Mount Fuji is such a real beauty, fascinating and marvelous. with 3,776 meters (12,388 ft) it is Japan’s highest mountain. It has been worshiped as a sacred mountain and experienced big popularity among artists and common people throughout the centuries. You really have to see it, and the day trip to Mount Fuji should be among one of the things you should not miss.
The birthplace of a million-and-one consumer crazes, and best visited at night when the neon signs of restaurants, bars and cinemas battle it out with five-storey TV screens for the attention of passers-by. “Shibuya is a center of Japanese fashion, culture, color, noise, and light. Harajuku girls? They’re in Shibuya. Manga? Find it in Shibuya. Biggest scramble crossing in the world? Sit at the Starbucks in Shibuya and marvel at the madness below. You want contact lenses that turn your eyes purple and the best ramen soup of your life and to find out what the kids are wearing these days? Head down to Shibuya, the cultural crossroads of Tokyo.” — Kaitlyn Barrett.