World News Tomorrow – Travel and Leisure Japan
Japan travel guide. A few practical tips for first-time backpackers in Japan. What to see, when to visit, how to get around, what to eat and drink, where to stay and what you shouldn’t miss in Japan: Tokyo, Temples, Akuhabara, Shibuya, Kyoto, Sushi, Sake, Umeshu, Karaoke, Shinkansen.
Cities in Japan are very crowded. When leaving teh cities of Kyoto and Osaka behind go find your way to Kinosaki Onsen. A town hidden away in the mountains known for its hot springs residing along the northern coast of Hyogo prefecture. The town of Kinosaki is thought to be reminiscent of Kyoto, but without the crowds. Breathe the pure unspoiled air, visit sacred temples, wander through moss covered forests, and play on soft sandy beaches. All of this and more can be found in and around Kinosaki Onsen and is only a 2.5 hour train ride from Kyoto Station.
When going to Japan you are amongst those who seek more than travel. It is about people with a deeper more fully and intense sense of discovering culture. Japan is culture wise very different from other civilisations accross the planet.
The big cities are surrounded by vast nautre reserves and the climate over all Islands that form Japan varies from jungle to extrem cold climate big lows and heights.
A country about ancient traditions, beliefs and religions. Animals that embody ancient gods and cities where monkeys dears and bears can co-exist with men.
This travel guide is meant to give you an isight of what to expect when going to Japan. We will deliver a series of 12 parts covering all aspects worth seeing and visiting. Stay with us for the next episode coming in the last week of October 2016.