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Kabukicho

4.5 star rating: Recommended 112 Reviews

Kabukicho, one of Tokyo’s busiest nightlife and red light districts, offers the foreign visitor nothing short of a bizarre cultural experience. An estimated ...  Read more

Kamigamo Shrine

It’s impossible to miss the larger-than-life red shrine gate at the entrance to Kamigamo, one of Japan’s oldest shrines. Built in the year 678, it pre-dates ...  Read more

Kasai Rinkai Park

Kasai Rinkai Park, Tokyo’s largest park, opened in 1989 on Tokyo Bay, a beautiful area that overlooks the water and the city beyond. Built on reclaimed land, ...  Read more

Kasuga Shrine

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 7 Reviews

Located in the city of Nara, a day trip’s distance from Osaka, the Kasuga Shrine dates back to the year 768, when its construction was ordered by Emperor ...  Read more

Katsura Imperial Villa

One of Japan's most important large-scale cultural treasures, Katsura Imperial Villa preserves traditional Edo period architecture and garden design. Tatami, ...  Read more

Kennin-Ji Temple

The oldest and one of the most important Zen temples in Kyoto, Kennin-Ji was founded in the year 1202 by a monk. Situated near the famous Geisha district of ...  Read more

Kiyomizu Temple

4.5 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

The Kiyomizu Temple is an ancient institution, dating back to 798 AD and the days of Nara. Its classic design influenced temple architecture for centuries.  ...  Read more

Kobe

Most people only know about Kobe thanks to the famous beef, but this city of 1.5 million people is one of the most beautiful and most international in Japan. ...  Read more

Kokugikan Sumo Stadium & Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 122 Reviews

The Kokugikan Sumo Stadium, also known as the Ryōgoku Kokugikan, is Tokyo’s largest indoor sports arena hosting sumo wrestling tournaments. Sumo is Japan’s ...  Read more

Komagatake Ropeway

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

See the so-called Nagano Alps from Japan's highest aerial tramway, the Komogatake Ropeway. The Ropeway opened in 1963 and is a popular way to take in one of ...  Read more

Kotokuin (Great Buddha of Kamakura)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 47 Reviews

The 47-foot (14-meter) tall bronze Buddha statue of Kotokuin (Great Buddha of Kamakura) is only the second tallest statue of Buddha in Japan though likely the ...  Read more

Kuromon Ichiba Market

Nicknamed “Osaka’s kitchen,” the Kuromon Ichiba Market caters to the city’s chefs. Every day, cooks from well-known -- and hole-in-the-wall -- restaurants ...  Read more

Kyoto Imperial Palace

4 star rating: Recommended 43 Reviews

Japan's royal family no longer live in Kyoto Imperial Palace, but the imperial furnishings have been preserved. The immaculate parkland surrounding the ...  Read more

Lake Ashi

4 star rating: Recommended 55 Reviews

Located on the Island of Honshu, Lake Ashi, also known as Lake Ashinoko, is located inside of Japan's Hakone National Park. With Mt. Fuji as its backdrop, it ...  Read more

Lake Shikotsu

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Despite the harsh winters of Hokkaido, Lake Shikotsu—a crater lake formed some 40,000 years ago—never freezes. In fact, it’s the northernmost ice-free lake in ...  Read more

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