About sights we are going to see

We will visit magnificent sights in Japan and we would like to tell a bit about them. Some sights have a link to Wikipedia so you can read more about these amazing sights. If you want to know our schedule in Japan, you can read it by clicking this link

Toyota Factory

Japan’s leading car manufacturer Toyota has invested in several factories in the Nagoya Area. We will visit the factory and take a guided tour to get to know about the factory better.

Nagoya Castle

Nagoya Castle has a supremely interesting history. It was founded in 1612. The idea of the castle was to defend the attacks from Osaka’s direction. In may 1945, due to the air strikes, a part of the castle was destroyed, but now the important paintings have been handed over to safe places. Wikipedia link


Atsuta Jingu Shrine

Atsuta Jingu Shrine is one of the most famous attractions in Nagoya. Atsuta Jingu Shrine was found over 1900 years ago. This the second most biggest Shrines in Japan. For example, there are the famous Nobunaga walls which Shogun Nobunaga promised to donate if they win the war. They won this war. Wikipedia link



SCMaglev  and Railway Park

This is a very new museum. The opening day was in the year 2011.  There are 39 retired trains. The museum tells you about high-speed rails, bullet trains, and maglevs. Wikipedia link


Taihei Onsen Tenpu no Yu hot springs

Taihei Onsen Tenpu no Yu hot springs has twelve different bathing possibilities so we will definitely be relaxed there.

Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine

We will visit another great shrine. The shrine is in southern Kyoto and it is devoted to the rice of God. There you will see the famous torii alleys. This is the head shrine for 40 000 smaller Inari shrines.  Wikipedia link


Arashiyama Landscape Walking Route

This walking route is famous for its fantastic sights and nature. There is also a great opportunity to see the bloom of cherry blossoms.

Kiyomizu-Dera Temple

“Pure Water Temple” is Buddhism temple. It was founded in 778, which makes it elder than even Kyoto. It is one of the historic monuments of ancient Kyoto. The temple is supported by 139 pillars, which provides a magnificent view to Kyoto. In the temple, you might see the bloom of cherry blossoms.  Wikipedia link



Seimei Shrine Cemetery

This cemetery was founded in 1007 for Abe no Seimei’s memory after his death. There you can see the famous Seimei-i well,  whose water is considered magical. Wikipedia link


If you guys have suggestions about where to go, we would be more than happy if you share your knowledge with us. You can contact us via email or comment down below.









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