Travel Japan in summer
Travel Japan in summer
Travel Japan in summer
Follow our production crew to Japan and discover the country in a unique way. In just two weeks our creatives have explored a large part of the country and captured the most beautiful and impressive highlights for you. Unique pictures and videos were created, as well as a spectacular route. Get inspired for your next visit to Japan!
The journey starts
- largest city in the world
- over 36 million citizens
- most best-rated restaurants in the world
- Shibuya Crossing is the busiest spot
The capital of Japan is also the city with the most inhabitants in the world and is usually the first point of contact with Japan for visitors to the country. Here, more than in any other place in the country, one can observe the famous union of modernity and traditional culture.
The highest point
- tallest mountain in Japan
- the "mountain" is actually a volcano
- the "volcano" is actually three volcanos
- Ascending the 3776 meter tall mountain takes about 4-8 hours
- not many tourists get there
Mount Fuji is one of the country's landmarks and, with its snow-covered white peak, the highest mountain in Japan. It offers an impressive panorama from every side in the lowlands around it and invites you to take day tours around the peak or to view it from numerous restaurants, lakes and hotels in the vicinity. On the route from Lake Kawaguchi near Mount Fuji to Kyoto, there is an ideal stop for the perfect picture. From here you can see Mount Fuji in all its glory and in front of it is a vast panorama of tall grasslands. Perfectly suited for a shoot to set the scene for the Mercedes Benz G63. Together with Hannah Hofinger, it became a short but very aesthetic and effective shoot and the result is something to be proud of.
- has been Japan's capital for over 1000 years
- inhabits over 1000 Buddhist temples
- here you will find 17 world heritage sites
- also, has the most landmarks in Japan
Kyoto is considered to be the cultural highlight of Japan and is, next to Tokyo, the most popular place for tourists. Both the many holy places, historical buildings and landmarks, as well as the city centre, the restaurants and people here invite for extensive exploration.
- one of the fastest growing cities in Japan
- over 9000 restaurants
- a centre for gourmets
- one of the youngest average ages in Japan
This young and modern city should not be missed on a trip through the country. The legendary gourmet scene invites you to visit the restaurants or the evening street food markets.
Excursion into nature
- the gorge was formed over 100,000 years ago
- one of the most popular destinations for Japanese tourists
- formed by volcanic eruptions
Coming from Fukuoka, this gigantic gorge invites for a day trip or even a stopover on the way to Kagoshima. The small natural wonder is best explored from the many bridges, a walk or a boat ride.
- UNESCO World Heritage since 1993
- 42% of the island is designated as a national park
- famous for its moss forests
Yakushima Island is the final destination of our trip and a real highlight in Japan! The island is not for nothing a UNESCO World Heritage Site, due to its unique nature. With daily walks and some outdoor activities, a few days can be filled here in an unforgettable way.
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