Vuongnd Travel is honored to introduce to you the following article: 6 Japanese weirdest tourist destinations.
Bathing with wine, dinner at Restaurant Robot, sleeping in the chrysalis hotel , visiting the island of cats, … are what any visitor will want to experience when traveling to Japan – the land of cherry blossoms.
A good bottle of wine in a Japanese restaurant can cost you half a month of salary, but only 2,800 Yen, you can bathe in wine … all for days at Yunessan Spa, located in the resort Hot Springs Amusement Park & Spa Resort in Hakone. In addition to providing services in alcohol bath, spa services also include coffee bath, sake and green tea for guests traveling to Japan.
To make a difference to attract Japanese tourists, “robot restaurant” has used the giant robot dancer, sexy dressed to entertain diners.
With 5,000 Yen, you will see the show of the robot dancer which last for an hour while sipping a few snacks.
Love hotels often have very small area, for rent in a short time, from a few hours to overnight. The main purpose of the hotel is … you can guess, just know that the hotel is very rarely used for this type of business meetings. The love hotels are often located on the main roads in the city’s outskirts. No protocol or the instructor, the guest will pay through the machine automatically.
Coming to Japanese, tourists are curious about a kind of cheap hotels in particular – Capsule Hotel. Each “capsule” is large enough for one person. In the “capsule”, you can lie, sit comfortably. Also a “chrysalis” system is also equipped with full of air conditioning, television, lamp, alarm clock, a folding table and of course, blankets, pillows, cushions.
Cat Island, also known officially as Tashirojima – is a small island in the city of Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture of Japan. Cat Island is called so because the number of cats living on the island is more than there are people. People here believe that cats will bring wealth and good luck, so the cat population is growing stronger.
Okunoshima – Rabbit Island
Okunoshima is a small island in the Sea of Japan in the middle of Hiroshima and Shikoku. During World War II, the island was a top secret military area which specializes in producing gaseous toxic for the chemical warfare. When the war ended, the Allies had to dismantle the plant, laboratory animals (mostly rabbits) are released from the lab and live on the island. Today, residents of the island are the bunny. It is what particularly attracts a lot of curious tourists visiting Japan.
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(Reference articles from Japan Travel)