Domestic tourism remains a vital part of the Japanese economy and Japanese culture. Children in many middle schools see the highlight of their years as a visit to Tokyo Disneyland or perhaps Tokyo Tower.
In inbound tourism, Japan was ranked 28th in the world in 2007. In 2009, the Yomiuri Shimbun published a modern list of famous sights under the name Heisei Hyakkei (the Hundred Views of the Heisei period). The Japanese government hopes to receive 40 million foreign tourists every year by 2020.
Guided City tour, Drive through Ginza, Visit Asakusa Kanon Temple and Nakamise Street, Photo stop at the Imperial Palace, Visit Tokyo Tower (First Observatory), Onsen Experience.
Enjoy a cruise on Lake Ashi. Visit the Owakudani Hot Springs valley.
Visit to 5th station of Mt Fuji (Weather Permitting). Experience the traditional Japanese Hot Springs at Fuji Lake district
Bullet train ride. Visit to Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park and Atomic Dome.
Photo Stop at Kurashiki Canal.
Visit Osaka Castle.
Visit Todaiji temple and Deer Park.
Visit Kiyomizu and Kinkauji Temples.