Tokyo Skytree, built in 2008, is a 634-meter-high radio tower designed by architects
Takagi Kosho and Konishi Hofu to replace Tokyo Tower as Japan's tallest radio tower, and
in 2011 it became the world's tallest tower.
The Tokyo Skytree is also a major architectural breakthrough in architecture. Skytree tower is tall and narrow. It is a challenge and problem for the threat of high-al- titude wind speed...
Nijo Castle is a heritage building incorporated into the world's cultural heritage. It
was built by the famous Japanese leader Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1603. It used to be the
residence of the Tokugawa family and the Kyoto Prefectural Government House. It is a
national historic site.
This is also the stage for the important historical event, "Returning the Great Politics...
Akihabara is an international street famous for its Japanese subculture. It is full of
electronics stores, anime, theme cafes, and old CD stores. It now has more than 250
electronics stores, known as the the largest electrical street in the world.
After the World War II, Japan's economic growth was rapid. Various electronic parts and hardware retailers began...
Lake Mashu is a large caldera lake beside Lake Akan. It was born 7000 years ago due to a volcanic eruption. The clear and pure water makes it the world's first transparent lake. In the wet season, the dense fog floating makes people wander. Resembling a mirage in a mirage, it is called "the most beautiful lake in Hokkaido" and has won a three-star honor in the Michelin Green Guide...
Sanuki Udon is one of the three udon in Japan. The production and consumption per capita of udon is No. 1 in japan. Visitor can ride on the Udon Taxi to search for the delicious udon.
Yamanashi is surrounded by mountains with over 2000m above sea level. This is rare in island nation. One of those mountain is Mt. Fuji.
Kamakura is often described in history books as a former de facto capital of Japan, the nation's most populous settlement from 1200 to 1300 AD.
The water speed in Naruto Kaikyo Channel can reach to 20km per hour. The current in the strait is the fastest in Japan and the fourth fastest in the world.