Recommended 5 Historic Tourist Destinations in Japan for Travelers

Recommended 5 Historic Tourist Destinations in Japan for Travelers

Traveling to a place is the right activity to unwind from work. But did you know that these 5 tourist destinations in Japan are perfect to visit while on vacation? Whatever?

  1. The City Break; Kanazawa, Ishikawa Prefecture

The City Break: Kanazawa is a place that has a lot of history. This place was once a victim of World War II (World War II) which resulted in most of the buildings here being destroyed.

Many historical sites are abandoned such as Nagamachi, and the Samurai Building. Quite good to visit as well as learn the history of the samurai. The City Break: Kanazawa can be visited by taking the Tokyo train station for 14,000 yen one way.

  1. The Mountain Stronghold; Iya Valley, Tokushima Prefecture

The Mountain Stronghold: Iya Valley is a historical destination in Japan located in Tokushima. This place has quite a bit of history in it, namely the Vine Bridge (Kazurabashi), one of three suspension bridges used to cross the Iya Valley.

Deeper into the mountains of Shikoku, the Iya Valley is rumored to have witnessed the subjugation of warriors from the Taira clan in the 12th century. The most interesting places here are Iya and Oku-Iwa. after crossing the Vine Bridge Kazurabashi will see Biwa waterfall.

This place can be visited by taking a train from the departure station, namely Oboke Station (Oboke Stations). The ticket price for one way is around 3,500 Yen.

  1. The Lonely Mountain; Rishiri Island, Hokkaido Prefecture

The Lonely Mountain: Rishiri Island is located in Hokkaido. This place is remote and not much occupied by residents because this place is usually used as a tourist attraction. Rishiri Island has a mountain called Mount Rii Shiri which means Rii Shiri High Peak.

Activities are undertaken by tourists here usually include fishing, hiking, biking in the spring and winter skiing, and snowmobiling. There is also a pier in this small town called Oshidomari Pier.

To visit this place can use the train, can also use ships and planes. For a boat ticket for 2,000 Yen one way.

  1. The Island Destinations; Zamami, Okinawa Prefecture

The Island Destination: Zamami, is an island located in the province of Zamami.

we can only visit this place using a fast boat (Speed ​​Boat). This place is one of the places that has a beautiful view (Picturesque Islands).

With 600 lodgings available, this island has a fairly large population and various flora and fauna are available, one of which is sea turtles that can be seen while diving.

  1. The Ski Weekend: Nozawa Onsen, Nagano Prefecture

The Ski Weekend: Nozawa Onsen is located in Nagano province. For skiing and snowboarding, this place is the champion of these sports. Nozawa Onsen has a fairly wide and spacious place.

The Nozawa Onsen Fire Festival (Fire Festival) is usually held in mid-January. this place also has hot springs as well as the characteristics of the red skin monkeys that inhabit this area.

Nozawa Onsen has easy access because this place is open to the public, you can use the train from Tokyo station and it is close to Jigokudani Monkey Park.

Already know where to go if you want a historical tour in Japan?