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Three days in Kyoto is not enough time to absorb all the history and heritage the city has to offer, but it is enough to start a love affair that will keep you coming back year after year.
Cameras break, people lose their tempers and we can’t all be soulmates.
I felt as I’d lived through all of “Eat, Pray, Love” within Osaka’s city limits and the span of two sunsets.
The bad news? Foreigners cannot buy SIM cards in Japan. The good news? There’s a workaround.
With intelligent planning – and a little bit of restraint – you can travel in Japan without going broke.
Nikko is just a short trip away from Tokyo, geographically, but it feels like going back in time several centuries.
My past three weeks in Japan have been extraordinary, no doubt, but they’ve also been extraordinarily exhausting. So naturally, I had to cap them off in a place known for extraordinary relaxation!
Seeing Japan’s snow monkeys reminded me of the time another traveler (the one who first informed me of their existence, no less) made a monkey out of me.
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