Looking for a breath of fresh air after spending time in Japan’s big cities? Look no further than Mount Fuji, one of the most incredible outdoor destinations Japan has to offer. There are plenty of set tours with a number of price ranges for first timers. However, with Japan becoming more accessible to English speakers, it’s never been easier to personalize your journey. Get ideas for your trip to Mount Fuji in this article.
As one of the most recognizable landmarks in Japan, Mount Fuji shows up on a lot of bucket lists for visitors to the country. And when you think of Mount Fuji, climbing is often the image that comes to mind. But you can do more at Mt. Fuji than just climb! Read on to get some ideas for your trip to this sacred mountain.
But Japan isn’t just a one-trick pony. There’s a whole world of natural wonders waiting to be explored for those willing to step off the bullet train. Some of the entries on the list are the classics, but you're sure to find one or two new fresh-air ideas for your next trip to Japan. Read on to learn more.
The floodgates to Japan's borders opened on October 11th, making it the perfect time for a first trip. Some of the top places to visit for first time include Shibuya, Asakusa, Kiyomizudera in Kyoto, and Dotonbori in Osaka. Read on to see the top 11.