these times as well.
Summer represents the peak of the tourist season. Visitors at this time may expect long lines and premium prices. The heat and humidity also tend to be difficult. Winter is the quietest season from the tourism perspective. The weather in this season tends to be tolerable, but it won't be easy to make the most of the outdoors.
A fall visit makes it possible to attend events such as the Tokyo International Film Festival and Culture Day while spring invites visitors with Golden Week. The Emperor's Birthday and New Year's Day are celebrated in the winter while summer boasts fireworks and dance festivals.
Fascinating Cultural Activities
While Japan's larger cities are largely Westernized, Old Japan is still accessible in many areas. For instance, visitors are encouraged to take in a sumo match and attend a traditional tea ceremony. Those wanting to relax in traditional style may enjoy a shiatsu massage or soak in a hot spring. To see a faithful example of a traditional district in the center of the city, visit Asakusa in Tokyo. This is the old downtown area, and it features unforgettable sights like the Nakamise shopping lane and the Sensoji Temple.
Visitors also may want to explore the fantastic gardens such as Rikugien Garden, Sankeien Garden and Tyoanji Temple. Fantastic homes and palaces such as Kyoto Imperial Palace, Nijo Castle and Himeji Castle are simply waiting to be discovered.
More modern pursuits may include sitting in the stands at a baseball game, visiting the Tsukiji Fish Market or spending a leisurely day in Harajuku with its shops, boutiques, restaurants and museums. Don't forget to shop for fashions from Japanese designers or to hang out in one of the swinging nightlife districts.
Wonderful Resort Amenities
Your Japan timeshare may provide a beach or city location along with state-of-the-art exercise facilities and a variety of swimming pools. Several restaurants and lounges may be located on-site as well as a blissful spa. Golf courses, tennis courts, game rooms and other amenities are included so that guests may make the most of their stay.
Guests of these properties are surrounded by luxury and comfort. One-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums boast generous square footage and tasteful décor. Upscale mattresses and linens promise a good night's sleep while a full kitchen enables the preparation of delicious meals. With a dining room, living room and private balcony, guests have all of the comfort and convenience of a holiday home.
Choose a Japan timeshare when you're ready to explore this vibrant and mysterious land.