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  • Chapter #11: The Land of the Rising SunDear friends, here I am with the second part of my blog about Japan, a country that from the very first day has only fascinated me... and in which I have definitely fallen in love. I would like to talk about Posted by jack87jack in Spinning around | May 23, 2013
  • I Have Guests! After a trip to the Middle East, my sister and her husband decided to return to the US flying over Asia instead of Europe, so that they could stop by in Japan and say "Hi". [center][/center] Posted by DanPan in Dan Pan - The Travel Man! | May 21, 2013
  • Couchsurfing in JapanI have always had an interest in Japan. For an ethnically homogenous island nation which has remained isolated for much of its pre-World War history, Japan has managed to export its culture throughout the world. Japanese restaurants line our streets, Posted by bradenelsewhere in Braden is Elsewhere | May 13, 2013
  • Japan - Back to the capital, but Tokyo-only for a few daysOnce back in Tokyo, we ended up having a nightmare locating our hotel. This was due to hotel chain naming their hotels to include the area and there was 2 in this area, but the map I was following cut Posted by KtandMark in Kt and Mark do stuff in places and that | May 9, 2013
  • Chapter #10: Simplicity Vs. ExtravaganzaDear all, How are you? As you know, I am having the time of my life - and having seen and lived what I've already seen and lived, one starts to wonder if there could still be something that could surprise Posted by jack87jack in Spinning around | May 8, 2013
  • Crashing Into Life in Shiga, JapanBGM: "Energy Flow" by Ryuichi Sakamoto Even while traveling, life can literally set you into a tail-spin and bash you clean upside the head- all for your own good. Before that fateful day by the Inukami River in Taga Town, I Posted by GenkiLee in Shaken, But Not Stirred (in Japan) | May 8, 2013
  • The Bunnies and Bombs of Okunoshima Island (Hiroshima Pref.)BGM: "I'll Try" (Acoustic Version) by Proff (feat. Gliss) Japan is well-known the world over for being a land of complete randomness. Like English words thrown together on a Japanese tee-shirt that collectively make no sense whatsoever, the brain i Posted by GenkiLee in Romancing the Ring of Fire | May 7, 2013
  • Japan - Hiroshima & Miyajima islandI did think about not using a bad pun for the Hiroshima blog but actually, a bit like in Phnom Penh with the killing fields, it's a shame that with Hiroshima, it generally gets talked about outside Japan with only Posted by KtandMark in Kt and Mark do stuff in places and that | May 6, 2013
  • Tokyo, Part 2, and our Impressions of Japan This is our last log entry for Japan. We left Hakone on a high speed train arriving into Tokyo on Sunday April 21. We spent our last three days in Japan in Tokyo, returning to Posted by janejoe in Japan | Apr 29, 2013
  • Journey The City of Technology - Day 2 & 3 It is Day 2 of my trip to Tokyo and I decided to travel outside of the city. My first destination is a little town of Kamakura. Kamakura is a coastal town south of Tokyo. It is full of temples, shrines, Posted by justinroska in My Dream Trip around the World | Apr 28, 2013
  • Japan - Uno's what we'll see at Naoshima art islandSo, this was going to be another 2 night stay with the main aim to be visiting the Naoshima art island. I read about this place a few years ago and desperately wanted to go ever since. I loved the Posted by KtandMark in Kt and Mark do stuff in places and that | Apr 28, 2013
  • Japan - Going loco down in Kyoto So, our whistle stop tour of Japan began with Kyoto. We only had a couple of nights so we were going to have to pack in as much as we could. It didn't get off to a great start. We Posted by KtandMark in Kt and Mark do stuff in places and that | Apr 26, 2013
