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ASAKUSA
It is a district in Tokyo,Japan, famous for Buddhist temple dedicated to " Bodhisattva Kannon". The Asakusa area of Tokyo is rich with history and offers a glimpse into the more traditional Japan. Outside of the main downtown area with skyscrapers of a major metropolitan city, the Asakusa area has historic temples, shopping and some great restaurants. All of these things to do in Asakusa are easily within a few minutes' walk from the Asakusa Subway Station, which is easily accessible from anywhere in Tokyo.
 
 
SUMO WRESTLING
Sumo is a Japanese style of wrestling and Japan's national sport. It originated in ancient times as a performance to entertain the Shinto deities. Many rituals with religious background, such as the symbolic purification of the ring with salt, are still followed today. In line with tradition, only men practice the sport professionally in Japan
 
SKYTREE
Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo,Japan. It is the tallest structure in Japan in the year 2010 and reached height of 634.0 Meters (2,080 Feet) in March 2011 and became the tallest tower in the world, displacing "Canton Tower". The main purpose of this tower is to relay television and radio broadcast signals. This project was completed on 29th February, 2012 and opened to the public on 22nd May,2012.
 
 
NIKKO TOBU WORLD SQUARE
This is a theme park in Kinugawa Onsen, Nikko, Japan. The Theme park contains over a hundred 1.25 scale models of famous buildings, including UNESCO-designated world cultural and Heritage sites, complete with 140,000 1:25 miniature people. This is a theme park in Kinugawa Onsen, Nikko, Japan. The Theme park contains over a hundred 1.25 scale models of famous buildings, including UNESCO-designated world cultural and Heritage sites, complete with 140,000 1:25 miniature people.
 
DISNEYLAND
Tokyo Disneyland opened in the year 1983. It is located on a reclaimed site about 10kms from downtown Tokyo. There are seven themed areas in the park; the World Bazaar, the four classic Disney lands and two mini lands. Many of the games and rides are in these areas. Disneyland ranks as the third most visited theme park in the world. The park is noted for its extensive open spaces to accommodate the large crowds
 
 
FUJI SAFARI PARK
A safari park, sometimes known as a wildlife park, is a zoo-like commercial tourist attraction where visitors can drive in their own vehicles or ride in vehicles provided by the facility to observe freely roaming animals. The main attractions are frequently large animals from Sub-Saharan Africa such as giraffes, lions, rhinoceros, elephants, zebras, and antelope. A safari park is larger than a zoo and smaller than game reserves. The Safari parks often have other associated tourist attractions: golf courses, carnival rides, cafes/restaurants, miniature trains, and gift shops.
 
AKIHABARA
It is a district in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, Japan. The name Akihabara's expanded name form is "Akibagahara" which means autumn leaf field. This word comes from Akiba who is a fire- controlling God. Akihabara gained the nickname Akihabara Electric Town shortly after World War II for being a major shopping center for household electronic goods and the post-war black marker. Nowadays, Akihabara is considered by many to be an Otaku cultural center and a shopping district for computer goods, Video games etc.,
 
 
SHINKANSEN-Bullet Train
It's a network of high-speed railway lines in Japan operated by four Japan Railway Group of companies. Shinkansen literally means new trunk line, referring to the high-speed rail line network. The name Super express initially used for Hikari trains, was retired in 1972 but is still used in English-language announcements and signage.