Discover the best places to go in Japan with Wendy Wu Tours
So you are interested in visiting Japan but you don’t know where to begin.
To get you started here's our guide to the best places to visit in Japan. Click on the tiles to learn more about what makes each place special, including the must see attractions and how to discover them on a Wendy Wu Tour.
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The image of classical Japan, Kyoto has learned the art of balancing its incredibly old, rich culture with the contemporary world.
One of the world’s largest cities, Tokyo is a huge fascinating patchwork of fascinating districts and neighbourhoods.
Tokyo's rebellious younger sibling renowned for its quirky personality. Nicknamed 'Japan's Kitchen' after its love of food.
Gorgeous Kyushu island is renowned for its breath-taking natural beauty, rejuvenating hot springs, superb food, and unique history.
A vibrant and happy-go-lucky metropolis, Hiroshima has emerged from the ashes of the atom bomb a peaceful place.
Best known for its proximity to fantastic ski slopes and its annual Snow and Ice Festival, Sapporo also boasts a big foodie scene.
Nara is one of Japan’s former capital cities from the 8th century and remains full of historic treasures, including 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
On Kyushu Island, the most south-westerly of Japan’s four main islands lies the cosmopolitan Fukuoka City.
Nestled on the Pacific east coast of Honshu, Miyagi is a special place of snow-capped mountains and breathtaking coastal scenery.
Bright and breezy Yokohama boasts a charming shoreline, cosmopolitan dining and one of the world's largest Chinatowns.
Aichi is full of national parks, castles, ancient shrines, and Samurai history, as well as plenty of tech-related attractions.
Perfectly compact and easy to explore, cool is the prevailing atmosphere in Kobe. The city is best known, however, for its iconic beef.
Iwate prefecture is known for its spectacular Pacific coastline, forests, soaring peaks and rural culture.
Right on the doorstep of Tokyo, you'll find a wealth of Edo heritage in the area as well as a surprising amount of natural beauty.
Over 70% of Oita Prefecture is covered with forest and volcanic terrain of beautiful, lush valleys, peaks and gorges.
Home to iconic Mt Fuji, Shizuoka's is also called the Japanese Riviera, thanks to its beautiful stretches of easily accessible sand.
Kanazawa has a long history of cultural achievements and rivals other more well-known cities such as Kyoto and Tokyo.
Nagano city is the capital of Nagano prefecture. It is a perfect home for one of its greatest and cutest attractions, the snow monkey.