What place must be visit for someone in first time to holiday in Japan?

Asked by Novia Mardasari · 2 years ago
     

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Answered by Victoria Vlisides · 2 years ago

Tokyo Skytree is a must! I also think you should see Tsukiji fish market. These are pretty standard.

  • Novia Mardasari : Tokyo skytree,,noted. Thank you... Tsukjii Fish market in Tokyo too? (Reply)

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Answered by Amanda Ho · 2 years ago

Mt Fuji!

  • Novia Mardasari : It's one of my list to visit. But i still searching the place around Mt.Fuji for visit. (Reply)

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Answered by Artem Medvedev · 2 years ago

Odaiba


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Answered by Artem Medvedev · 2 years ago

Odaiba

  • Novia Mardasari : Odaiba? Noted. that's name of place? i will searching. Thank you. (Reply)

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Answered by Mee Fong · 2 years ago

 All depends on which part of Japan  you are going.

  • Novia Mardasari : Hm.. yeah that's true. I want to see Sakura, actually . (Reply)

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Answered by Preethu P · 2 years ago

Kyoto and Nara.

  • Novia Mardasari : Nara? is that name of place? (Reply)

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Answered by Guillaume Dore · 2 years ago

Depent how long you are going. For a first time, most people would do Tokyo/Kyoto. It's also possible to stay around Tokyo only and do "side trip" like Nikko, Kamamura, Hakone, same idea fot Kyoto with Nara, Osaka, Kobe, Himeji.
Some people would prefer to go further, like Hiroshima, it really depend on what you want to see and what you want to do. Do you want to see the modern side of Japan, to buy anime related stuff, or a more traditionnal Japan, with old buildings and countryside ?
For a first time, I would say that it's easier if you can stay several day in the same place.

  • Novia Mardasari : Tokyo? like what? I will go for one week in Japan and i want to see related with nature. and i think old building is good. (Reply)

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Answered by Olga Kaneda · 2 years ago

Tokyo has enough to offer, but could you please specify your destination? 


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Answered by Sam Hardwick · 2 years ago

There are so many places to visit in Tokyo, have a look on my page :) Atago Jinja Shrine seems to be one of the less known shrines to visiters, but was personally my favourite. So tranquil and out of the way, check it out!


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Answered by Sherilyn Siy · 2 years ago

Meijijinggu in Harajuku is a must-visit landmark in Tokyo. It is an oasis of green at the heart of the city. It is breathtaking to walk through the huge trees and experience the quiet of the shrine. Then when you're done, Omotesando, Yoyogi and Harajuku are all walking distance from there. 


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