monuments of ancient Kyoto bring you back 100s of years. If you were to ask any traveller, I’m sure Japan would be on their must see list, yet many have yet to make the journey to the land of the rising sun.
It’s sad, many travellers are still avoiding Japan due to unfounded fears. The tsunami of 2011 and the resulting radiation leak was scary, but it really should have no affect on your travel plans. There’s no glowing fish, and you won’t become a walking battery. It’s time to realize your dreams and see Japan for all its glory.
Speak to any traveller who’s visited Japan and you’ll hear the real story. The people of Japan are incredibly friendly and even when there’s a language barrier, they’re still happy to help you in any way. I could keep writing about how great the country is, but I think it’s best to let the pictures speak for themselves so scroll down for my Japan travel blog through pictures.