The town of Takayama sits in the middle of the Japan Alps, reachable by train via Toyama to the north or Nagoya to the south. We decided to visit (“why not?”) after our stop in Kyoto, as we were slowly making our way east toward Tokyo for our air departure. We’d been warned ahead of…
After recently spending a week in Japan, here are ten things we learned as tourists in Japan, in no particular order. If you’re going to Japan in the near future, hopefully, these silly observations might help get you oriented quicker. Also, if you are going to Japan in the near future … then we are…
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