Mount Fuji – Rising above the clouds, is the symbol of Japan and has provided a spiritual basis for the Japanese since ancient times, with the height of 3776m high.
Kyoto Kiyomizu Temple – The temple is renowned for its construction which uses no nails to support the elaborate wooden structure of the main hall. And with a quaint old lane lined with pottery shops lead up to this famous temple.
Imperial Palace – formerly the Tokugawa family’s residence, was opened in the Meiji Restoration and later re-named as the Imperial Palace, and its famous for the Nijyubashi Bridge in front of the main entrance.
Ku-Masamune Sake Brewery – It is a museum of Sake that tells you the secret of traditional sake brewing technique of the Tanba region. You can also try tasting different kinds of sake here for free.