Japan's three best views 日本三大夜景 と新日本三大夜景

Plus the three best night views

The Japanese are keen on rankings and have been for a long time. As early as the 17th century, the philosopher Razan Hayashi drew up a list of the "three views of Japan" (Nihon Sankei ), that is to say, the three most beautiful sites that all Japanese had to visit. Subsequently, other locations were added, and it is only natural that the "Three Views of Japan" was added to the "Three-night views of Japan."

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