You most likely won’t think that Japan is home to numerous gorgeous island beaches, will you? Well, people from all over the world are starting to discover the many underrated island beaches in Japan for the past several years. Most of these wonders are located in Okinawa and in the Southwest Islands. Some of these beaches that offer picturesque views are Gahi-jima and Kume-jima that also offers very sparkling waters as seen in the photo below.
As the great Lenny Kravitz sings, “It ain’t over ’til it’s over.” Yes, summer is still here and for you who haven’t frolicked in white sands and cool waters yet, there’s still time to pack up and head to one of the less known but amazingly stunning Japan island beaches. If you think that the country is more of high-rise buildings and towering skyscrapers, its beautiful beaches will prove you wrong.
SOME OF THE COMMON reasons why people travel to other countries is to search for the best island beaches, to stay in the most gorgeous resorts, or to experience the joy of a particular festival. There are actually so many things to discover about the country we are planning to visit. Japan is one good example. Aside from Mount Fuji, and other destinations, the numerous Japan museums can provide visitors memories that would last a lifetime. We won’t be traveling for museums alone so we picked three from a number of museums to visit while in Japan for this post. Make sure to include them in your itinerary.
IT IS A KNOWN fact that Japan is one of the most highly industrialized countries in the world. One striking quality of its cities, and the whole country is the beautiful fusion of traditional and modern architectural designs. But what makes it a must visit country is the fact that you can still enjoy nature and reminisce the past even when you are in a highly urbanized city like Tokyo. This 2016, you may want to include Japan in your bucket list, and make sure to visit its top five attraction sites.