Our ticket to Kyoto 😎📷🚆⛩🇯🇵 Kyoto used to be the Imperial Capital of Japan. It is one of the amazing towns that were spared from bombing during the second world war and where you can still admire genuine old temples and typical houses! Just loved this trip!
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Hanamiyama park namanya
Waktu kepulangan ke indonesia tinggal seminggu lagi saat itu
Gw udah pesimis kalo bakalan dapetin moment bunga sakura
Karena sakura akan muncul diminggu kedua bulan maret di tempat gw, sedangkan kepulangan gw di minggu awal maret
Sempet ngeliat beberapa daerah sudah muncul sakura saat itu, seperti tokyo dan osaka
Temen gw pun ada sempet yg ke tokyo demi dapetin moment sakura itu, cuman gw gak sempet dan udah gak memungkinkan untuk pergi holiday
Akhirnya, dapet kabar untuk yg mau pulang k indonesia bakalan diajakin ke taman sakura di daerah fukushima oleh manajer perusahaan
Wah gila, seneng banget girang saat itu, langsung ngelist d grup buat ikut kesana
Alhamdulillah akhirnya dapet moment iconik jepang ini walaupun pas gw kesana bunga sakuranya belum begitu mekar.
Why not enjoy a part of Japan that you don't even know about yet?
We who live in Japan and love it, want the rest of the world to know more about it. We want you to enjoy the beauty of Japan!
Under this idea, SharingJapan is the manager of a travel matching wedsite.
So please allow us to help you in your travel endeavours.
Until our open we will be first introducing you to Aichi, Mie, Gifu, and Shizuoka prefectures, all accessible from the Chubu Centrair International Airport.
Please follow us and experience the charm of beautiful Japan together with us.
The inside of the castle, at Matsumoto is an interesting place; it even has an impressive display of the guns used during the ‘samurai era’. This picture shows one of the levels of the castle that was used as a gunnery platform - over 140 guns could be fired out of the castle; making it a pretty formidable fortification!
I’m back!! Did you miss me? I missed chatting with you! I’m feeling all recharged, much more positive and feel like I’ve got a fresh new mindset.
I learnt a few things during my break in Japan. Firstly that I spend wayyyy too much time worrying about social media. And not only that but I spend far too much time sneaking in cheeky checks! I think finding a way to limit those checks is the way forward!
I also learnt that I spend too much time working and not enough time outside. At times, the boundaries between work and personal time get incredibly blurred and I don’t get any down time. My to do list is long, and is continually growing but working non stop and running myself into the ground isn’t going to help me tick things off any quicker.
Today is going to be crazy catch up day and then normal service shall resume, hopefully! What I have missed whilst I’ve been away falling in love with Mt Fuji? What have you been up to? Have you hit any milestones? What’s new? Tell me something positive! 💛