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Holiday in Japan

Posted on November 8, 2017 at 9:15 AM

By Yamin Raj

Japan has a rich cultural heritage, with natural beauty, and a twist of contemporary curiosities, which make it a very interesting country to visit. So, while booking your Japan vacation tour package, make sure you travel less and visit important places of the country!

1. The Sumo Stable

When in Japan, do what the Japanese do! It is really suggested to see and live the culture of the place where you want a vacation. The Arashio Sumo Stable is a place of sport. The colossal sumo wrestlers, the fighting ring, the dripping noise that affects your ear drums, all this is an experience you will remember forever. Be sure to consult the official Japan Sumo Association page for the right location and planning. 

2. Visit the ancient cities of Kyoto

Kyoto is a place full of history. Its architectural wonders possess a great historical landmark. The Zen Buddhist Temple, for example, is one of them. Situated on the banks of a beautiful pond, this temple holds its golden frame having a subtle reflection on the waters.

3. Overnight in a temple

Have you ever spent a night in a temple? Well, this is definitely the highlight of your holiday in Japan. Traveling to Mount Koya gives you the opportunity to walk through the mysterious landscapes of the Okunoin Cemetery and see the multiple temples there. Then you can have an all night rest at a silent temple together with monks.

Book your Japan travel package and have an exciting holiday. Just make sure you get the right one that gets you fulfilled and rewarded. Different holiday packages in Japan help you and your family in your future travels to enjoy your holiday in the country.

Categories: Asia

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