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Despite being such a technologically advanced country, Japan holds its culture and traditions deep in its soul. No matter in whichever corner of the world you travel to, you will never come across a country that is so well-developed and still strongly connected to its roots.

The culture, tradition, and values are some of the interesting reasons to visit the country at least once during our lifetime. But its natural beauty and the diverse range of places to visit in Japan top the list of reasons to visit it.

Without a trip to Japan’s highest and most beautiful mountain,  Mount Fuji, the trip will be incomplete. After all, Mount Fuji is one of the most attractive places to visit in Japan. The beauty of Mount Fuji has always been acknowledged through poetry and painting. You can consider yourself lucky if you get to see the views of Mount Fuji. Because in most cases the view remains covered by clouds.

The beautiful snowcapped mountain can be climbed by anyone who is fit and determined. There are numerous food and accommodation facilities for climbers. And if you aren’t adventurous enough to climb  Mount Fuji, you can still enjoy the beauty of surrounding lakes, and waterfalls and have fun in amusement parks nearby. Or you can enjoy the views of the mountain by cable car.

Tokyo, the capital city of Japan, has almost every kind of tourist attraction from ancient temples to modern skyscrapers that will leave you fascinated by the end of your visit to Japan. And that’s why it’s one of my favourite places to visit in Japan. The city is fast-paced, yet connected to its traditional roots and culture. 

Castles, towers, parks, shrines- there’s so much to see in Fukuoka that you might end up being tired yet you’d still be left with so much to see. Although it is often underrated as a tourist destination, I believe that it is one of the best places to visit in Japan. 

Fukuoka with its parks can be home to people searching for a peaceful escape from city life. It can also be an interesting destination for those trying to learn more about Japan’s history or arts.