The land of the rising sun always attracts the attention of travelers culture, which combines architecture from different eras and modern technology. The country's tea tradition is better to come in spring, during cherry blossom or autumn, during the "red leaf". In winter it is not advisable to come to Japan due to cloudy and cool weather.01.06.2018 20:32
the land of the rising sun always attracts the attention of travelers culture which combines architecture from different eras and modern technology.
The country's tea tradition is better to come in spring, during cherry blossom or autumn, in the period of "red leaves". In winter it is not advisable to come to Japan due to cloudy and cool weather.
Main sights of Japan
Kinkaku-JI – this is a pavilion of gold. It is located in the Kyoto. Pavilion of precious metal is considered the most famous site for travelers. The Golden temple was built in the late fourteenth century for an elderly Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. In 1950, the fire that burned down the old monk, destroyed the building. Five years later, the pavilion was rebuilt and restored to its original appearance. The building is decorated with a roof of gold reflected in the pond.
Fuji – the highest mountain in the camp. Its height is 3776метров. The volcano's shape is symmetrical, it is considered a symbol of the rising sun. Artists paint the mountain in the paintings. Approximately two hundred thousand people a year to conquer the peak. Thirty percent of the tourists, residents of other countries. The ascent to the summit about 3 to 8 hours. The descent takes two hours and a half.
the Emperor's Palace in Tokyo – the official residence of the Emperor of the country. The building is housing the administration and the Museum of history. The Palace is the ruins of a destroyed building by fire during the war.
Tower of television in the country's capital - this landmark is a symbol of modernity and high technology. Resembles the Eiffel tower. Ranked second on the height of man-made structures. It has an observation deck, which is visible from the capital.
Todai-JI temple this historical object is considered the main achievement of engineers. He is at a place called Nara. The wooden building is considered the most attraction in the world. Inside is the largest Buddha statue made of bronze. Around the temple are in bloom in gardens where deer walk. They are the messengers of the Shinto gods.
Kotoku-in – temple of Buddhism. He is known for Amitabha Buddha. Considered the most revered historical sites in the country. Bronze statue is on a pedestal. The height of the sights is 30 metres away. It weighs 93 tons. According to historians, the statue was built in about 1952. The temple, built of wood, in which there was a Buddha statue was destroyed by a tsunami in the fifteenth century.
Himeji Castle – this is an example of architecture. The building was built for protection from enemies. For many centuries the object was repeatedly restored and built, using different styles of famous architects.
kiyomizudera – temple of Buddhism. It was built in 798. The building is located in the Eastern part of the metropolis of Kyoto. In the temple, which was built without nails, flowing waterfall. It is formed from the river that flows down the hill. Due to the river and the waterfall, tourists the impression that the building is light, it will fly into the sky and soar above the clouds. There is a belief that if you make a jump from a Buddhist temple, the fulfilled every wish,
Valley of the monkeys Jigokudani – this is a popular Park in the world herbivores. It is located near the city of Nagano. The Park is home to wild monkeys and snow.
peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima – a monument to the tragedy. The symbol of the Park is the atomic bomb dome, which remained intact after the fall of atomic bombs.