Japan: 22 Favorite Things

Japan: 22 Favorite Things

I wanted to collect my favorite memories from my Japan trip into one piece, so here are my favorite moments captured. There were also many special moments that went uncaptured, but that’s the beauty of life and living in the present. Sometimes a good moment flies by before you can catch it. But to have lived it is enough. 🙂 I’m happy to be able to share what I can. Hope you enjoy this one. Love you all!

✿ Japan Itinerary (Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Takayama, Hakone) full blog post: http://lavendaire.com/things-to-do-in-japan/

{ places shown }
▸ Tsujiki Fish Market, Tokyo
▸ Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto
▸ Game Taito Station, Tokyo
▸ Shinjuku, Tokyo
▸ Shibuya, Tokyo
▸ Takayama
▸ Heian Shrine, Kyoto
▸ Kinkaku-ji Golden Pavilion, Kyoto
▸ Kyoto Imperial Palace
▸ Chibo Okonomiyaki, Osaka
▸ Namba, Osaka
▸ Umeda Sky Building, Osaka
▸ Hakone

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David is a front end web developer in an IT Company, the founder and only Author(newbie writer) of Otaku Pinoy. His love for the country of the Rising Sun, Japan started when he was in high school. First he was just watching Anime and reading Manga then later on get interested about the culture and tradition of Japan. He also loves old and latest technologies and different gadgets.

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