Japan Timeshare Resales
To timeshare Japan means securing your own special vacation spot in a fascinating world where ancient culture meets brilliant modernity. Located in the Pacific Rim of East Asia, this island nation boasts a diversity where spectacular landscapes range from snow-capped mountains to tropical islands, and aged traditions coexist with cutting-edge technology. With so much to see and do, every visit to Japan offers new, breathtaking experiences.
No Japan timeshare vacation would be complete without seeing the country’s iconic Mt. Fuji. Hike Japan’s highest mountain or see it by train or from a boat cruise on nearby lakes.
A must-do experience is a high-speed ride on Japan’s Shinkansen, or bullet train system, which connects all the country’s islands.
If you timeshare Japan in the spring, you can view Japan’s most iconic natural attraction, the blooming of cherry blossoms.
Tour the impressive Imperial Palace, home of the current Imperial Family. See Japan’s vast history exhibited at the Tokyo National Museum through the likes of artworks, samurai swords and kimonos. See the Sensoji Temple, the city’s oldest and most visited temple.
Splurge in Ginza, Tokyo's shopping paradise, or check out the latest in electronics, gaming and anime in the Akihabara district. Head over to the artificial island of Odaiba for ultra-modern structures, waterfront entertainment and the glorious Rainbow Bridge.
Watch a live tuna auction at the world-famous Tsukiji Fish Market, the world’s largest and oldest of its kind.
Ride to the top of the Skytree or the Tokyo Tower for amazing views of the glittering capital city.
Taste Japan’s cultural treasures with a visit to Kyoto. Tour exquisite temples like the 14th-century Golden Pavilion, the Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine with its many stone foxes, and Nijo Castle, the former Shogun residence.
Soak up Japan’s wealth of artworks in the city’s many museums and galleries, including the impressive Kyoto National Museum. Get a feel of old Japan in the Gion district where you can dine in 17th-century teahouses or watch traditional geisha dances.
Don’t leave Kyoto without a stroll through the soaring bamboo tunnels of the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove.
Revel in the awe-inspiring architecture of Japan’s many temples, shrines, castles and historic sites. In the city of Nara, see the world’s oldest surviving wooden structure at the Horyuji temple. Discover the world’s largest wooden structure at the Todaiji temple.
Journey to the historic Villages of Shirakawa-go and Gokayama to see 250-year old traditional farmhouses noted for their thatched roofs that are steeply slanted “as hands in prayer.” Marvel over Japan's largest castle complex, the 14th-century Himeji Castle.
Visit the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park to see the only surviving building of the historic WWII atomic bomb.
Take in Japan’s most spectacular scenery at national parks such as the Chubu-Sangaku National Park. Walk the wooden pathways through the amazing Segano Bamboo Forest.
Stroll through one of the many gorgeous gardens scattered around the country or relax in one of the various hot springs dotted across the archipelago.
Head to the tropical islands of Okinawa for beautiful beaches, snorkeling, diving, whale-watching and swimming with manta rays.
Travel to Japan’s Alps in the winter for world-class skiing, snowboarding and ice climbing. In the summer, enjoy hiking, mountain biking, whitewater rafting, kayaking and canyoning.
Spend time at world-class family attractions like Tokyo Disneyland, Osaka Aquarium, Nagashima Spa Land and Legoland Park as well as the Ueno Zoo.
If visiting your Japan timeshare during winter, take the kids to Jigokudani Park to see the famous snow monkeys huddling in the hot springs.
With more than 80,000 bars and clubs, Japan’s nightlife is diverse, ranging from standing bars, Izakaya Japanese style pubs and karaoke booths to cocktail lounges, upscale nightclubs and live performance theaters. Major hotspots include Tokyo, Osaka, Fukuoka City and Susukino.
When to Visit
Cherry blossoms and fall foliage make spring and fall Japan’s peak travel seasons. If you prefer to visit during the off-season, November through March may present the ideal time, excluding the busy New Year’s festivals.