Domestic tourism thrives in Japan much more than international tourism. In fact, domestic tourism plays an essential role in the Japanese economy. However, that’s not to say that the country does not accommodate international tourists. No, Japan is also a spot for international tourists, and there are famous attractions sites and places that foreigners can enjoy while visiting.
The nation has 21 World Heritage Sites, and some of these sites are Nara, Himeji Castle, and the Historic Monuments of Ancient Kyoto. Other spots that serve as a sight for sore eyes in Japan are:
- Mount Fuji
- Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
- Imperial Tokyo, etc.
- The Island Shrine of Itsukushima, and lots more.
There are also ski resorts like Niseko, and tourists can also enjoy Japan’s extensive network of hotels and hot springs.
Japan also offers a wide range of regional and seasonal dishes. Some of the delicacies you are bound to enjoy are Sushi (one of Japan’s best-known food worldwide), Tofu, Udon, Soba, Ramen, Tempura, Sashimi, Curry, Tonkatsu, Okonomiyaki, etc.