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If the excitement of Harajuku leave you craving some zen, head to Yoyogi Park which is located just next to Harajuku station. It's particularly beautiful during cherry blossom season (at the end of March and the beginning of April) and during the Autumn (September to early November).
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Okunoshima Island was once a chemical production site but today thousands of cheerful bunnies have taken it over in order to nibble on the loads of carrots that their human friends bring along. Also known as Usuga Jima (Rabbit Island) is a squishy-mushy haven for rabbit lovers that love being chased around and feeding the friendly bunnies. Cats and dogs are strictly prohibited at this place ensuring that the rabbits breed fast are the masters of their own destiny.Here's detailed information on how to get here.
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This island is home to the famous Hoshizuna no Hama beach or the Star Sand Beach.
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On my first day in Okinawa, as i sit down for lunch at Makishi Market, a gentleman in his 60's sits right across from me.. and nods and smiles in acknowledgement. As a tourist and first timer in Japan i fumble with my menu, and as i am adjusting my palette to the delicacy of my first Japanese meal in Japan, the stranger walks away with another nod and a endearing smile. Little did i know then, that he had paid for my meals as well, and he would not give me a chance to thank him. An unconditional gesture of kindness.
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After some of the previous day’s Sake induced expletives… head to the Ueno national park. This, my dear, is my reason for Japan… one of the most famous sites for Sakura aka cherry blossom viewing… get all melodramatic with the sweet smelling pink in your life around the Shinubazu pond!
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Nice weather!! Nice views!! I love blue sky! The beef were fucking yummy!! Thanks God!
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Trips Stories

So these were my explorations of Japan, I meant how I got Lost in Japan....

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Japan is well known for its prefectures and one of my favorites is Kenrokuen....

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Japan: A sincere opinion Should you go to Japan?...

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Home to an intriguing culture, some fantastic natural beauty, sublime food and the warmest people one could possibly meet, Japan is a place made out of dreams....

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We loved the nature, city life, shopping, thrill rides, history, and not forgetting, the FOOD....

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There is still so much untouched nature in Shikoku which is a pleasant contrast to the common picture of Japan....

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As like any natural event one can only try and predict the yearly blooming of a flower....

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There is something about Japan....

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When Brendan and I left on our five-day honeymoon to Japan after permanently departing our home in Sydney, I naturally harbored fears that we would end up unable to communicate or get anywhere....

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Japan is a gorgeous cluster of imposing high-rises and neon lights interspersed with beautiful natural sights and eccentric delights....

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Kindness Everyone is so kind in Japan!...

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Yes, they have such vast green tea fields in Shizuoka that they boast No1 tea production in Japan every year. ...

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And voila’ 10 days later I was in Japan....

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Excuse the chic and the chickening!...

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During sunset the nature provided some perfect settings for the temple background....

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Japan has surprised us in its own way....

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I spent 6 days in Hokkaido and I was completely blown-away by its natural beauty....

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Japan is big on themed dining!...

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Everyone follows rules with utmost sincerity and while you are here, you will easily and naturally fall into a routine....

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