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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan

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Tokyo  

Tokyo

The super modern Tokyo Metropolis is the world's most populated urban area with 35 million people living in Greater Tokyo. Tokyo has something for everyone.
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Takayama  

Takayama

Takayama is a small city with traditional charm in Gifu, Central Honshu. It is famous for its well-preserved quarter with Edo-style streets.
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Sapporo  

Sapporo

Sapporo is the capital and largest city of the northern island of Hokkaido and the fifth-largest city in Japan. Sapporo is best known for hosting the Winter Olympics in 1972 and the annual Sapporo Snow Festival.
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Osaka  

Osaka

Osaka is the second largest city in Japan and economy centre of the Kansai region and is also known for its good food.
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Tours in & around Japan

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