Japan

Japan is an intricate blend of East and West. Thus, that modern high-rise may look Western, but it may contain a rustic-looking restaurant with open charcoal grills, corporate offices, a pachinko parlor, a high-tech bar with views of Mount Fuji, a McDonald's, an acupuncture clinic, a computer showroom, and a rooftop shrine. Your pizza may come with octopus, beer gardens are likely to be fitted with Astroturf, and "parsley" refers to unmarried women older than 25 (because parsley is what's left on a plate). City police patrol on bicycles, garbage collectors attack their job with the vigor of a well-trained army, and white-gloved elevator operators, working in some of the world's swankiest department stores, bow and thank you as you exit. Because of this unique synthesis of East and West into a culture distinctly Japanese, discovering it is like peeling an onion - one layer is uncovered only to lead to more layers underneath. No matter how long you stay in Japan, constant discovery is one of the most fascinating aspects of being here.

Abashiri Akan National Park Akita
Akiyoshido Cave Amami Oshima (Naze) Amanohashidate
Aomori Atlasova, Kuril Islands Awaji Island
Beppu Broutona, Kuril Islands Cape Notoro
Chiba Chichijima Chikatsuyu
Chirpoy, Kuril Islands Fukuoka Hagi
Hahajima Hakata Hakodate
Hakone Hakone Ropeway Owakudani Station Hakone Ropeway Sounzan Station
Hashima Island (Gunkanjima) Himeji Hiroshima
Hokkaido Hongu Hososhima
Ikuchi Jima Inland Sea Iriomote-jima
Ise Ise Shima National Park Isejingu
Ishigaki Ishinomaki Iturup Island, Kuril Islands
Iwakuni Iwo Jima Iya Valley
Izu Islands Izumi Izumo
Jigokudani Kaga Kagoshima
Kamakura Kamikochi Kanazawa
Kanmon Straits Katsuura Kawagoe
Kawaguchiko Kawayu Onsen Kerama Islands
Kinosaki Onsen Kirishima Kitakyushu
Kochi Komatsu Kotohira
Koya San Koyasan Kumamoto
Kumano Kunashire, Kuril Islands Kurashiki
Kuril Islands Kushiro Kushiro Shitsugen National Park
Kyoto Kyoto (Kobe) Lake Kussharo
Lake Mashu Lake Suwa Lake Toya
Maizuru Matsumoto Matsushima Islands
Matsuyama Matya, Kuril Islands Mimasaka
Minamikyushu Miyajima Island Miyake-jima
Miyako Miyazaki (Aburatsu) Moji, Japan
Motobu Mount Io Mt. Fuji
Mt. Koya Nagano Nagasaki
Nagoya Naoshima Nara
Nemuro Nemuro Strait Nichinan
Niigata Nikko Nishi
Noshiro Noto-cho Oarai
Odawara Bullet Train Station Ofunato Okayama
Oki Islands Okinawa Okinawa (Naha)
Onelotan, Kuril Islands Onomichi Osaka
Otaru Paramushir, Kuril Islands Rausu
Rebun Rishiri Rishiri-to
Ryukyu Islands Sado Island Sakai Ko (Matsue)
Sakaiminato Sakata Sakishima Island
Sakurajima Sapporro (Muroran) Sasebo
Sendai Shikoku Shimizu
Shimonoseki Shingu Shirakawa-go
Shiraoi Shiretoko Peninsula Simushir, Kuril Islands
Skaly Lovushky, Kuril Islands Takamatsu Takayama
Taketomi Island Tamano Teuri Island
Toba Togendai Tokushima
Tokyo Tomakomai Toyama
Tsugaru-Kaikyo Strait Tsumago Tsuruga
Uno Ko (Okayama) Urup, Kuril Islands Uwajima
Wajima Wakayama Wakura Onsen
Yakushima (Miyanoura) Yamanaka Yamashiro Onsen
Yasugi Yatsushiro Yokkaichi
Yokohama Yoroushi Yoshino
Yudanaka

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