Best Japan cruises from Australia
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The most picturesque time to visit Japan would be the months between March and May – this is when the famous Sakura blossoms start.
Visit in the months from September to November and you will enjoy very mild weather.
The range of cruise lines offering itineraries to Japan is big, so you will have no trouble finding what you are looking for:
Tokyo is, no doubt, Japan’s biggest tourist attraction. The huge metropolis is full of:
And everything else that you imagine when you think of Japan.
There is no wonder the city is extremely loud, there are over 30 million people living here. However, there are plenty of places to escape the crowds and enjoy some peace and quiet:
The port city of Fukuoka is another highlight on a cruise to Japan. Fukuoka has a lot to offer:
Osaka that was once Japan’s capital is now one of the country’s greatest attractions. It is considered to be the most fun Japanese city with its:
Two-thirds of Japan is covered in mountains, and this is great in so many ways:
Japan is not just the hustle and bustle of big cities and soaring peaks, the archipelago is also famous for its beaches located in the southern part. Japanese beaches are the definition of cleanliness, so relax and enjoy the emerald waters and the soft white sand.
Visit in the months of March to May for the world famous cherry blossom festivities – Hanami. Nature turns Japan into a spectacular sight that lasts for a week or two.
Japan is a great example of how modern and traditional can co-exist in harmony. The futuristic cities are counteracted by the countryside that is full of ancient customs:
The traditional Japanese sushi has now become one of the biggest international favourites. However, you haven’t really tried sushi until you’ve tried it in Japan.
Every dish prepared in Japan is a masterpiece – the locals take great pride in the whole process – starting with sourcing the freshest local ingredients and ending with assembling the dish on the plate.
There are regional variations and seasonal factors that influence Japanese cuisine.