Japan, the land of bullet trains, active volcanoes and the popular Toyota, is an island nation in East Asia and also a great world power. With world’s 11th largest population, it has established itself as 4th largest world exporter. A developed country, Japan has highly skilled workforce, most modern military and is one amongst the most highly educated countries globally. It has attained remarkable breakthrough in the fields of agriculture, technology, industry and tourism and resultantly ranked 27th in the World Ease of Doing Business Index.
Japanese Automotive Industry is one of the most promising and influential globally and is recognised for its precision, innovation and affordability.
The Tokyo Stock Exchange, also known as Tosho, is not only largest in Asia but also 4th largest in the world, representing the flourishing Finance industry of Japan.
Owned by Central Japan Railway, this museum features the pathbreaking Maglev trains along with a bus exhibit, train cab simulators, and innovative railway models.
An active volcano near Tokyo, Mt. Fuji is a holy pilgrimage for the Japanese and is also popular for summit hikes.
Kinkakuji (Japanese), an ancient Zen Temple is an impressive structure built overlooking a large pond with its top two floors completely covered in gold leafs.
One of the most popular sights of the city, it is full of soaring bamboo stalks. Enjoy a laid back walk through this dense grove.
The Nagoya Castle, built in the year 1612, is famous for a pair of golden dolphins atop its towers and is one of the golden spots in the local sightseeing.