Looking for a honeymoon with a difference? Offering adventure, history, culture, innovative cuisine and natural beauty, Japan could be the ultimate choice…
If lounging on a beach isn’t really your thing, a once in a lifetime experience exploring fabulous Japan could be the answer! It seems this incredible destination is proving a popular choice with newlyweds looking for an alternative honeymoon this year, and we can see why.
The travel industry experts at Tourist Japan have seen a rise in honeymooners heading to the Japan during 2018: “Deciding on a honeymoon destination is indicative of what a couple is seeking for their adventure at the start of their life together and couples are continuing to frequently choose Japan”, says Ben Julius, CEO, and founder of Tourist Japan. “Japan is a place people correlate with tradition and modernity that also offers adventure and relaxation – it is no wonder we see a rising interest in honeymoon travel in Japan”.
Whether you’re planning a whistle-stop tour or a more lengthy vacation, there will be plenty to see and do. From the ultra-modern metropolis capital city, Tokyo to relaxing, zen-like Kyoto and sights like iconic Mount Fuji, there’s something to suit every honeymoon style.
Adventure seekers could try their hands at snorkeling in Okinawa or skiing up north in the Hokkaido, depending on the time of year. And, if history and culture is what you’re after, can we recommend visiting ancient sites like the Meiji Shrine, Old Asakusa or the ancient capital of Kamakura. Foodie couples will also be in for a treat, as Japan offers a first-class culinary experience . You could also consider a trip to the famous Tsukiji Fish Market. Plus, if you’re looking to relax after all that wedding planning, Japan is filled with zen-like spas and natural hot baths called Onsens.
Japan has something for every budget too, from neatly designed value hotels to deluxe suites in luxury hotels.
Sounds amazing, doesn’t it?! For more information on planning your dream honeymoon in Japan, visit touristjapan.com.