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Art & architecture
From Tokyo’s skyscraper district to the bamboo forests and peaceful shrines in Kyoto, Japan is a fusion of culture, history and modernity.
destination of the year
Japan was named Travel & Leisure’s Destination of the Year for 2018. Travel+Leisure
GOOD TO KNOW!
Don’t Forget to bring cash
Make sure to have plenty of Yen on hand! Most businesses and services, including restaurants and shops, accept cash ONLY. Tip: A popular alternative to carrying cash is purchasing a rechargeable IC card!
Learn the language
Knowing a few basic phrases in the local language will take you far. Familiarize yourself with how to say “thank you,” “please,” and" “excuse me” and you’ll be rewarded with a big smile!
Avoid pointing your fingers
Pointing at anything with your forefinger is considered rude in Japan. Instead, if you need to point towards something, use an open hand to guide the way.
Speak quietly in public
Avoid speaking loudly or using your cell phone in public. Keeping conversations to a minimum and voice levels low is important when sharing spaces with others.