The word Nippon and Nihon means "country/land of the rising sun" that's what Japan is called, a country with technological sophistication that is increasingly ahead of the curve combining culture, nature, and technology, and has 4 seasons that each season has its own interest, that's the reason why Japan is a popular destination.

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    Japan is an archipelago consisting of four main islands, namely Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu, and Shikoku as well as several other small islands.

    Japan is a popular and crowded country visited by tourists, with 4 very interesting seasons, culinary mushrooming to exist in other countries such as ramen, sushi, tempura, shabu-shabu, soba udon, etc. 5D3N Amazing Tokyo Mt.Fuji Japan can be a very good choice if you want to enjoy the beauty of Mt. Fuji, enjoy the original Japanese cuisine, and enjoy the extraordinary sensation of the 4 seasons in Japan and we can choose the right time to enjoy one of the seasons.

    Each season has different visitor interests, some are interested in visiting Japan during the beautiful fall, some are intent on experiencing the cold winter weather in Japan, and 7Summits has a selection of tour packages in each season, and has a unique experience in each season.

    Temperatures in Japan vary depending on the season and geographical location. Here are the approximate average temperatures for each season in some of Japan's major cities: 

    1. Spring (March-May)

  • Average temperature 10°C to 20°C
  • Cherry Blossoms (sakura) bloom in early spring

    2. Summer (June-August)

  • Average temperature 25°C to 35°C
  • Summer in Japan can be very hot and humid. With temperatures that can reach over 35°C in some places

    3. Autumn (September-November)

  • Average temperature 15°C to 25°C
  • Autumn is often considered to be the best time to visit Japan due to the cool weather and leaves changing colors

    4. Winter (December-February)

  • Average temperature 0°C to 10°C
  • In some northern areas of Japan, the temperature can drop below 0°C while in southern areas the temperature stays higher

    A wide variety of hotels and lodging options are available in Japan such as: 

  • Guest House
  • Homestay
  • 1-5 Star Hotels

    The sophistication offered cannot be found in other countries.

    Japan has one of the most advanced transportation systems in the world. Here are some types of transportation in Japan:

  • Shinkansen (High Speed Rail): A fast railroad network that connects various cities in Japan. It is one of the most famous fast train systems in the world.
  • Conventional Railways: Japan has conventional railways that connect cities and rural areas. One way to explore Japan 
  • Bus: Bus services in Japan are a transportation option that can serve areas not covered by trains.
  • Electric Train (JR Line): In major cities such as Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto, there is an extensive network of electric trains such as the JR (Japan Railways) Line which makes transportation within the city easy
  • Skytrain: In major cities such as Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto, there is an extensive and very dense subway network.
  • Taxis: Taxis are available in all areas of Japan, but are more expensive compared to other public transportation.
  • Ferry: Used to connect the main islands 
  • Gondolas: These trains can connect visitors to sightseeing spots that are at high altitudes.
  • Tourist: In some tourist areas, such as Kyoto, there are special trains for tourists visiting historical sites.

    Japanese culture encompasses the interaction between the strong indigenous Jomon culture and the foreign influences that followed. The combined cultural traditions of Greece and India influenced Japanese art and religion, complemented by the introduction of Mahayana sect Buddhism. Japan also developed original and unique cultures such as:

  • Traditional Clothing: Kimono is a traditional Japanese dress often worn on special occasions such as weddings or festivals. Yukata is a lighter kimono that is often worn in the summer.
  • Traditional Arts: Calligraphy, Origami, Ikebena, and Woodcarving.
  • Performing Arts: Japanese performing arts include Kabuki (theater), Noh (musical drama), and Bunraku (puppet theater).
  • Japanese Food: Japanese cuisine is famous all over the world. Japanese food includes Sushi, Sashimi, Ramen, Tempura, and many more.


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