So it's been one week since i've returned back from japan and i really got the japan blues. I was there for 17 days and really missed on a few things on the trip that i wish i had done but all in all 10/10 trip. So here's my insight for future travellers. .
To sum up the trip with one word would be "Amazing”. We went to Tokyo, Hakone, Nagoya, Osaka, Nara, Kobe and Kyoto. What really caught me by surprise was Japans mannerisms and shyness was the first things that really captivated me from start to finish. They would not speak loudly or speak on the phone on public transports and the cleanliness on the streets was immaculate. Their bathrooms with the built in bidets which sprayed water up your bum in almost toilet was so easy and if you’re the type of person who doesn’t wash their bums after pooping then you ain’t cleaning properly. Their monuments spoke history and their landmarks looked preserved, the people of their country seem to love their country and they follow all the little rules and laws. Their food was obviously unbelievable like their sushi and mochi, their 7/11's had full meals which was a so good and accessible. Even though it was 30 degrees almost everyday by 8am, it really was unbelievable at how their structurally configured everything around the cities like their buses, subways and bullet trains. My favourite city would have been Osaka! Would I recommend anyone who asks me if Japan is worth it? I would in a heartbeat. Would I return back there, well I plan to go back hopefully in 2020. God if could live there, I would in a instant.
Another ✔️off the bucket list. So many visits to Kyoto but never managed to make our way to Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. It was a rushed visit however, as we had Typhoon Jebi hot on our heels. So glad we made the effort🎋
Love this little bamboo water feature! Reminds me of the movie Aurther! Comment if you remember that movie!
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