Japan is a nation that is known worldwide for having some of the best technology and automobile industries in the world. The country is known around the world for having some of the nicest as well as hardworking people and some of the best seafood that you can ever get. Tokyo, the capital of Japan, is the most populous city in the world and is home to some amazing places of attractions and landmarks that reflect greatly upon the Japanese culture and art over the years. Do not conclude your visit to Tokyo without checking out these three.
Tokyo Imperial Palace:
The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the official residence of the Emperor of China and is a large park-like area that is located in Tokyo. The palace contains the private residences of the imperial family, an archive as well as a museum that can be visited by tourists and historians. The Palace has some wonderful architecture and landmarks like the SeimonIshibashiBridge and the Music Department of the Board of ceremonies. There are some beautiful gardens that surround the building where visitors can relax and take in the beauty of the Palace.
Tokyo Disneyland is a 115-Acre Disney themed park in Tokyo and was thefirst theme park by Disney to be built out of the United States. The theme park has over seven themed areas around the area such as World Bazaar, the four classic Disney lands, Adventureland, Westernland, Fantasyland as well as Tomorrowland and two mini-lands: Critter County and Mickey’s Toontown. The place, which dubs itself the happiest place on Earth has rides and attractions that cater to both children and adults and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in all of Japan, with visitors thronging from all over the country. The Park had an average attendance of over 8 Million people every year.
The Meiji Shrine is a Shinto shrine that was built in memory of the spirits of the beloved Emperor Meiji and his wife. The Japanese Diet, which runs the day-to-day proceedings of the country decided to build the monument as a dedication to the Emperor in the year 1912 and it was formally completed in 1920. The shrine has a forest that covers over 700,000 square meters and has an outer and inner precinct with articles and treasures of the Emperor.