Japan is one of the countries that have the best of both worlds. It’s advanced in terms of technology, and yet, it has been able to retain its greatest heritage – its culture. Indeed, Japan has done an amazing feat as it can manage to stay as one of the world’s leading economic powers while still being able to hold on to the roots of its past. And, as such, it has become one of the most interesting places to visit – a rich blend of history and technology.
1.) Watch the cherry blossoms fall
There’s no symbol of Japan more famous than the beautiful Cherry Blossoms. Indeed, the cherry blossom, with beauty so intense but so fleeting, is something that you have got to see if you ever visit Japan. They bloom during the months of April and May, and by the end of these months, they fall to the ground like a dreamy curtain of pink and white. There’s no other sight quite like it.
2.) Release your inner child