5 Tourist Attractions in Japan: from Akihabara to Shibuya

Visiting Japan in spring is the perfect time to see the beauty of Sakura. What are other interesting tours?

INDONEWTRAVEL.COM - Japan is one of the countries with the most tourists in Asia. Tourists from various places every year come to this country which is known as the country of the rising sun.

Japan offers a variety of tourist attractions ranging from natural natural attractions to modern and technological tours.

In general, foreign tourists visiting Japan will increase when spring arrives, which coincides with the blooming of Sakura flowers.

The exotic flower which is one of the symbols of this country never fails to bring in tourists from all over the world.

However, Japan is not just about Sakura. There are still many places that must be visited, if you visit there. Anything? Here are the places that must be visited while on vacation to Japan.


Heaven for otaku around the world. Akihabara is the center of all kinds of anime, manga, video games, computers, and gadgets, all of which can be found in Akihabara.

There are also many cafes that carry the Maid Cafe theme, where waiters will call customers Master (goshujin-sama) like a waiter to an employer.

This type of cafe has become one of Akihabara's trade marks in recent years.

Churaito Pagoda, Yamanashi

Visiting Japan in spring is indeed the best choice, the blooming flowers will add to the beauty of the scenery.

The place that must be visited is Churita Pagoda, Yamanashi, here visitors will be treated to a beautiful view of the collaboration of a Japanese-style red pagoda with blooming cherry blossoms, coupled with Mount Fuji as the backdrop, guaranteed to spoil the eyes of anyone who sees it.


“Little Edo” is the nickname for Kawagoe. When visiting here, tourists will be treated to lined up old stalls, and Toki no Kane (bell tower).

Tourists are encouraged to walk in Kimono while in Kawagoe to feel as if they were in the ancient Edo period.

Here tourists will see how authentic Japanese culture cannot be seen in Tokyo. As reported on the official website.


No trip to Japan is complete without visiting the famous “Scramble Crossing” in Shibuya.

Tourists will be treated to the famous Japanese walking culture. How not, at this intersection, on weekdays the pedestrian traffic reaches 2.8 million people a day.

It's really amazing isn't it? Walking on this crossing will make tourists feel the daily culture of Japanese people.

Motonosumi Inari Shrine, Yamaguchi

Motonosumi Inari Shrine is a unique shrine located in Nagato city, in Yamaguchi prefecture.

The shrine is famous for its 123 red torii gates leading to cliffs overlooking the Sea of ​​Japan, complemented by an impressive view, with the contrasting colors of the red torii gates, blue sky and the surrounding ocean and greenery.

For tourists who like the atmosphere of Japan and the sea, Motonosumi is the right choice.

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