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Travel, Teach, Live in Japan

Yokoso Japan
By:Mahendrasingh Singh

Japan the 'Land of the Rising Sun' comprises of a cluster of over 3,000 islands. Apart from many a large islands like Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku and volcanoes like Mount Fuji, Japan is also home to the Greater Tokyo Area, which is the largest metropolitan area in the world. Japan is the second largest economy in the world and leads in the fields of scientific and research.

For the tourists coming to Japan, Tokyo is one stop to catch onto the maximum destinations. Nine out of ten places to see are nestled in Tokyo. And to get to other spots in Japan, tourists can jump in to Shinkansen - the bullet train, a ride in which is an experience itself.

The Japan hotels gives a perfect experience of the modern and traditional mix that Japan has become of late. This closed society has spread open its wings to the world. Yokoso Japan (welcome to Japan), that's what the government has come up with to promote Japan as a tourist destination and not just as a land of automobiles, machines and robots.

Of all the places, the one stand out wonder for years, has been Shinjuku, which is an undisputed tourist drawer, with its a massive skyscrapers and like. The night life of Shinjuku is infamous and nothing could get better on a tour than a night at one of famous Japan hotels Shinjuku's Park Hyatt, where one can have a sip at the penthouse New York Bar and also take in the city-wide views. The other hot spots in Tokyo are Ginza, Chanel, Mikimoto, Shibuya and Harajuku.

Apart from Tokyo, the other major attractions are, Osaka and Kyoto. With its architectural beauty, culture and history, Kyoto is well known as one of the most beautiful places in Japan. There are of course tourists who prefer Kyoto over Tokyo, especially for the time they get to spend among the ancient temples and serene Zen meditation gardens. This quality time for the pious soul is priceless.

Osaka on the other hand has its own plus points, its much more a vibrant place, in comparison with Kyoto, Osaka is home to the historical Osaka Castle and also to the World Heritage Site, Himeji Castle. A combo package of Kyoto and Osaka, will be a perfect holiday that one would cherish forever and with both places being just an hour apart and what if that one hour is through the urban Japan. And all this along with a perfect accommodation in Japan hotels, offering deluxe western-style hotels to Buddhist temple lodgings, a trip simply cannot get better.

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