The country where the sun first rises every morning granted us a dozen of unforgettable days, fulfilling our expectations to the max. From the bustling heart of Tokyo to the quiet and peaceful atmosphere of Kyoto’s shrines, the japanese island of Honshu welcomes visitors with a broad array of landmarks developing a secular thriving culture.
Despite a million worthy places to visit in Japan, we consider these ten iconic must-visit landmarks the essential stops, whose diversity depicts the heart and soul of the nipponic routine.
- Sensō-ji, Asakusa, Tokyo
Sensō-ji was completed in the seventh century, which makes it Tokyo’s oldest buddhist temple and one of Japan’s most renowned postcards. Located in the northern Asakusa district, the complex gathers an entrance gate, also known as Kaminarimon, a five-story pagoda, a shopping hallway and the main temples, of course.
- Fushimi Inari-taisha, Kyoto
Kyoto is probably the most traditional city…
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