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“The Land of the Rising Sun” is an island nation in East Asia. Boom! There’s your geography lesson for the day. It’s also the place where ninjas and samurai originated. Where sushi and sake were invented. And where you’re going to spend your next getaway. Browse lastminute.com.au’s splendid offers on Japan holiday packages and save tons of yen so you can experience it all.
Book a stay in some of lastminute.com.au’s accommodation in Kyoto and kick off your Japan adventure in the former Imperial capital. The city is littered with UNESCO World Heritage Sites from the Imperial days, and there’s ninjas around every corner! Just kidding (about the ninjas), but you’ll definitely want to check out places like the Shimogamo Shrine, Nijo Castle and the Sento Imperial Palace. Sorry, but these are not the hotels in Japan you’ll be sleeping in.
Has your time in Kyoto come to an end? If so, take the hour-and-10-minute flight to the modern capital of Tokyo, a city that makes most metro areas look like sandcastles. If you want to see a traditional Japanese sport up close, head to the Ryogoku Kokugikan and take in a sumo match. There’s nothing like watching massive humans throw each other around a dirt ring.
Most holidays to Japan will start when your flight lands at Narita International Airport (NRT), 60km from downtown Tokyo. You can get to your next Japan accommodation destination by taxicab, shuttle-bus service or by Keisei trains. You can also get yourself a set of wheels from one of lastminute.com.au’s great car hire options and see if you can go as fast as the bullet trains. Just kidding; don’t try to do that, but you can ride one of the Shinkansen, as they’re known in Japan, all over the country.
Well, we’ve done all we can. You know where to go and what to do. The final thing on your list of to-dos is to check out our amazing offers on Japan hotels and go to the Far East immediately.