A place that you’ve never wanted to visit.

  1. A place that you’ve never wanted to visit.
  • A place that I never wanted to visit. The place that I really wanted to visit is Japan because ever since when I’m a young I always dream to go in and I know someday I will go in Japan. Among blogger that I read it about Japan said it Japan is the world’s 4rd largest exporter, and this country have a highest number of educated and skilled and workforce and they have a lot work offer from Japan so meaning they have a lot of opportunity to work here and the value of money is highest
  • The most top blogs in Japan is interesting topic by Jim Ferri he said “whether it’s the pop culture you encounter on the streets of Tokyo or the ancient one you experience in Kyoto, you quickly realize Japan is a country of astonishing disparities. So much, in fact, that you can find it both weird and wonderful at the same time”.  The neon-painted cities to its mountain-dappled countryside, it’s a beautiful place. This country is easy to travel because of the famous of bullet trains the population areas because of that in Japan is easily and faster accessible from anywhere in it. Surprisingly, Japan have a less expensive to visit than to many other destinations. A public transportation in Japan is often convenient and faster, cost-effective and if you’re on a budget level. This country is fascinating to help you in your planning Japan trip.
  • The one that I want to visit is Tokyo, Capital City of Japan. Japan’s capital, with its mixture of traditional and modern urban life, is the most popular tourist destination in the country. Sensoji Temple is one of its iconic historical sites, and the Imperial Palace provides a traditional and royal air. Furthermore, the city’s Ginza, the equivalent of New York’s Madison Avenue, is world famous, as is the Harajuku Japanese-teen street fashion that influences international fashion industry. While you’ll find of authentic Japanese dining in Tokyo, you’ll also find top-quality international restaurants as well. Tokyoites have a discriminating palate for top quality international cuisines including Italian, Chinese, French, etc. Moreover, you’ll find Sushi restaurants plentiful in the outer market of the famous Tsukiji Fish market.
  • The most places in Japan that I want to visit is Tokyo Disney. Tokyo Disney Sea base on may research is a unique park featuring rides you won’t find anywhere else and Tokyo Disneyland is more of a classic Disney park and is similar to Magic Kingdom in Orlando or Disneyland California. It features a fairytale castle, popular characters like Mickey Mouse, and much-loved rides like Space Mountain. There are a few unique rides too. Disney Sea is our personal favorite as it’s unique, a little quieter, and more adult-orientated, but Tokyo Disneyland is still a fantastic day out. Ideally you’d spent a day at each park. I don’t recommend trying to visit both parks in one day.
  • All of these is all base on my research because off-course I never visited this country and but I really want to go here to shared my experience but now I haven’t been there yet.

https://www.neverstoptraveling.com/the-top-10-places-in-japan

  • A place that you are naturally curious about.
  • Japan I think everyone we should to visit. A place that I naturally curious about in Japan is the foods or how to have a delicious foods even I know I can’t try it before but I know this is very delicious especially on how to prepared it and they have a lot design and cute design and colourful and the food is incredible, the people in Japan is very polite. In Osaka is the place of foodie city and this is a second largest city and a major business travel destination. Osakan culture is heavily focused on food and drinks. In fact, Osaka as the capital of an a affordable dining! Even the outside of the urban centre spot and of tranquillity. And next that I naturally curious about in Japan is why he a lot of there is very intelligent it become in advancement technology and Japan is the number one have a faster train in the world and I said it previously this country is easy to travel because of the famous of bullet trains the population areas because of that in Japan is easily and faster accessible from anywhere in it. Surprisingly, Japan have a less expensive to visit than to many other destinations. A public transportation in Japan is often convenient and faster, cost-effective and if you’re on a budget level.
  • And the 4 season in Japan I really curious about it base on may research Japan is surrounded by ocean, the subtropical westerly affected by the ocean current in the wintertime and the southeast winds and the monsoons blowing in summertime play a role in creating Japan’s distinct four seasons. Distinct seasons can be seen in the mid-latitude regions where air masses largely shift. Japanese people are deeply attached to cherry blossoms. In Japan, there is the custom to forecast the day cherry blossoms start blooming. The areas and spots of the same bloom date is connected with a line on a map and is called the “cherry blossom front” from its resemblance of the fronts on a weather map.

https://livejapan.com/en/in-tokyo/in-pref-tokyo/in-tokyo_train_station/article-a0000256/

  • Write something about the place, people or experiences and give two different angles in your story.
  • For the experience of blogger Erin she said Japan is somewhere I think everyone should visit. From futuristic skyscrapers to tranquil bamboo forests and neon arcades to serene temples, it’s like nowhere else on the planet. The food is incredible, the people are ultra polite, and it has one of the most efficient public transport systems in the world. We love the combination of ease of travel and glorious bewilderment. Japan has so much to offer but where should you start? These are our picks for the absolute best places to visit in Japan, perfect for your first or second trip to the country (plus suggestions for the repeat visits that are likely to happen. I’ve included our favourite things to do in each place, how long to spend there, and where we stayed. At the end of the post you’ll find a map of all these Japan destinations to start planning your route. I recommend mixing a few of the popular cities (most people won’t want to miss Tokyo and Kyoto) with some quieter, more rural places in Japan to see a different side of the country and take a break from the crowds.

For me I don’t have a experience to exploring the Japan but because of using internet and watching on YouTube Vlog, I feel that I’m here in Japan and one things I say in Japan is very beautiful and very interesting..

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