and head somewhere quiet and peaceful.” Okay, we totally understand. Japan totally understands. In fact, the country is so generous to offer you not just its large cities full of technology, but its vast collection of hot springs, mountains, farms, and even beaches too! This site talks about how you can experience a farm life in Japan.
Every Season Holds a Special Charm
Sure, there are countries you wouldn’t wish to visit in a specific season because there aren’t much to do. For example, you wouldn’t be visiting islands and beaches when it’s rainy season. But, talking about Japan, every season in this country holds a special charm. Most especially, people would want to visit this awesome country in spring to see the lovely cherry blossoms in its full bloom, bemusing tourists and locals alike. Hey, when you go to Japan somewhere in between the months of March to May, you can’t go home without having a photoshoot with those cherry blossoms in the background. Sounds exciting? Absolutely!
Also, don’t forget that Japan has huge farms of other lovely and fragrant blooms as well such as lavender, poppies, and baby’s breath. That would even be perfect for a spring dream pre-wedding shoot.
Meanwhile, what would make a winter adventure fun and full of life? Be your child-like self and go dog sledding in Hokkaido! It’s a super fun adventure that makes both you and the huskies exhilarated.
Full of Art, History, and Culture
Artists and art-enthusiasts-but-not-artists would be fascinated as they immerse themselves in Japan’s rich collection of art, history, and culture. Their unique architecture evident in the well-preserved ancient castles and houses make a good subject for research, visual artwork, and photography. If you’re a creative wishing to unplug from your job and recharge your creativity, Japan is your go-to place. In some of their historical museums, you’ll even get a peek of what’s life like in the ancient Japanese period as you get to wear ninja costumes and traditional Japanese kimono.
Food That’s Gastronomically-Addicting
Ramen. Sushi. Tempura. Green tea. The list goes on. Oh sure, you’re drooling! Most Japanese cuisines are super appetizing and gastronomically-addicting. And what better way is there to taste their authentic dishes? Visit the place where they’ve originated.
Manga and Anime Lovers, Off We Go!
Every year, manga and anime events are held in Japan. Cool, right? Who knows, you might attend one. Also, they have manga cafes where you can read and rent manga books. They have private cubicles especially designated for distraction-free reading as well. How awesome that would be for manga and anime lovers.
Being an all-in-one destination, Japan surely deserves to be part of your travel bucket list. Plan for it now.