When you think up an itinerary, find out what sights are currently undergoing reconstruction. Temples and sanctuaries sometimes need renovations, and since there are so many in Japan, you will certainly see one under a scaffold or even closed. It is good to think about it in advance, so you won’t be disappointed. If you plan to see Tokyo, be sure to visit the Japanese Tsukiji Fish Market.
2. You can visit Japan all year round
When you find out how to plan your trip to Japan, you will be interested in what time to go there. Due to the four seasons and the size of Japan, you can go there year-round. During spring, you can admire the Sakura blooming, gradually from south to north of the country. The Japanese love this period, so they have a national holiday around the beginning of May, which lasts about a week. Most Japanese during the week, i.e., Golden week, travel around Japan and admire the beauty of the famous cherry blossom. If you plan to travel to Japan during Golden week, you should book all the accommodation and transport well in advance because everything is crowded.