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Japan play guide

2018-02-15 17:36:00

The earthquake in Japan has receded, and tourism is slowly recovering. What made this country so strong in the earthquake, what made this country recover so quickly from the trauma, let us revisit the island and feel its breath.

Where to visit in Japan

Mount Fuji (ふじさん,FujiSan) is the highest peak in Japan, a dormant volcano in Shizuoka and Yamanashi prefectures, located about 80 kilometers southwest of Tokyo. Its main peak is 3776 meters above sea level. In August 2002 (Heisei 2014), it was re-measured by the National Institute of Land and Geography of Japan. About 100 kilometers (60 miles) southwest of Tokyo. The highest peak in Japan and one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, it is currently dormant, but geologists still classify it as an active volcano. Due to the eruption of the crater, Mount Fuji formed numerous caves in the foothills, and some caves still have jet phenomena. The walls of the most beautiful Fuyue Feng Cave are covered with stalactite-like icicles, which do not melt all year round and are regarded as a rare spectacle. There are two craters on the top of the mountain, the large crater, about 800 meters in diameter and 200 meters deep. When the weather is clear, watching the sunrise on the top of the mountain and watching the sea of clouds is an essential tour for tourists from all over the world to Japan. Ticket information: 3,000 yen/person (about 210 yuan/person), adults and children are the same price. This price includes tour guide service, fare, etc. More than 10 people travel. How to get there: 1. It takes about 50 minutes from the lake to Fuji-Kyu Chuo Bus to Fuji-Kyu bus to Fuji-Kyu bus to Goji-Kyo Gate at Otemba Station. It takes about 40 minutes to get there. 2. Transfer from Shinjuku Station to Otsuki Station by JR Chuo Main Line Express, about 1 hour and 5 minutes to Fuji Express Lake Station Specialty food Shizuoka agricultural products mainly include tea, greenhouse melon, strawberries, tangerine, fish products include bonito, tuna, mackerel, etc. Yamanashi Prefecture is known as the kingdom of fruit trees. Tokyo Disneyland is known as the number one amusement park in Asia, Tokyo Disneyland, after the United States Disneyland built. Since its opening on April 15, 1983, the park has become a tourist attraction for men, women and children alike. The park cost 150 billion yen to build and has received 260 million visitors since its opening in the spring of 1983, making a huge profit several times the investment. Tokyo Disneyland received 17.3 million visitors in 2000. Tokyo Disneyland is mainly divided into seven areas: World Market, Adventure Park, Western Park, New Creature Zone, Dream Park, Card and Future Park, and there will be colorful costume shows and interesting parades on the stage and square in the park. In the main gate of Disney, you can see the towering "Cinderella City" the main building, and then around it also built a variety of scenic palace, leisure palace, universe palace, fantasy palace theme playground and amusement park, adventure palace, world famous stories, legend palace, there are etc. Each amusement palace is equipped with detailed plot explanation and music to make people feel as if they are in the world. It maintains the authentic style of Disneyland in the United States, and we can experience its "non-routine" performance characteristics. In Tokyo Disneyland can also see a large parade performances, these performances will make guests return. The whole park is made up of many small theme parks. Ticket information: One-day tour tickets are 5,800 yen per person (students over 12 years old are 5,000 yen per person, senior tickets are 5,100 yen per person, and children over 4 years old to 11 years old are 3,900 yen per person). The 2-day tour ticket is 10,000 yen per person (8,800 yen per person for students over 12 years old, 6,900 yen per person for children over 4 years old); The three-day tour ticket is 12,900 yen per person (11,500 yen for students over 12 years old and 8,900 yen for children over 4 years old); Tickets for the four-day tour are 15,000 yen per person (13,500 yen per person for students over 12 years old and 10,500 yen per person for children over 4 years old). Ryoken Annual Passport ※(75,000 yen per person over 12 years old, 50,000 yen per person between 4 and 11 years old) 5,220 yen per person for groups of 25 