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One of Osaka’s most visited tourist spots and a unique piece of architecture the Umeda Sky Building and Floating Garden Observatory are a must-see attraction when you are in Osaka.
Home to one of Osaka’s most recognisable symbols – Dotonbori in the Namba (Minami) area is a loud, bright, and busy place to explore. So much fun by night.
Osaka Castle – the scene of many of Japan’s most important and defining events. The second largest city outside of Tokyo in Japan.
The Deer of Nara are certainly a famous image – as is the Toidaiji Temple. A great easy day trip from Kyoto or Osaka.
There is so much to see in Kyoto, with almost 2,000 temples you won’t see it all.
With over 1,600 temples in Kyoto you are not going to see them all. There is so much to cover but the best thing is to just get out there and amongst it. Don’t have a shopping list of “selfies” – just enjoy spending time in the town and see what you see.
Kyoto once served as the capital of Japan and the emperor’s residence from 794 to 1868. It is one of the top ten largest cities in Japan and blends modern with ancient around every corner.
Raceday at the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix, held at the Suzuka International Circuit about an hour outside of Nagoya.