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One Thing You Love About Japan  

CharmingAsianCY 39M
197 posts
12/25/2018 1:36 pm

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One Thing You Love About Japan

What is one thing that you really love about Japan?
Presence of traditional culture (including historical places, crafts, music and art)
Efficiency and/or large variety of public transportation system
Wonderful/Delicious food/beverage
Great shopping
Local people
Variety of entertainment, sports and/or leisure activities
Tranquility in rural areas (including small islands, hills, mountains, forest, and villages)
Convenience in getting your necessities (like convenience stores and vending machines)
Other (please specify a reason)

clittywhisperer1 56M
1414 posts
12/25/2018 8:03 pm

upgarage ! performance car parts used and very cheap for jdm cars . The amount the japanese are able to do to customize their cars with little money and time but lots of creativity and friends helping friends is awesome .Pus I love rt hand drive cars . unique culture walking in the spirtual and modern physical world at the same time . only in japan .

CharmingAsianCY 39M
130 posts
12/25/2018 2:29 pm

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CharmingAsianCY 39M
130 posts
12/25/2018 1:47 pm

Even though I have never been to Japan before, based on my perception after watching video clips of Japan, I must say the huge presence of nature is the main reason I love Japan. While a small portions of land in Japan are packed with people and buildings, a large percentage of land is still covered with forests, especially in Tohoku region, the place I really want to go after Tokyo and Kyoto. The Japanese people there really do cherish the nature, which is part of the reason many Japanese people have surnames that are named after nature, such as Ogawa (little river), Nakayama (central mountain), and Hanamoto (the root/foundation of a flower).

If I have the opportunity, I want to go to the forest areas of Japan to really get a good taste of nature.

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