Lately foreign tourists who want to see flowers in Japan have increased. There are so many places to see cherry blossoms that you can’t count them all, but there are also places to see flowers that aren’t cherry blossoms. Here are a few in eastern Japan.
Once before, no one really saw the Northern Kanto region as a tourist destination. However, the recent rise in the popularity of domestic travels has made this region a rediscovered, popular destination for a day trip. In this article, we have selected the traditional, must-go places as well as new interesting spots in this region.
At two hours of train from Tokyo, Nikko has a lot of monuments to visit featuring on UNESCO’s World Heritage sites, including the Nikko Toshogu Shrine. As if it wasn’t enough, it also offers beautiful natural sceneries for each seasons and relaxing Japanese baths.