Known as the ‘Bridge in the Heavens’, it is a 3km sandbar dotted with pine trees.
Uji River, Kyoto
using a fishing technique called "ukai", Fisherman use cormorant birds to catch fish.
This sentry is standing guard over the Kasuga Shrine, which was first built in 768 A.D.
The Gold Pavilion Temple, constructed in 1397, is now a National Special Historic Site.
The cemetary at Koya-san
This center of Buddhism high in the hills of the Kii Peninsula, has over a hundred temple.
Seijanto-ji Temple and Japan’s best-known waterfall, Nachi Falls, with a drop of 133m.