Japan Recap

Japan is a beautiful country filled with generous, humble, loving people. I had the opportunity to travel here for 10 days as a part of a Global Citizenship Project through my university. I met so many local people, drank endless amounts of tea, ate more raw fish than I care to remember, and visited many beautiful temples. Over the next few weeks I am going to share my experiences to help anyone planning a trip to Japan. Some posts to look forward to include what to see in Kyoto & Tokyo, Miyjima Island, Hiroshima, Fuji, and much more. I also plan to feature many of the local Japanese people I met during my travels and will write about the unique traditions I learned about. Please enjoy this preview of images I took throughout my trip to get you in the mood for Japan!

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Erin founded the Wonderlost Travel blog in February of 2015 after her experience of studying abroad in Europe. Erin has had the opportunity to travel throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, and parts of South America and Asia. She enjoys writing about and photographing her travel experiences in order to inspire others to get out and follow their travel dreams. She has collaborated with tourism departments, restaurants, and other travel bloggers to share reviews and travel advice with readers in over 100 countries. Erin has a passion for traveling the world to experience other cultures and explore nature!

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