or more (4,500 yen per person for students over 12 years old, 3,510 yen per person for children over 4 years old). An annual pass to Tokyo Disneyland is 45,000 yen per person (31,000 yen per person for children over 4 years old). Children under three years old are free. Access: Take JR Keiha Line and Musashino Line from East Station and get off at the south exit of Maihama Station; It can also be reached by direct bus from Shinjuku Station (Shinami Exit), Yokohama Station (east exit), Kawasaki Station (East exit), (TamaPlaza) Station (North exit); It is also accessible by regular bus from Urayasu Station of the Tokyo Subway; There are direct buses from Haneda Airport and Narita Airport to Disney Park. You can drive along the coast line of the Capital Expressway and drive 5 minutes to the exit of Shimourayasu Interchange. Tokyo Tower Tokyo Tower, the official name of Japan Radio Tower, located in Tokyo Minato Shiba Park, Japan, is a red and white tower built on the model of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, but its height of 333 meters, 13 meters higher than the Eiffel Tower, is the world's highest self-standing tower. Before the birth of the Tokyo Tower, the tallest tower in the world was the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, but the Tokyo Tower surpassed it by 13 meters, reaching 333 meters high. The materials used were only half that of the Eiffel Tower, and construction took a year and a half, less than a third of the construction time of the Eiffel Tower. With so little material and in such a short time, the flat land erected this typhoon-proof, earthquake-resistant behemoth, which shocked the world. The Tokyo Tower was completed in December 1958. It opened to visitors in July 1968. The lighting is hosted by the world famous lighting designer, Ishii, and the lighting time is between sunset and midnight. The color of the lights changes with the seasons, white in summer, orange in spring, fall, and winter. Address Information: Tokyo Tower is located on the west side of Shiba Park, Minato Ward, Tokyo, at 139°44 '55 "E, 35°39' 20" N Ticket Information: General Room (120m) Special Exhibition Room (223m) Adult 820 yen 600 yen Junior high school student 460 yen 400 yen Infant (over 4 years old) 310 yen 350 yen 100 yen is about 7.5 yuan Shuri Castle (World Heritage) Shuri Castle is located in the city of Naha "Shuri Jinjo Town", It is the famous acropolis of the royal palace of the Ryukyu Kingdom. Originally built in the late 13th to early 14th centuries, it was the political and power of the Ryukyu Kingdom, and its layout was modeled on the Forbidden City of the Ming and Qing Dynasties of the same period, which is enough to prove the close relationship between the Ryukyu Kingdom and China. At that time, only the king's relatives could enter the city, and witnessed the rise and fall of the Ryukyu kingdom. The king's office is the "Main Hall", which is the largest wooden structure in the Ryukyu kingdom with a red tone. It absorbs both Chinese and Japanese cultural elements of the individual architecture, its various decorations and carvings exquisite. The "North Hall" was the place to receive Chinese envoys; The "South Hall" hosted artists from the Satsuma Dynasty. Shuri City has survived four fires and was bombed by the US Army during World War II. It was later rebuilt by Okinawans and reopened to the public in 1992 as an exhibition of Ryukyu culture. In December 2000, it was successfully registered as a United Nations World Cultural Heritage Site. Admission information: Adults 800 yen, children 300 yen. (With the second pass, you can enjoy free admission all year round.) Opening hours: All year round. From March to November, 9:00 to 18:00. December ~ February, 9:00 ~ 17:30 Traffic information: From the ticket gate of the monorail Shuli Station, walk down the steps at the south exit and go straight for 100 meters, pass the traffic light (Bird Dig Intersection) and go straight for 900 meters, turn left at the traffic light at the entrance of Shuli City and go straight for 150 meters, it takes 15 minutes to walk. Or take Naha Transit bus 1-7 from Makeshi Station, which takes about 35 minutes. Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo. According to legend, in the thirty-sixth year of the Emperor Tuigo (628 AD), two fishermen were fishing in Miyogawa and picked up a 5.5 cm high golden Guanyin statue, and nearby people raised funds to build a temple to worship this Buddha statue, which is Sensoji Temple. The temple was destroyed several times by fire. In the early Edo period, Tokugawa Ieyasu rebuilt Sensoji Temple into a large group of temples and became a playground for the citizens of nearby Edo. In addition to the inner hall of Sensoji Temple, there are numerous famous buildings, historical sites, and scenic spots in the courtyard of Sensoji Temple, including the five-fold Pagoda. Every year before and after New Year's Day, the pilgrims come to worship, the sea of people. Admission is free. Access information Take the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line to Asakusa Station Exit 1, or the Toei Metro Asakusa Line to Asakusa Station Exit A4, walking distance. Or take the water bus at the Hinode Trestle Bridge, which takes about 40 minutes. Opening hours Sensoji Main Hall: Summer: 6:00-17:00; Winter: 6:30-17:00. Nakami Seichi: Around 9:30 until evening. Travel tips 1, January 1-3: New Year party. Millions of people come to worship and pray. 2, May 17, 18: "Three community festival". One of the three major festivals in Edo, there will be many vendors such as snacks and local products, and it is very lively. 3, July 9 and 10: Forty-six thousand days. The merit of visiting during this period is equal to 46,000 days of merit, and there is a lantern flower market. 4, December 17 - December 19: The year of the city. On the 18th day of every month, there is a Kwanin temple fair in Sensoji Temple, and on the 18th day of the end of the year, the year market is set up to thank Kwanin for a year of blessing. There is a shuttlecock board market, where many vendors sell shuttlecock boards painted with popular stars. Osaka Castle: Osaka Castle is the most famous tourist attraction and symbol of Osaka, which includes 13 buildings designated as important cultural heritage by Japan. It is particularly famous for its imposing gate and the towers that run along the moat. The wall, which is 20 meters high and very steep, was built with boulders brought from all over Japan. The spectacular spectacle of its high and steep walls and wide moat is unmatched by any other in Japan, and the eight 𩾇 and decorative ghost tiles and tiger-shaped reliefs on the top of the Tenshu Pavilion are all gilded Osaka Castle underwent a major overhaul in 1997. The facades were freshly painted and the gold-plated decorative accessories reset. The white walls set off by the dazzling gold have restored Osaka Castle to its original grandeur. The redesigned and renovated main tower is decorated with colorful lights both inside and outside, making this building a striking symbol of Osaka's past glory and glory. Admission information: Osaka Castle entrance fee is free, the price of the Tenshou Pavilion ticket inside is 600 yen Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (after 16:30 can not enter). Access: Osaka Circle Line Osaka Station 11 min JR Morinomiya Station /JR Osaka Castle Park Station Exit 1 and 3 15 min Nearest station: Metro Tenmanbashi Station (Exit 3)/Tanicho Shitinome Station (Exit 1-B, Exit 9)/Morinomiya Station (Exit 1, Exit 3)/Keihan Line Tenmanbashi Station (Exit 1-B, Exit 9) Okinawa Misumi Aquarium Aquarium located in the Marine Museum on the Honbu Peninsula, It is known as the world's first, the first water tonnage, the first fish species, the first tank thickness, the world's first shark species, and the world's first artificial breeding of natural coral in the aquarium, a total of 650 species of fish essence, 75,000 various strange fish. The world's largest fish tank, with a plexiglass wall recognized by Guinness as the world's largest, contains a variety of fish, including a 7-meter-long whale shark and giant ghost bat fish. In the part of ecological tour, visitors can directly touch the beautiful and lovely small life in the sea (starfish, sea cucumber, sea snake, sea urchin, crab, etc.). Admission information: Adults 1,800 yen, high school students 1,200 yen, elementary and middle school students 600 yen Opening hours: 9:30 ~ 17:30, no entry 1 hour before closing Traffic Information: Take buses 20, 120 from Naha Bus Terminal, change to Nago Bus Terminal to take bus 65, 66, 70 to Ishikawa Entrance stop, go in the direction of the bus, enter from the north entrance on the left side, according to the guide board. Walk about 5 minutes from the entrance. About 50 minutes by taxi from Nago Bus Terminal. END

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