15 Stunning Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit To Japan.

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Mt. Fuji is located 100 kilometers southwest of the city of Tokyo and is Japan's tallest peak.

There are plenty of beautiful places to visit around the world and Japan just so happens to be one of them. There are just so many wondrous things in this country that are so unlike anything you've ever seen. But if you can't afford to book a trip to Japan, don't worry. These photos will bring Japan to you as you bask in the landscapes, architecture and so much more. With all this diversity and beauty, you might feel tempted to start saving some cash so you can travel to this majestic land in the East.


This photo of Mt. Fuji, which is an active volcano, was snapped through gorgeous cherry blossom trees.

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You can really bring your zen game on when you visit the Ryotanji Temple in Hikone.

Who would want to turn their back on such a beautiful paradise? It's a great place to de-stress.

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No one can deny that Japan has some of the coolest manhole covers.

Every district has their own design and this one is located near the Ghibli Museum in Tokyo.

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The buildings in Akihabara look positively magical with the sun setting in the background.

It's like a cross between Times Square and anime heaven, and you can only find it in Japan.

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The food displays in the front of the Japanese stores are so picturesque and delicious too.

The displays are virtually an art form and the best thing is that what you order looks just like what you see.

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It definitely isn't very easy to snap a photo of Fushimi Inari in Kyoto, Japan, without people.

You could spend minutes if not hours waiting for hordes of people to thin out so you can get a clear shot.

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The sunset over Tokyo is absolutely breathtaking. Everything seems so modern and pretty.

It's like a painting, but those are in fact buildings as the sun sets over Mt. Fuji in the distant horizon.

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This shot was taken of the old post town, Narai in the Kiso Valley just as the sun rose.

Imagine walking down this street during sunrise and sunset. It's rare to get a photo with no people.

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Osaka is an amazing commercial center and a port city on the island of Honshu.

It has a wide array of modern architecture, street food, and historical districts like this one.

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There's beauty everywhere you look when you visit Kyoto, especially when you witness a sunset.

There are traditional buildings all around you, women in kimonos, and beauty everywhere.

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Fushimi Inari Taisha is the main shrine of the god Inari and is located in Kyoto, Japan.

The shrine sits on the base of the Inari Mountain and you'll find a bunch of hidden corners like this.

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The Osaka Castle offers a unique twist to fairy tale castles with its Japanese architecture.

There are plum blossom trees near the castle too, which make this shot even more magical.

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This photo was taken in Osaka and captures the lighting and overall general atmosphere of the place.

It almost looks like a still from a movie like "Blade Runner," but was taken near the Dotonbori area.

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You don't have to be invited to the wedding to witness this Shinto wedding procession.

This took place in Meiji Jingu. The Meiji Shrine in Shibuya, Tokyo, honors Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken.

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Fukuoka City, located on the northern shore of Kyushu Island, has a fabulous skyline.

This photo was taken from the Atago Shrine looking out towards Momochi and the Fukuoka Tower.

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