Restaurants near tourist places in Japan

Restaurants in Japan

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About Japan

Japan has 21 World Heritage Sites, including Himeji Castle, Ancient Kyoto, and Nara. Popular attractions for foreigners include Tokyo and Osaka, Mount Fuji, Hokkaido Niseko, Okinawa, and other ski resorts, riding the Shinkansen and taking advantage of Japan’s network of hotels and hot springs.

Japanese people are very friendly, extremely polite and welcoming to foreigners and tourists in general. If you cross the language barrier and ask for directions, they always help you and tell you what you need. Everyone is very respectful and very helpful.

Japan is famous for its hot springs and kabuki baths, all-night neon dance parties, anime, and sushi boat restaurants, all of which are decidedly more modern.

From its rich culinary culture to its stunning natural beauty, Japan has something for everyone to enjoy. With so much to see and do in Japan, it’s no wonder it’s so famous around the world.

Japan and the tourism industry

Whether you want to visit Japan to explore the most beautiful sceneries in the world which is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage sites, or want to discover its rich history and culture or experience the diverse Japanese cuisine, or ride a lightning-fast Shinkansen train, a trip to Japan is filled with adventure and fun.

Not only Japan has great places to visit, the Japanese people are also known for their politeness, kindness and humble attitude and will do their best to help tourists make their journey more comfortable and enjoyable.

The country is famous for its cherry blossoms that bloom in spring, creating a magical atmosphere. From the snow-capped peaks of Mount Fuji to the beaches of Okinawa, Japan has a variety of landscapes that are sure to amaze you.

Japan has four seasons such as spring, summer, fall, and winter. Each season is unique and offers specific sceneries and experiences. For tourists the best and busiest time to tour Japan is from March till May as it is spring season with delicate cherry blossoms or bright red leaves adding a dynamic and magical atmosphere.

Japan’s domestic tourism market showed significant growth, with the number of foreign visitors to Japan reaching a record high of 31.88 million in 2019 (up 2.2% from the previous year), marking the seventh consecutive record year.

Tokyo’s mix of art, architecture and theme parks makes Japan a memorable journey for diverse cultural exploration and entertainment. Tokyo’s main tourist attractions are the Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, Harajuku and Shibuya (one of the world’s busiest intersections), the traditional Meiji and Sensoji temples, and, of course, the cherry blossom shopping districts in April.

Japan’s cuisine is also very unique and brings it special flavors with their world famous recipes such as sushi, tofu, ramen just to name a few. They also have world class restaurants in Tokyo which has retained its crown as the fine dining capital of the world. You will definitely find some of the best Japanese restaurant near me including Michelin stars restaurants as there were 200 restaurants from Tokyo alone that were awarded in the Michelin Guide Tokyo 2023.