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Japan Overview

Japan's business credentials may have overshadowed the country's tourism prospective, at least in terms of PR, but those who actually arrive here are rendered speechless by the extreme natural beauty of the Land of The Rising Sun! Japan is the country of exquisite offerings and ancient splendour. While the soaring, snow-capped mountains provide asylum to valley neighbourhoods, the speeding bullet train takes time out of the journey, offering just a glimpse of the myriad sights going by! Japan offers an exceptional take on the traditional and the modern, with each aspect going the extreme with their submissions!

Top Destinations in Japan

Japan is a supremely beautiful country that resonates with charm and magnetism of boundless degree. The natural finds representation through mountains, lakes, rivers and valleys, while the cultural finds a portrayal through wonderful temples. Most who book tickets on flights to Japan make it a point to visit the Mount Fujiyama, perhaps one of Japan's most well known attractions. Fuji-Hakone-Izu National Park is an ideal stopover for those who would a love a date with dormant volcano. The temple of Horyu-ji is interesting site for tourists seeking a rendezvous with Buddhist belief. Tokyo's Imperial Palace is another important attraction on the itinerary of tourists visiting the country.

Flight Tickets to Japan

Japan is one of the busiest business hubs on the globe. Add to it the country's rising credentials as a tourism stopover and you have a destination that's perhaps one of the most frequented by international travellers. Given the mammoth-size reputation of Japan as both business and leisure destination, a large number of airlines run flights to the country. Almost every major city on the planet is well connected to Japan's capital, Tokyo. London Heathrow-Tokyo Narita, in particular, could well be one of the most well served routes in the world, with every major airline operating flights to Japan from UK's largest airport. Non-stop, direct services are available in numbers and so are connecting flights. All Nippon Airways, Virgin Atlantic and British Airways are among the popular carriers that provide tickets on direct flights to Tokyo from LHR.

Japan Quick Travel Facts

Geography:Japan is an island nation in Far East Asia and is located in the Pacific Ocean.

Capital: Tokyo

Key Holiday Destinations:Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Kyoto, Hiroshima

Popular Airports:Narita International Airport

Popular Airlines:Japan Airlines is the flag carrier of Japan. All Nippon Airways is the largest airline of the country

Language: Japanese (National Language). English is widely spoken

Time Zone: UTC +9

Popular Holidays: Beach, Wildlife, Sightseeing, Culture and History, Adventure Sports, Shopping, Honeymoon

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Best Time to Visit Japan

Despite the fact that the Japan has a tropical climate, the country experiences enough climatic variations throughout the year. Most parts of the country are dry during January to June, which is essentially referred as the dry season. On the other hand, the period between July and December is a wet season, with heavy downpour being experienced by the region during the months. Travellers can plan their holidays to the Japan between December and April. It is a popular tourist season and cheap tickets to Japan and affordable quality rooms are not available so easily. It is best to avoid boarding flights to the Japan during the month of May as it can get terribly hot at this time.

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