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  1. 1. Japanese Embassy in London: Get a visa tovisit to the top Japanese attractionshttp://www.embassy-info.com/japanese-embassy-in-london-united-kingdom.html
  2. 2.  Japan is certainly one of the hottest tourist destinations of the world and the most popular tourist site in Asia. In the country there exist the perfect combination of the traditional beauty and modern society. A wide range of ancient temples, pagodas and other ancient buildings co-exist with the modern buildings. The ancient buildings are both used for their original role and for tourism. Japan is the country that does this best, all the ancient sites and original traditional, customs are preserved perfectly.
  3. 3.  The modern technology do not shade but help efficiently in bring them into play. There is one more thing that help the nation attracts a great number of travelers, that is the low crime rates and the pure environment. It is easy for people to list the top attraction and tourist sites in Japan, even a kid. The most famous of all maybe the Mount Fuji, the symbol of Japan. In fact, there are countless Japanese attractions, the article will list the most outstanding one:
  4. 4.  1. Mount Fuji: the highest mountain of Japan (3,776 meters). The image of Mount Fuji is the symbol of this nation for a long time and also the most famous Japanese site that attracts 200,000 sightseers each year. About 70,000 of these are foreigner. It takes people about 7 hours to climb to the top of the Mount and about 4 hours to go down.
  5. 5.  2. Golden Pavilion Golden Pavilion is located in Kyoto, the former capital city of Japan and is the most popular traveling attraction in the nation. It is built in the 14th century as the retirement villa for Shogun Ashikaga Yoshimitsu. In the past, it was once destroyed. A young monk was obsessed with it and burned it down. The temple was rebuilt in 5 years later exactly the same as the original one. People visit here will have chance to gaze with veneration the amazing landscape: a golden pavilion reflect its shadow on the silent surface of the lake.
  6. 6.  3. Hiroshima Peace Memorial: The Memorial was set in a park, built at the place that the bomb was dropped as a impressive reminder of the disaster atomic bomb on August 6, 1945 in Hiroshima. The others in the top 10 attractions in Japan are: Jigokudani Monkey Park, Kiyomizu-dera, Himeji Castle, Great Buddha of Kamakura, Todaiji Temple, Tokyo Tower and Tokyo Imperial Palace.
  7. 7.  Certainly, everyone must learn about the destinations when planning for a foreign trip, but don’t forget a must to enter the country: a proper visa. Get contact with the Japanese embassy in your country for the best support, such as Japanese Embassy in UK or Japanese Embassy in London at 101-104 Piccadilly London W1J 7JT United Kingdom. You can also visit the websites of embassy for needed information, for example: http://www.embassy-info.com/japanese-embassy-in-london- united-kingdom.html.