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How to Select Your Destinations in Japan

Posted By on Oct 6, 2015

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IMG_2077Deciding which cities and places to visit on your trip to Japan may not seem easy. With so many attractions and places to see, how can you possibly select just a few?

With these pointers in mind, creating an itinerary may be easier than you previously thought it would be.

1) Budget restrictions. How large is your budget? How long are you staying? Dividing your spending into major categories will certainly help shape your itinerary. Pressed for money? Don’t worry – there are many free and affordable activities throughout Tokyo and Japan as a whole.
2) Time restrictions. Why spend time waiting in queues and fighting the crowds at busy sights? Pick the attractions that are less busy in order to full appreciate your surroundings without the added stress of congestion.

3) Handicaps. For those who are unable to travel without support, it is important to research places of interest far in advance. Old temples are among the many traditional sites which may be difficult to navigate with physical handicaps. While the country is becoming increasingly more supportive to handicapped needs, there are still challenges for many people.

4) Language ability. How proficient is your Japanese? If the answer is not at all – don’t worry. The language barrier shouldn’t keep you from enjoying all of the beautiful scenery and culture that Japan has to offer.
If, however, your Japanese is great, then you have all of the country open to exploration. For guided tours, check out some of those offered by JTB in your area of interest.

 

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