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It's the Little Things! Just 8 Things That We Love About Japan | LIVE JAPAN travel guide
When we think about Japan, all kinds of things pop into our head. From brands such as Toyota and Honda to other futuristic technology such as the Shinkansen bullet train, the colorful world of manga and anime , and dishes loved all around the world, with ramen and sushi being at the forefront. Indeed, Japan is known for a real kaleidoscope of things both amazing and weird, befitting its status as a global trendsetter. Of course, hand in hand with modern technology and pop culture always goes the historic and traditional. The image of the enigmatically beautiful geisha and the deadly ninja and samurai are just as prevalent as pop culture. Even the design of Japanese products is all about the customer. The staff at a bookstore will gladly wrap your purchase in a paper cover, to ensure that your new book stays nice and clean, even if you read it on the go.
It's the Little Things! Just 8 Things That We Love About Japan
Because life's too short not to get lost in Tohoku. I love your bucket list idea!!! It seems like having everything on a list would make trip-planning easier and would be a great reminder of everything you want to do!
Japanese food has all but become a global phenomenon and is often regarded as fine cuisine. At the forefront of Japanese cuisine is sushi , of course. Since the first conveyor belt restaurant opened in Osaka in , they have spread rapidly all across the country. Of course, visiting such a restaurant is on top of the must-do list of quite a lot of people coming to Japan. Salmon is the undisputed king of sushi toppings in terms of popularity among Non-Japanese gourmets, but even Japanese people like the flavorful fish.