  • Konichiwa from Japan[center][/center] Tokyo. I am currently looking out over the massive city of Tokyo watching the sunset near Mount Fuji from the 48th floor in the Midtown Tower. This city has been impre Posted by in Kirkwood Adrift | Apr 26, 2013
  • Journey The City of Technology - Day 1I arrived to my first destination which is Tokyo, Japan and got a taxi to take me to my hotel which is the Shinjuku Prince Hotel. I had just arrived to my hotel and check-in to my room. The next Posted by justinroska in My Dream Trip around the World | Apr 25, 2013
  • I'm 20[center]Getting old - it's an inevitable part of life. But, on March 23, 2013, I had an amazing time getting old alongside my Japanese friends and family.[/center] [center][/center] I think the Posted by DanPan in Dan Pan - The Travel Man! | Apr 24, 2013
  • If I could have my cake & eat it too, what cake would it be?Got to thinking if life were all about bolting together all the things you want and making it work, then what are the things I want…for right now, the cake is pretty simple. I am not much of an elaborate Posted by Goofy9 in May The Blog Be with You | Apr 2, 2013
  • Hakone, Japan and a Taste of JapanOn Friday morning 19 April, we reversed our itinerary on how we got from Osaka to Koyasan to go back to Osaka. Once arriving in Osaka, we took a bullet train to Odawara, after which we took a taxi Posted by janejoe in Japan | Apr 24, 2013
  • 沖繩自駕遊 Okinawa Driving Tour Part II 殘波岬 第二天自駕遊,由於要追回前一天下雨沒有走到的殘波岬燈塔,於是7:30便要起程了。由於上班時間加上全程只是時速40公里的公路,差不多45分鐘才到目的地。 殘波岬燈塔確實是一個不可不去的景點。燈塔雖不是宏偉壯觀,但在風和日麗的環景襯托下,倒是十分寫意。令我詩興大發: 燈塔之下看燈塔, Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog。 | Apr 20, 2013
  • Koyasan, JapanOn the morning of Thursday 18 April, we left Osaka by train and headed up towards Koyasan. The journey to Koyasan was comprised of three parts: 1.5 hour train ride, 15 minute cable-car ride and concluded with a Posted by janejoe in Japan | Apr 24, 2013
  • Osaka On Wednesday 17 April, we left Hiroshima by train to go to Osaka. Osaka is the second largest city in Japan, with Tokyo being the largest. After dropping our luggage at the hotel, we we Posted by janejoe in Japan | Apr 22, 2013
  • Hiroshima On Monday 15 April, we took a train from Matsue and headed toward Hiroshima, arriving around midday. We left our luggage at the hotel and went directly out to a couple of art museums, an Posted by janejoe in Japan | Apr 21, 2013
  • BeppuMy lats stop in Japan : Beppu. It's a small town in Kyushu full of Onsen (Hot spring). It looks like the city is smoking : I tried those hot waters in the public bath tw Posted by ChachaInAsia in Trip through Asia, from India to Japan! | Apr 20, 2013
  • Seeing Tokyo with the LocalsYesterday we were fortunate to meet up with Yumiko and Mokoto and they were our guides for the day. Ian worked with Yumiko for several years with the Assistants program, and he had met her husband Mokoto before. We Posted by 40thAnniversary in Lynne & Ian's 40th Anniversary | Apr 20, 2013
  • 沖繩自駕遊 Okinawa Driving Tour Part 1到沖繩,人人都會說自駕遊,因為MONORAIL只有十數個站,很多景點都沒有公交直接前往。 自駕遊軟件方面,日本人駕駛很守紀律,超完車會回左線、黃燈會收油、打燈過線會禮讓;而硬件,GPS極其仔細,旅遊區免費車位充足、IC(收費高速公路)沒有太多車、市鎮道路很多都是雙線雙程路,做的只是給油收油….極之簡單。 我們經TOYOTA直接租車,9時乘Monorail到おもろまち駅(Omoromachi Station)的DFS取車。有中文翻譯合約,溝通不成問題。 [img=http://p Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog。 | Apr 19, 2013
  • 琉球海炎祭@沖繩今敞畢業十周年旅行,一行七人來沖繩其中一個目的是到沖繩宜野灣市觀看一年一度的『琉球海炎祭』。舉行的地點為宜野灣海濱公園(宜野灣Tropical Beach)。 今年剛好是琉球海炎祭十週年,於這個畢業十周年旅行,參觀『琉球海炎祭』更舉意義。 票價是成人票2500日幣,特別靚位、交通接送就另外加錢。 先到おもろまち駅(Omoromachi Station) 乘 Posted by simony in 遊。行。Blog。 | Apr 13, 2013
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