Japan’s Top 9 Places to Visit

The world offers a lot of amazing places people could visit. Whether you’re a natural born adventurous person or just a normal human that wants an amazing experience, you still choose what’s best. But why do tourist choose Japan over those different countries in the crust of the earth? Let’s find out the mystery behind the land of Japan as we drive you to those wonderful places.

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Tokyo Magnitude 8.0

Earthquakes. This might be the first word that would come out to your mind once you hear or read the title of this anime, but this anime is more than that. Tokyo Magnitude 8.0 narrates the frustrations of a middle school girl named, Mirai, who had wished something that caused catastrophe. Cliché as it may sound, but the first two chapters of this anime series teach the viewers to be careful what you wish for. No, this anime series is NOT A FANTASY.  The scene that involves wishing is just pure coincidence.

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Japanese Amazing Facts Part II

Japan is known as the second largest economy for more than 40 years from 1968 to 2010(Global Sherpa). Tokyo, Japan’s capital city is the world’s largest metropolitan area. Its culture and traditions are maintained from its ancestors. As we can see, their formula is well-maintained from its infrastructures to its traditional cuisine, despite of being in modern times. Here is the part II of our amazing Japan facts that we will share to our readers:

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Japanese Amazing Facts

Japan, The Land of the Rising sun, ranked 8th in the Top 10 Most Visited Countries in Asia and Pacific(WorldAtlas, 2017). Who wouldn’t be drawn to this country? It has amazing places worthy to visit and stunning natural view that can surely calm you. The country is known for their majestic Mt. Fuji, the beautiful cherry blossoms, sushi and sashimi, and their manga and anime. But talking about their culture, one might immediately think about samurai warriors, geisha, the kimono, and their cultural festivals.

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