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geekbackpacker
start from Narita airport go to imperial palace. then , i will visit sony building and where else?
badai
what does this have to do with technology?
geekbackpacker
Sony building is almost sony product. the technology is there
zimmer
geekbackpacker wrote:
start from Narita airport go to imperial palace. then , i will visit sony building and where else?


I think you should watch SUMO wrestling to make it more Japanese authentic tour and experience the culture of japan.

Below are the best recommendation for Japan:

1. Hiroshima Peace Memorial - The Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a haunting tribute to the lives lost when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Set in a park, the memorial features Genbaku Dome, the only building left standing in the vicinity after the bomb dropped. This harsh reminder of a world at war reminds visitors of the importance of human life and honors the victims so they will never be forgotten

2. Jigokudani Monkey Park - Jigokudani Monkey Park is a famous hot spring area near Nagano,. The name Jigokudani (meaning “Hell’s Valley”), is due to steam and boiling water that bubbles out the frozen ground, surrounded by steep cliffs and formidably cold forests. It is famous for its large population of wild Snow Monkeys that go to the valley during the winter when snow covers the park. The monkeys descend from the steep cliffs and forest to sit in the warm hot springs, and return to the security of the forests in the evenings.

3. Kiyomizu-dera - The Kiyomizu-dera Buddhist temple is located in Eastern Kyoto and can be traced back as far as the year 798. An indoor waterfall fed from the outside river keeps the temple in harmony with nature and not one nail was used in construction. While locals used to jump off the edge to have a wish granted (with a survival rate of 85.4%), modern visitors can enjoy the shrines and talismans and artwork on display without risking life and limb.

4. Himeji Castle- The Himeji Castle is considered the best existing example of Japanese castle architecture. It was fortified to defend against enemies during the feudal period, but it has been rebuilt many times throughout the centuries and reflects the different design periods. It survived the bombings of World War II and is frequently seen in domestic and foreign films, including the James Bond movie “You Only Live Twice”. The white exterior and design give the castle the appearance of a bird taking flight, earning the the castle the nickname ‘white egret castle’.

Ofcourse eat Authentic SUSHI.
CHAOS-THEORY
Ride on da Mitsubishi Evo 9 mr bytchezz, that all japan reminds me of; well also the Suzuki Alto's engine cool
geekbackpacker
zimmer wrote:
geekbackpacker wrote:
start from Narita airport go to imperial palace. then , i will visit sony building and where else?


I think you should watch SUMO wrestling to make it more Japanese authentic tour and experience the culture of japan.

Below are the best recommendation for Japan:

1. Hiroshima Peace Memorial - The Hiroshima Peace Memorial is a haunting tribute to the lives lost when the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Set in a park, the memorial features Genbaku Dome, the only building left standing in the vicinity after the bomb dropped. This harsh reminder of a world at war reminds visitors of the importance of human life and honors the victims so they will never be forgotten

2. Jigokudani Monkey Park - Jigokudani Monkey Park is a famous hot spring area near Nagano,. The name Jigokudani (meaning “Hell’s Valley”), is due to steam and boiling water that bubbles out the frozen ground, surrounded by steep cliffs and formidably cold forests. It is famous for its large population of wild Snow Monkeys that go to the valley during the winter when snow covers the park. The monkeys descend from the steep cliffs and forest to sit in the warm hot springs, and return to the security of the forests in the evenings.

3. Kiyomizu-dera - The Kiyomizu-dera Buddhist temple is located in Eastern Kyoto and can be traced back as far as the year 798. An indoor waterfall fed from the outside river keeps the temple in harmony with nature and not one nail was used in construction. While locals used to jump off the edge to have a wish granted (with a survival rate of 85.4%), modern visitors can enjoy the shrines and talismans and artwork on display without risking life and limb.

4. Himeji Castle- The Himeji Castle is considered the best existing example of Japanese castle architecture. It was fortified to defend against enemies during the feudal period, but it has been rebuilt many times throughout the centuries and reflects the different design periods. It survived the bombings of World War II and is frequently seen in domestic and foreign films, including the James Bond movie “You Only Live Twice”. The white exterior and design give the castle the appearance of a bird taking flight, earning the the castle the nickname ‘white egret castle’.

Ofcourse eat Authentic SUSHI.


Thanks for Himeji Castle and sumo
geekbackpacker
CHAOS-THEORY wrote:
Ride on da Mitsubishi Evo 9 mr bytchezz, that all japan reminds me of; well also the Suzuki Alto's engine cool



will u lend me?
tonberry
geekbackpacker wrote:
will u lend me?


If you know a country when someone would lend Evo 9 to a complete stranger let me know, I'll pack my bags.
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