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Places of Interests Japan

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Name: Fuji/Hakone/Izu National Park
Location: Honshu
Operating Hours:
Description: Japan's most famous park, the whole area is covered with seaside spas, hot springs, coastlines, golf resorts and places of historic interest. Fuji-san, a dormant volcano, is the national mountain of Japan.
Name: Imperial Palace
Location: Tokyo
Operating Hours: The palace is open on two days only, the Emperor's birthday (23 December) and 2 January. The gardens are open year round.
Description: Imperial Palace Home of Japan's Imperial Family since 1888. At one time in history, the biggest fortress in the world.
Name: Tokyo Disneyland
Location: Tokyo
Operating Hours: Open daily from 9.00am to 10.00 pm April to August. 10.00am to 6.00pm September to March. From September to November, it is closed on Tuesday. December to February closed on Tuesday and Wednesday except holidays.
Description: Tokyo Disneyland The top theme park in Asia and one of the most popular tourist attractions in Japan. Costs 3,670 Yen for adults. Ticket with unlimited admission to rides is 5,200 Yen.
Name: Shopping in Tokyo
Location: Tokyo
Operating Hours: Open from 11.00am to 9.00pm.
Description: Shopping in Tokyo From trendy departmental stores to traditional kimonos and imitation swords. Try International Arcade for Kimonos and such. The Ginza and down its side streets have many traditional Japanese wares. Department stores to visit are Mitsukoshi in Nihombashi, Takashimaya in Shinjuku and Odakyu and Keio in Shinjuku.
Name: Tsukiji Fish Market
Location: Tokyo
Operating Hours: Be there at 5.00am to catch all the action.
Description: 90% of the fish consumed in Tokyo goes through this market. The market sells all sorts of fish and sea creatures. On the side street are craft shops and stalls that serve noodles and extremely fresh sushi.