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As Golden Empress Slots is inspired by Japan, we thought we’d be jetting off on a holiday of a lifetime to the Land of the Rising Sun. But what can you do while you’re there? Let’s give you the low-down of the awesome things you can see and do on a £2000 budget in Japan!
If you’ve come in on an international flight, chances are you’ll be landing in or around Tokyo. The Japanese capital city is full of incredible sights, sounds, tastes and smells.
Tokyo has 230 Michelin star restaurants – the most of any cities in the world. If you like your food, Tokyo is the place to be. You can choose to splash out some of your budget on these incredible restaurants, but you can still eat amazing food on a shoestring. Tokyo is famous for its street food too, so you can enjoy slurping some noodles in a bustling, neon-bathed street.
Not to mention the plethora of museums, tourist attractions and temples you can visit. Tokyo is enormous, so don’t expect to do everything at once! Take your time diving into Japanese culture and don’t worry about missing out on anything. Once the sun goes down you can immerse yourself in some Japanese nightlife too! Anyone for Karaoke? Just go with the flow in this immense, sensational city!
If you’re looking for somewhere a little slower and closer to the Japan of the past, perhaps Kyoto is the place to visit. Famed for its perfect pink cherry-blossoms and the iconic, sweeping rooves of its ancient buildings, Kyoto is the cultural capital of Japan.
There’s plenty to see and do here. Just wandering the streets is an adventure in itself. But if you’re after some targeted tourism, visit the many renowned shrines and temples Kyoto has to offer. The Golden Pavilion is arguably the most beautiful and eye-catching of them all and well worth a visit. Relax and indulge your inner romantic in this beautiful part of the world.
3. Mt. Fuji
Mt. Fuji is the most famous landmark in Japan. Often shrouded in mist, the lone peak soars 3000 meters above picturesque lakes and leafy woodland. It’s one of the must-see tourist attractions of Japan, and offers some incredible views to snap with a camera, or just stare at for hours.
Japanese public transport makes Mt Fuji relatively easy to get to from both Tokyo and Kyoto, so is the perfect option for a day trip, whether you want to climb to the peak or not.
4. The Japanese Alps and Kiso Valley
Japan might not be the first place you think of when you year the Alps mentioned, but the Japanese Alps are just as stunning as their European counterparts. With winding mountain roads, snow-streaked hillsides, quaint Japanese villages and lush green valleys. The snowboarding around these parts is particularly good. But if you’re more interested in culture, wondrous vistas and serene walks, then the Kiso Valley is perfect for you.
5. Tokyo Disney Resort
And if you’re the sort who loves a theme park, don’t forget there’s a Disney Resort just east of Tokyo. This fascinating park is similar to its European and American cousins, but not quite the same. The quirks of Japanese culture make for a fascinating blend of West and East. If you’re a fan of Disney, or just fancy a dose of prescribed fun, then maybe this is the attraction for you!
And that concludes our tour of Japan, courtesy of that tasty Golden Empress Slots Jackpot! Will you be the one to win it? Will you go on the trip of a lifetime? There’s only one way to know for sure. Happy spinning!