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| Top 5 Reasons Why I Want To Visit Japan |

There are a lot of countries I want to visit. A million unknown cultures waiting for me to discover. To me traveling is one of the best ways to learn. Just like learning with visual aids. Only this time, you also get to experience and live the visuals.

Although I adore the idea of moving from place to place and experiencing the uniqueness of different cultures, I do not have the luxury to up and go as I would love to.

However, if Aladdin handed me his genie right now, my first wish would be to visit four of my dream countries. – Japan, Trinidad and Tobago, Argentina and Monaco. 😍


Today, I’ll focus on β€˜why Japan’

1.Architecture – it’s no a secret that Japan is one of the world’s leading countries with both old and modern architecture.

2.Festival – I heard of one of the many Japanese festivals and the Japanese cherry blossom festival (Sakura) in Osaka stood out for me. So as a cherry lover, I feel a great big responsibility to partake in at least one of those.πŸ™ˆ

3. Food/Drink – If you love Asian cuisine, and haven’t tried any food from Japan, then are you really loyal to the food life?πŸ˜‚ Trying a good sushi, takoyaki and drinking the yebisu beer is an absolute priority on my list.

4.Fashion – Japan has a rich history of unique cultural fashion and a top contender in high street fashion.

5.Culture – The Japanese culture is without doubt very remarkably unique. From sports to greetings to dancing. I want to see and experience it all.πŸ™πŸΎ

Although I dislike traveling because I’m too lazy to pack and unpack my bags, I’ll gladly make this sacrifice for the sake of Japan. πŸ˜€πŸŒš

Incase you are reading this and you have been to Japan before, please comment more pros to visit Japan.😊


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4 thoughts on “| Top 5 Reasons Why I Want To Visit Japan | Leave a comment

  1. My Japan visits have been limited to Tokyo, but there is much of that inspiring nation that I want to see- Kyoto, Sado, Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the Dragonfly Emproium of Shikoku and the Ainu lands of Hokkaido, for starters.

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