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Whether you enjoy views of Mt. Fuji in Yamanashi, bask in the warm sea breezes in Shizuoka or the straddle the boundary between past and future in Kanagawa, these excursions from Tokyo are trips through time, space and the very bounds of reality.
Travel always seems to lock stretches of my life in parentheses, but I’m never sure whether I’m inside or outside them.
The Japanese have perfectly reconciled their past with their present—I need to learn how to do this.
Hakodate is not among the first tier of cities people tend to visit on their trips to Japan. Here’s why you should make it there anyway.
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.
With intelligent planning – and a little bit of restraint – you can travel in Japan without going broke.
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