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Japan at home: enjoy the beauty of Japan from your desk

By Christophe Audisio    - 3 min read

With the current situation calling for people to use more video calls and conferencing for catch-ups or meetings, why not change your desktop wallpaper or liven up your video call background with our selection of some of our best pictures of Japan from around the website!

Cherry blossoms around Shibakoen

Cherry blossom are known to be Japan's most beloved and famous flower, bringing millions of people together taking part to hanami every year. Shibakoen in Tokyo is one of the most famous spots to enjoy the cherry blossoms.

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(Photo: JapanTravel)

The Satte Sakura festival

Tokyo has its share of great spots to enjoy cherry blossoms, such as Shibakoen mentioned above, but they can get crowded pretty quickly. For people looking for other options, then Satte - in Saitama prefecture - offers a great alternative in the Gongendo Park, with its amazing 1 km row of cherry blossom trees.

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(Photo: Leslie Taylor)

Sensoji in a photo summary

The Sensoji Temple is located in the heart of Tokyo's Asakusa district and is the oldest temple to be found. The history and culture that can be seen in the place make it one of the most popular spots in the capital.

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(Photo: Leslie Taylor)

Autumn at Naruko Gorge

The Naruko Gorge is located in the Miyagi prefecture. Famours for its hot springs and the traditional kokeshi dolls, the prefecture boasts a great abundance of natural landscapes, such as these gorgeous falls.

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(Photo: Kana Shimoniida)

Three Days in Aomori and Hokkaido

Everyone visiting Japan will make sure to check Tokyo and Kyoto, the most famous places in the country. But there are many more places to visit that are not short of amazing sights and discoveries, such as Aomori and Hokkaido.

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(Photo: Leslie Taylor)

Japanese survival phrases - Guide

Tori gates are one of the most recognizable symbols of Japanese culture. If you have never had the opportunity to visit the country, you can check here some survival phrases that will help anyone planning to travel to Japan in the future!

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(Photo: Edward Yagisawa)

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Christophe Audisio

Christophe Audisio @christophe.audisio

French & Italian living in Japan, I have been traveling to Japan every year until I moved to the Shonan area in early 2019. Coffee lover, I spend most of my free time looking for the best cafes the area has to offer.

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Elizabeth S 8 months ago
Christophe Audisio Author 8 months ago
All taken from our great community members around the website, there are so many more beautiful ones!
Kim 8 months ago
So timely and fun!