There is a Yokohama red brick warehouse called Aka-Renga Soko which is located at the Port of Yokohama. It’s often the site for events, so there’s always something exciting and fun happening. Inside the building, there are many unique souvenir shops and restaurants.
Sankeien is a Japanese-style garden which is designed and landscaped by Sankei Hara ( his real name was Tomitaro Hara) who was a wealthy businessman in the silk trade. It’s really spacious, 18 square meters and historical buildings are arranged in the garden.
There is a place where you can try Matcha while looking at the Japanese garden.
There are many waterfalls in Nikko. The most famous waterfalls are Kegon Waterfall which is one of the three most famous waterfalls in Japan. The abundant water falls from 97 meters high, and the width is about 7 meters. Water comes from Lake Chūzenji and straight down to the rocks below creating a dynamic and artistic work of nature.
Kamakura is a city in Kanagawa Prefecture, which is second most populous prefecture in Japan (about 9 million). There are many historical temples and shrines in Kamakura.
There is a Great Buddha of Kamakura at Kōtoku-in. With 11.3 meters tall and weighs around 121 tons, it is the second tallest bronze Buddha statue in Japan. There is no construction around the statue so that you can see it at any angle also, you can enter inside the giant Buddha statue.
Omotesando is one of an approach to Meiji Shrine. Omotesando is known as one of the most trendy and fashionable area in Tokyo. The beautiful tree-lined avenue is where department stores, boutiques, restaurants and cafes gather.