Who does not know Japan? Sakura country has been successfully become one of the developed countries in Asia and even the world. Products produced by this country are familiar to use in everyday life, call it motorcycle, car and various electronic devices.
Not only advanced in the field of technology and economy, Japan also continues to increase its prestige in the field of tourism. Many foreign tourists choose Japan as a tourist destination including Indonesians. Well, for you who are also planning a vacation to Japan, consider the reviews of 10 popular tourist attractions in the following Sakura Affairs:
Not unlike the concept of Disneyland in several other countries, Tokyo Disneyland also presents a theme park recreation Disney. Here, you can watch a variety of vehicle rides with the theme of the films produced Walt Disney.
It is the first Disneyland to be built outside the United States and officially opened in 1983. Tokyo Disneyland is divided into seven major areas: World Bazaar, Tomorrowland, Toontown, Adventureland, Westernland, Critter Country and Fantasyland. Each of these zones has its own characteristics.
For those of you who bring children, Toontown is the right zone. Here, kids can get into the Disney cartoon town. They can visit Mickey Mouse’s house or play on Donald Duck’s boat. To shop, you can go to World Bazaar. The zone located at the entrance is perfect for you fans of shopping and culinary tours. The building was designed to resemble America in the early 20th century.
In addition to these two zones, you should not miss the other five zones that are not less interesting.
2. Tokyo DisneyseaStill under the same umbrella as Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disneysea is also a Disney-themed theme park. If Disneyland favor rides land tour, Disneysea is carrying the concept of water. Tokyo Disneysea is more targeted to teenage visitors to adults. But this does not mean that small children are barred from entering. You can still visit him with family and enjoy the excitement of vacation in this tourist spot. Tokyo Disneysea is divided into seven main zones, among others: Meditteranean Harbor, Mysterious Island, Mermaid Lagoon, Arabian Coast, Lost River Delta, Port Discovery and American Waterfront. One of the most interesting is the Mediterranean Harbor, Here, you will be invited to go around using a kind of gondola in Venice, Italy. For those who love adventure, try entering the Arabian Coast. Sinbad will take you to explore the palace and the sea around it. 3. Hiroshima Peace Memorial ParkHiroshima Peace Memorial Park is an area devoted to commemorating the atomic bomb tragedy that rocked the city of Hiroshima in 1945. Before being destroyed by atomic bombs, Hiroshima is the central business and political district of the city. It is also what makes it the target of the operation at that time. Today, the 120,000-square-meter park is a stunning contrast in Hiroshima. This vast park surrounded by a storied building has become one of the favorite locations of local people to spend the day off. Here, you can still see the remains of buildings that still stand after being bombed, one of them is A-Bomb Dome. Every year on August 6, at exactly 8:16 pm, a memorial service is held here. This commemoration begins with a moment of silence and speech. In addition to local residents, there are many foreign tourists who also come and join in this memorial. 4. Fujiko F. Fujio MuseumAre you a fan of Doraemon cartoon character? Doraemon is already familiar to comic fans and cartoon series. Robot blue cat blue future is a favorite of many children and also among adults. Not only can you see it in comics and TV, you can also visit and touch Doraemon at Fujiko F. Fujio Museum. Inside the museum, there is a diorama where Doraemon and his friends pose in a very famliar room for the lover like Nobita’s room and a play field with three big pipes. In addition to Doraemon, the museum also displayed another character by Fujiko F. Fujio, P Man. Satisfied around, you can taste the typical menu at this tourist spot. The food menu in this restaurant is also themed Doraemon. You can order dorayaki cakes and various other foods decorated with Doraemon’s face. 5. Yokohama Raumen MuseumWhat is your favorite Japanese cuisine? The answer can be varied because it’s a lot of super-delicious Japanese cuisine. One of the culinary that has many fans is ramen. Now, ramen fans can come to Yokohama Raumen Museum. Yokohama Raumen Museum or better known as Ramen Museum will invite you not only to enjoy delicious ramen processed chef trained, but also to know the history of ramen in Japan. Here, there is a special room containing information on the history and development of ramen. In another room, you will enter a replica of Shitamachi city, the city that became the forerunner of popular ramen in Japan. In addition, there are nine restaurants serving typical ramen from different regions of Japan. For those of you who want to taste everything, but fear too full. You can choose a mini ramen which although smaller portions but did not reduce the delicacy in the least. 6. ZoorasiaZoos have always been interesting sights in various parts of the world. In Japan, you are required to come to one of Zoorasia’s popular zoos, which is the largest and most well-preserved zoo in the State of Sakura. Tourist attractions in Japan is divided into several zones including Japanese Countryside, Surbatic Forest, Asian Tropical Forest, Amazon Jungle and others. of the many animals that become collections here, some of the favorite visitors are elephants, polar bears and black bears. Once satisfied around, you can rest while enjoying the delicious cuisine ala restaurant in Zoorasia. For children, there is a playground with an interesting animal concept to try. 7. Okinawa Churaumi AquariumOkinawa Churaumi Aquarium is touted as the best aquarium in Japan. The main attraction here is the Kuroshio Tank, a giant aquarium where visitors can watch the marine life through the tunnels that are available. In addition to a giant aquarium, here also there is an outdoor pool that often present marine animal performances such as dolphins and sea lions. 8. Golden PavilionGolden Pavilion is one of the most popular Buddhist temples in Japan. This tourist spot is also known by the name of Kinkakuji and Rokuonji. Previously, this temple is a resting place Ashikaga Yoshimitsu after retirement. But now this temple becomes a tourist place visited by many domestic and foreign tourists every day. The hallmark of the Golden Pavilion is its gold-colored roof. In addition to seeing typical Japanese ancient architecture, you can also enjoy hot tea at Tea Garden in this tourist area. here is also a typical Golden Pavilion souvenir shop. 9. Jigokudani Monkey ParkEver see wild monkeys soaking in hot springs like humans? If not and you are curious, please come to Jigokudani Monkey Park. This area is the original habitat of a typical Japanese monkey known as Snow Monkey. Here, you can see the monkeys up close and they will not be disturbed by the presence of visitors. Although these monkeys soak every day of the year, but the best time to come is during the winter season between December – March. At that time, white snow around the bath will add beauty to the photo you produce.10. Mount FujiMount Fuji is certainly familiar to you. Mount as high as 3776 meters is the highest mountain and most popular in Japan. The mountain is located between Yamanashi and Shizuoka and if the day is sunny, you can see it from Tokyo and Yokohama. Another way to enjoy the beauty of Mount Fuji is by train between Tokyo and Osaka. To enjoy the beauty of Mount Fuji from close, you can climb it. There are five beautiful lakes above an altitude of about 1,000 meters above sea level. The five lakes are Yamanakako, Motosuko, Saiko, Shojiko and Kawaguchiko. In addition, there is a rest area, Fujigoko, which provides resorts, camping ground, fishing pond, museum and also warm water bath.