Juniper print shops and cafes dot the cityscape, from the busy streets of downtown Tokyo to the bustling streets of Shinjuku.

While most of Japan’s cities have a strong Japanese tradition, the country’s third largest city, Tokyo, is still a global hotspot.

There are over a million people living in the Japanese capital, and the number of people in Japan is projected to increase to more than 300 million by 2020.

But there are also many other things to do in Tokyo, like visiting the city’s famous art galleries and museums, or the city itself.

With its grand streets and vibrant skyline, Tokyo is an urban paradise, and it’s no surprise that a lot of people want to visit the city during their visits.

Here are some of our top picks for when you’re in Japan.

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Shinjiroji Museum: Located in the center of Shinju, the largest city in the country, the museum houses a collection of some 10,000 works from around the world.

The Shinjimori Art Museum is a world-class exhibition space that showcases some of the most important art from around a wide range of cultures.

It’s not just the work that makes up the museum collection; it’s also the people who made it.

Visitors can also explore the city as part of the “Tour of the Japanese World” which takes place every June.

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Kyoto National Park: This popular tourist destination in northern Japan is home to over 20 million people.

It boasts some of Japans most beautiful natural areas including Mt.

Fuji, Mount Kiyomizu, and Mount Tamagawa.

The most popular attractions of Kyoto National Parks are the Ryokan Park, the Mt.

Hiei Mt. and Mt.

Ryoko, and Ryokans unique temples.

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Hiroshima National Museum: While Kyoto is a popular destination for visitors from around Japan, Hiroshima is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the oldest in the world, so it’s very important to visit Hiroshima when you want to see it.

You can explore Hiroshima’s cityscape and historical sites, but one of your favorite ways to see Hiroshima is to take part in a guided tour of the city, complete with history, art, and other cultural activities.

Hiroshima is also the place to visit for the annual Katsu-yama (Japanese Spring Festival) which takes over the city in April, and you can even learn about the city from some of its famous teachers.

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Kyoto Castle: Kyoto is the capital of Japan, and its castle stands as one of its most iconic landmarks.

Built by the Emperor Tokugawa Ieyasu, it is famous for being the seat of the imperial court, the place where he was executed and buried.

One of the main attractions of the Kyoto Castle is the National Museum of the Emperor.

Visitors are able to visit both the castle and the museum at the same time, which is a great way to learn about both.

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Shizuoka National Museum and Tower: This national park has been a UNESCO world heritage site since 1987.

This is one of Japan ‘s oldest national parks, and also one of Tokyo ‘s most visited attractions.

It also has a famous park, called Mt.

Kiyomi, which you can climb to get a better view of the mountain.

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Shinmachi Temple: Located on the west coast of Tokyo, Shinmachi Temple is one the most famous Japanese temples, and is famous in Japan for being built in a year by the Shinto religion.

It has a total of over 1,400 idols that are scattered throughout the temple grounds, and there are even some statues in the temple itself.

While you might not know about the temple and its amazing architecture, it’s still a popular place to go to. 7.

Kyoto Art Museum: One of Japan s most famous art museums, Kyoto Art Center is the largest in the whole of Japan.

The museum is divided into two parts: the Art Center, where you can see some of Kyoto’s most famous works, and Kyoto Art School, where students learn about art from the perspective of a modern artist.

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Hiroshima Museum of History and Art: The museum houses the famous Kyoto Art Institute, a place where students can study various subjects from Japanese history and culture.

You will also find an exhibition hall in the Museum Center that’s open to the public.

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Kyoto Temple: This ancient temple has a unique structure, the Katsuya Shrine, which can be found inside the walls of the building.

The Katsu Shrine is the most beautiful building in Kyoto and was built to honor the patron deity of the Kami.

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Tokyo Tower: The world’s tallest building, Tokyo Tower is also a UNESCO heritage site, and a very popular tourist attraction.

It is the tallest building in Japan, measuring over 9,500 meters (28,300 feet).

Tokyo Tower can be seen from a wide variety of places around the city. For