Panoramic city view of Tokyo with Mount Fuji in the background.
Ginza in Tokyo – full of neon lights
EDO TOKYO MUSEUM
Devoted to Japanese culture is The Edo-Tokyo Museum. Covering some 30,000 square meters, visitors enter in grand style by crossing a replica of the Nihonbashi Bridge of the 1590s.
The crowded streets of Harajuku Shopping Area welcomes people from all over
KiishikawaKorakuen Garden, Tokyo
Meiji Jingu Shrine Inner Courtyard
Senso-ji Temple , Tokyo
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden – with some beautiful line of trees
Shinjuku Gyoen Garden
Tokyo Disneyland Sea Front Photo
Tokyo Imperial Palace
Tokyo National Museum
T-Rex at National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo.
The garden of the Tokyo National Museum
National Museum Of Nature and Science, Tokyo
The famous Japanese Sukiyaki a platter based food
And look at that glorious Japanese food – Sushi Platter!
Tokyo Tower , a landmark of Tokyo , is one of the world’s highest free-standing steel tower . It is also the tallest man-made structure in Japan . Tower design has a close resemblance to the Eiffel Tower in Paris , but is in fact 9 meters and 3,000 tons less than the Eiffel Tower .
Mount Fuji Japan rising to over 3776 meters is a major sight from Tokyo . The mountain is deeply rooted in Japanese culture . (An extint volcanic mountain though some belive it could be active in future).
Hakone Open Air Museum in the suburb of Tokyo Hakone is an onsen spa resort close to Japan’s highest mountain, Mt. Fuji. Hakone is located about one hour by train from Tokyo.
You can really enjoy Japanese beauty and sightseeing at Hakone, where there are more than one hundred Japanese-style inns and hotels, abundant hot springs, beautiful nature and museums, exciting vehicles, and other attractions. Hakone Onsen is a must-visit place when you visit Japan.
Bamboo grove at Hōkoku-ji in Kamakura, Kanagawa Prefecture which is about 50 kilometres (31 miles) south-south-west of Tokyo.
The Giant Buddha Statue at Kamakura
Nikkō , literally "sunlight" or "sunshine" is a city in the mountains of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan. Approximately 140 km north of Tokyo and 35 km west of Utsunomiya, the capital of Tochigi Prefecture, it is a popular destination for Japanese and international tourists.
Some real scintillaing Japanese Lake Garden at Nikko.
What Is There To See In Nikko Japan ? The Pilgrimage Town. The Toshogu Shrine, Rinnoji Temple, Yomeimon, Taiyuinbyo, Futarasan Shrine, Lake Chuzenji
Ryuzu Fall at Nikko
The Toshogu Shrie at Nikko
Yokohama the modern part of Tokyo’s adjacent commercial center.
Yokohama Night Skyline