What are Japan must-see destinations ?

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Each tour combines must-see stops with lesser-known destinations to offer a unique discovery experience. Highlights include cosmopolitan cities such as Tokyo and Osaka, historic sites such as Hiroshima, and timelessly elegant regions and cities such as Kyoto and Nara.

Here's a description of some key cities:

Tokyo is the contemporary city par excellence, with its impressive skyscrapers and frenetic pace. This Japanese metropolis offers a unique urban experience, harmoniously blending ancestral traditions with futuristic innovations.
Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, is a timeless destination that charms visitors with its rich cultural and historical heritage. Its majestic temples, Zen gardens and traditional districts bear witness to the beauty and elegance of the imperial era.
Osaka is a dynamic, cosmopolitan city, renowned for its delicious cuisine. Nights here are particularly lively. Its historic castle and ultramodern aquarium are must-see attractions for visitors.
Okinawa, a tropical archipelago in southern Japan, offers heavenly beaches and a unique culture influenced by its proximity to China and the Philippines. Lovers of scuba diving and snorkeling will find exceptional seabeds here.
Nara, Japan's first permanent capital, is famous for its deer park and thousand-year-old temples, including Tōdai-ji, home to a gigantic bronze Buddha. The city offers a journey back in time to Nara, the cradle of Japanese culture.
Hiroshima, a symbol of peace and resilience, is a moving destination where the Peace Memorial recalls the horrors of the atomic bomb. Nearby, the island of Miyajima enchants visitors with its Itsukushima Shrine and its famous torii floating on the waters of the Seto Inland Sea.

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