Japan is a very special place. I always talked about it with friends, and how cool it would be to travel there. So last year I graduated and it seemed like the perfect time to finally get a chance to experience it first hand.
I don't know what it is that draws me close to Japanese culture. I always had a liking for its culture, food, design and even its quirks. Their way of living there just always seemed like a perfect balance of forward thinking and old tradition. It amazes me thinking about the technological advances Japan achieves but yet still holds on strongly to its old traditions.
I only had the opportunity to explore Tokyo and just that was enough for me to realize what an amazing place it is to visit.
This is the first post in a two post series. Environment and people.
The focus on this one is 'Environment' .
Of course when you are in such unique environments... You have to do some group selfies.
Next week in PT2. People.