Popular Cities To Visit
Truly unique and exciting, Japan's cities attract millions of tourists from all around the globe each year. Rich in history but undeniably modern, Japanese cities are the perfect blend of old and new. Their rich tapestry of people, food, sights and nightlife make a visit to Japan a must-do for many.
Fukuoka – the Cosmopolitan Heart of Kyushu
"Fukuoka, the cosmopolitan heart and largest city in the southern Japanese Home Island of Kyushu, is different things to different people. From shopping in Tenjin or Hakata, or dining on the local speciality Hakata ramen or motsunabe offal stew, or even enjoying one of Japan's largest festivals, Fukuoka's draws are far more versatile and diverse than what one may expect this far away from the main Japanese Island of Honshu."
Osaka – Japan’s Kitchen
"From hotels to restaurants, from shopping to sightseeing, Osaka has got you covered. But do keep one thing in mind - food! Osaka is not referred as the Japanese "nation's kitchen" for no reason, so remember to enjoy all the local delicacies."
Kyoto – Cultural Heart of Traditional Japan
"Kyoto, Japan's former imperial capital, remains the cultural heart of traditional Japan. However, despite its historical leanings, Kyoto has a wide range of options you can explore, across interests and budgets, and from hotels to restaurants, from shopping to sightseeing."
The Westin Nagoya Hotel has been welcoming guests for more than 50 years. Its continual success lies with its fine dining, business, and sports facilities, as well as having the best view of Nagoya Castle in the city.