Japan Honeymoon Activities

THE 10 BEST Things to Do for Honeymoon in Japan

Best Japan Honeymoon Activities

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  • Vickie B
    Columbus, OH6 contributions
    I highly recommend visiting the Shrine but make sure that you are in good physical shape. There are lots of steps & it is all uphill. The only reason I gave it a 4 was I have a bad back & knee & couldn't walk to see everything.
    Written September 22, 2022
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  • Ordinary-Guy
    United Kingdom837 contributions
    Spent a lovely couple of hours visiting the Shrine and walking through beautiful forest in the centre of Tokyo. Very peaceful, calming and relaxing.
    Written May 17, 2022
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  • Tavi
    Tokyo, Japan3 contributions
    Nice to go there to the park close to the sea, both day or night.
    There are a lot of very expensive restaurants there.
    Written August 23, 2022
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  • 笑文
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates41 contributions
    A great way to see Sapporo from above. The cable car ride is very much enjoy by the children. Up in the top, it is very cold even with jacket on
    Written January 29, 2022
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  • JaperJP
    Yokohama, Japan11 contributions
    I have a yearly pass that’s truly one of the treasure of Yokohama. I would would recommend Visiting at different times of year.
    Written March 14, 2021
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  • sligoinian
    Sligo, Ireland101 contributions
    We visited this museum and i enjoyed everything outside but not so much the exhibits that were inside.
    Written October 4, 2022
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  • Phoebe-Elona H
    1 contribution
    Very beautiful and interesting place, you can get lots of stuff for your insta and relatives. The air is miraculous!!! You can try delicious unusual drinks as well, do some crafts and enjoy the panoramas.
    Written June 17, 2022
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  • Jenna R
    2 contributions
    I was surprised when my coworkers told me the most popular time to visit this park was during winter. But since visiting, I can see why. It's really beautiful when covered in snow.
    Written February 23, 2022
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  • dustythoughts
    Manchester, CT1,663 contributions
    This gorgeous national park, a quick train-ride from Tokyo, is a beautiful trip away from the rush and press of urban life. It has breathtaking waterfalls and lots of hiking trails that cater to different levels, and there are nearby temples if you want to sit and relax for a bit.
    Written May 7, 2020
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  • Daniel C
    Orlando, Florida, United States8 contributions
    At first look Himeji Castle is a big empty building but with the right information it is a cultural, architectural, and historical wonder. We were fortunate to see it with few if any crowds. We were even more fortunate to chance upon a tour guide from VeGA, the Volunteer Guide Association of Himeji Castle. Ito-san approached us and at first I thought it was a scam. I then remembered I was in Japan and they just don't do that. Look for the blue armband near the ticket window. Because I know about Japanese and castle history, and we had plenty of time, she gave us a three hour tour for free. In flawless English no less. They tailor the tour to the person so if I had only a little time or really didn't know much, it would have gone much quicker.

    Our tour was, by far, one of the best tours I have ever received at any historical site ever. I appreciate that she took to talk to us and we never felt rushed. She tailored the tour to my knowledge level. I could see that she was pleasantly surprised at my level of knowledge regarding castles, Japan, Japanese history, and the film You Only Live Twice. She was an excellent ambassador for her city and the nation of Japan.

    The Volunteer Guide Association of Himeji Castle (VEGA) is an amazing resource for people to understand and connect with Himeji-jo and the city of Himeji. As a visitor to their country, I appreciate that locals would volunteer their time, on their days off, to provide instruction and insights into one of Japan's twelve remaining original castles. VEGA is a valuable asset to the castle itself, the city of Himeji, and the nation of Japan. What is more, they provide these tours not only to other Japanese but, in nearly flawless English, to foreign visitors as well. My wife and I will be forever grateful to VEGA for such a memorable day.
    Written July 10, 2022
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  • William S
    Kobe, Japan1,198 contributions
    We’ve seen many homes and gardens in Japan and Senganen was one of the most impressive. The house is not just historic it is gorgeous. The staff are helpful (some English spoken) and clearly proud to be working there. The gardens are really remarkable with ponds, small buildings, fountains and great walking areas. It’s March and there are lots of trees and flowers in bloom but it must be gorgeous most of the year. There’s a lot of English signage which is helpful along with young, enthusiastic staff. The shops are interesting with local traditional sweets along with beautiful crafts. We aren’t so fond of cut glass but the production here is a quite remarkable. Expensive and wonderful. We spent 3-4 hours wandering around and having lunch in the cafe - which was also quite good. Keep a watch for someone ordering one of the deserts with tea - the making of the tea is an interesting exhibition.
    Written March 23, 2020
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  • Ramin2-D2
    Laguna Niguel, CA72 contributions
    Park where the deer roam free. Well maintained park and hardscape. The locals (and tourists) do a good job of leaving the deer in peace, other than feeding them. Watch out, as the deer will try to eat all paper you have, maps, paper bags, etc.
    Written September 5, 2022
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  • Naturelover33
    Tokyo, Japan31 contributions
    Been there with friends last week.not so far from the station best place to spend your time with friends and also with family as well .located on the peaceful environment.you can get there souvenirs shops and many others shops and restaurant near the street.highly recommended ❤️
    Written June 6, 2022
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  • Yuko-Stu
    Yokohama, Japan216 contributions
    This is a beautiful Lake with great views of Mt. Fuji and the area around. There are many nice walking paths around the lake.
    Written December 2, 2021
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  • Bill Stanford
    1 contribution
    In a nation of great gardens -- Okayama's Korakuen, Kanazawa's Kenrokuen, not to mention temple gardens such as the Tenryu-ji in Arashiyama, or the Moss Garden at Saihoji Temple in Kyoto -- it's still not surprising to say that Ritsurin Koen in Takamatsu in Shikoku is the standout.

    It's a place one can visit over and over and still desire to return to -- its three great lakes, its stream, its tea-houses, its groves, its sculptured trees, its rocks, its islands. It's a place one can never tire of. It's the place one visits first in Japan if one can -- I have been fortunate, and visited many, many times. And will visit again...

    Do take the journey over the Inland Sea -- you will carry Ritsurin in your mind life-long. You will return!
    Written July 2, 2022
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