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Monday, November 9, 2015

TripAdvisor's Top 20 'Free Attractions in Japan' in 2015

Above, the Asakusa Cultural Sightseeing Center in Tokyo. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Most attractions in Japan will cost visitors some yen to enjoy them. But, there are still some places around Japan that charge nothing.

TripAdvisor has ranked twenty free attractions that visitors can enjoy for free.

Japan Today has an article with the list of attractions.

They begin with:
TOKYO —Aren’t the words “free entry,” “costs nothing,” and “0 yen” exciting to hear? I think we can all agree that there’s nothing better than a good deal, especially when that deal happens to be completely, 100% free. 
While attractions marked as free may set warning bells ringing for some people, Japan has plenty of high-quality, worthwhile places to visit that are such a blast, you actually wouldn’t mind paying money for admission—except that they really do cost absolutely nothing to enter! 
Travel website TripAdvisor‘s rankings were calculated using some fancy algorithm based on user comments and number of listings, and all of these places are so well-liked that people are usually shocked to find out that they don’t have to pay any money to enjoy them.
To see the full list, go here

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