September is considered to be the right time to visit Japan with temperatures ranging from 10 to 21 degrees.. Fall hasn't begun, yet, so the leaves are still green and the skies are often clear and blue. So, do you have any clues on what to do in Japan in September?
Albeit always crowded with the majority of people living here, Tokyo is a must tourist destination - the sight of the hurrying people crossing the roads, the hustle and bustle of life, and the different surprises you find in areas around the city. Exploring the city will be an adventure! But Tokyo is more than a concrete jungle because there are so many parks you can visit, run around like a child, and of course take lots of pictures.
Kyoto is one of the cities in Japan where tradition can be seen all around. There are still many old-style buildings. You can rent a kimono and stroll around the traditional cluster street. If you are lucky you might spot a geisha. Nature is also well looked after here such as the bamboo forest where you can see ancient trees that stand high up into the sky. There are many temples in Kyoto and anyone can go there to make a wish. Lastly, visit a huge library in Kyoto to see a marvelous collection and read books!
Osaka is another commercial city besides Tokyo. It is known for its modern architecture, nightlife, and also some historical landmarks. Visit Nunobiki Herb Garden, which has 75.000 herbs and 200 kinds of flowers. There are 14 garden areas with their own themes. You can take a ropeway for an airy ride in the sky up to the mountain top during daytime or nighttime. Sooo romantic!
Going to one of these cities, soon? Don't be afraid of getting bored, because you will have endless options to make your visit to Japan this September more memorable!