Tokyo, Japan

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  1. Camelia
    Camelia
    30 Nov 2017
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    Going to Tokyo was the first big city in Asia that I experienced. It’s no New York, but it brought back a few memories when walking around Shibuya Crossings. There’s not a lot of adventure in Tokyo or maybe I didn’t find the right places, however the experience of exploring Tokyo was very nice. Tokyo Tower was our first stop. It reminded me of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. It was very beautiful and the view from the tower at night was amazing. We visited Senso-ji Temple which was also beautiful and a great way to learn about the culture. We stopped at Tokyo Skytree, which wasn’t far from the Temple and was able to get a day view of Tokyo and was able to get a view of Mt. Fuji. It was nice to walk around Tokyo, see the people, eat the food and take in the culture. It’s an experience that I will never forget.

  2. Katrice
    21 Nov 2017
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    I was in Japan for a month for work and it was less than what I expected. I only spent 2 days in Tokyo and it reminded me of Times Square. Tokyo was great but the rest of time in Japan was not. I was working outside of Nagasaki and there wasn’t a lot of attractions there. The only plus side was the food.

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