User:Nadia El Borai/Sightseeing in Japan

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Many people ask me about sightseeing in Japan. It all depends on how much time one has and one's interest.

Bold text== Kyoto == A very well maintained user page!!! remarkable. I am proud of you. Please do tell me more about your self. i am interested in several of your topics and will be going through it by and by. Interested in your teaching techniques. Regards, --NIMS Mrs. Nirmala Parameswaran) 18:45, 7 May 2011 (UTC) Mrs, Nirmala Parameswaran.

Kyoto is the old capital of Japan and has not been bombed during the second world war therefore it has all the original buildings still intact.
My choice if there is little time would be to see 3 places:
1. Heian Shrine and its garden
2. The Golden Pavilion and Ryoanji temple the one with the stone garden.
3. Nijo Castle


To see the modern Tokyo Odaiba is an interesting place to visit. Tokyo is one of the most challenging places to go sightseeing in. You can find very interesting little corners, where you think you may have been caught in a time slip. Shibuya
the station is quite a maze. Omotensando the Champs Elysee of Tokyo. Roppongi with Roppongi Hills and Tokyo Midtown.