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Sunday, January 18, 2015

Gaijinpot: "Top 5 Must See Places In Japan For 2015"

Above, Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Gaijinpot.com has posted a list of the top five "must-see" places in Japan for 2015 by John Asano.

Of the five, I have been to one of them and I agree that it is a place tourists should visit.

Before going into their list, they wrote:
Japan has always been a popular holiday destination for foreign tourists, but last year saw a record number of tourists visit its shores. This can probably be attributed to a weaker yen and easing of visa requirements for travellers from some Asian countries, but I also think the quality of the attractions and sights on offer draws the tourists in as well. 
The Japanese government has also made a concerted effort to increase the amount of visitors to Japan via various promotional campaigns. Boosting tourism has been one of the cornerstones of Prime Minister Abe’s growth strategy for Japan. 
The New Year in 2015 is going to be an even hotter year for travelling in Japan. The following is a list of what I think are the top 5 must see places to visit in Japan.

 To see what they are, go here.

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