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Unique points of interest in Japan

Sakurajima Volcano

From the series “Volcanoes and Traps That Changed the Face of the Planet”
One of the most dangerous volcanoes in the world is in Japan. Sakurajima volcano is constantly active since 1955. Researchers believe that its eruption may be the most extensive in the history. This disaster can begin at any time. One of the last eruptions happened in 2009. The volcano is located in the immediate vicinity of the city of Kagoshima, so its residents live in a permanent alert.

Literally, every day locals prepare themselves for disaster. There are many underground shelters built in the city. Exercises, which involve both adults and children, are regular here. Instant-acting web cameras have been installed over the volcano to track its activity in real time. The largest eruption of Sakurajima volcano happened in 1924. A huge amount of lava was thrown through the vent. It went … Read all

Minami-Jima Beach

From the series “Most Fabulous and Magic Beaches”
Minami-jima holds a special place among the popular beaches of Japan. Only a few travelers could see this magical corner of the world. The beach is located on the tropical island that is famous for its unique nature. One of the main attractions of the island is a small lagoon with a romantic sandy beach separated by the gracious stone arch.

The wild beach doesn’t have any infrastructure. The place attracts fans of spectacular natural locations and divers. The coastal waters are inhabited by a large number of fish species, as well as rare shellfish, turtles, and other representatives of the underwater world. It is important to note that the island of Minami-jima is uninhabited, so you can reach it only by boat from the nearby island of Ogasawara.

Several years ago, a charming island … Read all
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Interactive maps of hiking and biking routes in Japan

1. You can zoom in/out using your mouse wheel, as well as move the map of Japan with your mouse.
2. This interactive map presents two modes: 'Biking Routes' and 'Hiking Routes'. Use the '+' button on the map to switch between them.

Railway and landscape maps of Japan

This Japan map has two modes: 'Railway Network' and 'Landscape & Rural Map'. Use the '+' button on the map to navigate.

Maps of cities and regions of Japan

Meiji Temple Meiji Shinto Temple is one of the best examples of the architecture of Shinto religion in Japan. The temple is located in the middle of a dark forest, an unexpected oasis of wild nature in the central part of the city. In order to reach the temple, visitors must pass a huge wooden tower and continue their walk in a wide pebbled path. Completed in 1920, the temple was built in honor of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken - during their reign Japan became a modern country, open to … Read more
Kanazawa, the capital of Ishikawa Prefecture, is situated in the heart of the Japanese archipelago. The area where the city was built is between two rivers, namely, the Sai and Asano. Besides that, Kanazawa is situated on the coast of the Sea of Japan. It is hard to put into words how picturesque local nature is. It is virtually impossible to find another city in the world where ancient so peacefully coexists with modern. Miraculous old temples with their centuries-old history border with modern … Read more
The greatest Buddhist monument is the temple of Kinkaku-ji. It is known under the unofficial name Golden Temple by many tourists. The walls and roof of this temple are covered with sheets of pure gold. At any time of the year, it looks simply unrepeatable against the backdrop of the surrounding landscapes. The temple was built at the end of the 14th century, and is known for hosting the last years of the life of the Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. In 1950, the building was badly damaged by a fire. … Read more
Near the coast is the Osaka Maritime Museum occupying an original spherical building with a facade faced with mirror tiles. The museum opened in 2000 is located on the water - 15 meters away from the shore. The four-story museum features a wide variety of exhibits, from beautiful models of old ships to antique ship equipment. The modern museum has many interactive exhibits, as well as a modern cinema hall where themed movies are shown every day. Don't ignore the National Museum of Arts that … Read more
Nakajima Park is a perfect place to get acquainted with national culture and traditions. It houses some interesting cultural and entertainment institutions. You can combine admiring the scenery and a visit a national puppet-show. A beautiful Japanese Garden where they hold tea ceremonies is also located there. Literary Museum operates in the park, yet the opening of the Concert Hall took place not long ago. It is quite easy to find a suitable place in the park for secluded rest. A stroll … Read more
The city is not without contemporary architectural monuments. Their largest concentration is found in the actively developing Momochi area. Here is the Fukuoka Tower - the highest skyscraper in the city, built in 1989. The height of the skyscraper is 234 meters. It is a popular tourist site with an excellent viewing platform at an altitude of 116 meters. All urban areas and sights can be seen from its top. In the skyscraper run several restaurants and cafes. Lovers of historical sites will be … Read more
The reminder of the tragic events taking place in August 1945 is the Genbaku Dome. This is a historical construction crowned with a big globe dome. It is very surprising that the historic building is only 16 meters from the epicenter of the atomic bomb explosion and managed to survive. The building has not been intentionally reconstructed, so you can admire the same construction as it was after the explosion. The historic building was built in 1915. In the first half of the 20th century, it was … Read more
Nagoya outskirts are the location of an interesting ethnographic museum in the open air that is called Meiji Mura. Antique houses that were traditionally built in Japan in the second half of the 19th century are the main exhibits of this unusual museum. Houses from different parts of the country were brought to this museum, and some of the buildings belonged to famous and noble people in the past. Each of the houses features an interesting collection of antique items. The museum has one more … Read more - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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