Pictures To Convince You To Visit Japan

12 Pictures That Will Convince You To Visit Japan Now

Japan is an incredibly beautiful modern country; as well as a nation that values it's culture and traditions deeply, and this is the main reason I loved traveling to Japan so much! Every person I met was exceptionally respectful and kind.

I have collected my favorite photos from my trip to Japan to attempt to show the beauty of the country accurately and convince you to travel there someday.

12 Pictures that display the Beautiful Must See Areas in Japan

1. The Breathtaking Natural Environment

Water in Tajimi, Japan

2. Todai-ji Temple

Temple in Japan

Just one of the many beautiful temples you can find! Related: Things You Need to Do Before Traveling Internationally

3. Downtown in Japan's former Capital City, Kyoto

Kyoto, Japan

There is always something going on here and the food is amazing!

4. Nara Park

Petting Deer in Nara, Japan

Here you can feed and pet-friendly deer! This was an amazing experience.

5.The Famous Gold Pavilion in Kyoto

Kyoto, Japan

 6. The Famous Japanese Cherry Blossoms Trees

Japanese Cherry Blossom Tree

Blossom season is in March/April so this is an ideal time to travel to Japan if you want to see the cherry blossoms.

7. Smaller Cities Provide Gorgeous Countryside Views Like this One


There is so much diversity in the smaller cities. Each area provides a unique experience. Related:Travel Toiletries Packing List

8. Tokyo's Views and Neon Lights are Simply An Amazing Site to See

Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

A side note: the views are amazing in Tokyo as well as the shopping. Related: Comfortable Outfits to Wear While Traveling

These photos just begin to cover the gorgeous and fascinating sites to explore throughout Japan. The beauty and culture this country provides to visitors are unlike any other. If you have any recommendations for must-see places in Japan or any questions at all; I would love to hear from you!

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Xoxo, Dominique