Cheap Flights to Japan
For real cultural enthusiasts, Japan has so many World Heritage Sites that it would be impossible to visit all of them in one go! So when planning your trip, look out for the Historic Village of Shirakawa-go; the Shrines of Nikko; the Buddhist Monuments of ancient Nara; the ancient kingdom of Ryukyu; the coral reefs of Okinawa; the rich mystical forest that surrounds the remains of the Iwami Ginzan's silver mine; the newly listed Shiretoko wilderness which is considered to be the last untouched example that is left and the fabulous Himeji-jo Castle in Himeji City.
This is just a small selection of what you can expect to see when visiting the country, but to make your dream really come true, try searching for low-cost Japan flights on Travelspec.com and you could soon be well on your way to experiencing the real magical mysticism of the Far East.
The popular hot springs which have now become part of the Japanese lifestyle are located all around the country, so those visitors who like to indulge themselves in this leisure will have plenty of places to choose from.
The many numerous and various museums that are packed with artefacts, antiques, arts, theatre and even a hello kitty display are to be found in all the main cities and towns, however the Tokyo National Museum has to be the first one on the list to explore.
If you still prefer the more modern culture, then most of the conurbations will have high tech state of the art buildings, modernistic architecture, trend setting cafes and fabulous shopping malls that will keep your individual tastes and interests completely satisfied.
There are numerous festivals that are organised annually in nearly every part of the country. Festival of dolls, water, bean throwing, floral, fishing, fighting, horse, tea, planting and even an almost naked festival, are all just a small fraction of what is considered important enough in the Japanese culture to arrange an event for!
The country has many natural and man made wonders to marvel at, and whatever your taste is in “sushi”, the gracious hospitality of the local population will see to it that you definitely will not come away disappointed.