Unfortunately, there are several countries that prohibit tourists from taking pictures of certain areas or areas. Of course, you must comply with this prohibition completely, because the penalties are not half-hearted, ranging from having to pay a fine to having to go to jail.
So, which countries have a ban on taking pictures?
When you visit Japan you are not allowed to take pictures of certain shrines or statues. An example is the Genko temple and Jissoin temple. This is because the place is a sacred place for Japanese people.
In addition, there has recently been a ban on taking pictures on private streets in the Kyoto area.
Tourists often disrespect Kyoto residents by trespassing on private property to take pictures, forcing geisha and maiko to take photos together.
If you violate this rule, tourists are required to pay a fine of 10,000 yen or around Rp. …