When the moment to leave to such a far flung country as Japan gets nearer, one may feel disarmed. This is why the Evaneos Travel teams have drafted a travel guide for you. You will find all necessary information to prepare your trip: what the weather is like, the cost of life and...When the moment to leave to such a far flung country as Japan gets nearer, one may feel disarmed. This is why the Evaneos Travel teams have drafted a travel guide for you. You will find all necessary information to prepare your trip: what the weather is like, the cost of life and transportation. You will learn the different politeness rules to respect in a country with so many codes of conduct... Did you know that you must avoid at all costs to plant your chopsticks in your bowl of rice? This gesture is reserved for funeral rites only. Accommodation, transportation, basic vocabulary ... all the practical aspects necessary to planning your trip to Japan are included. You will also understand the difference between Buddhism and Shintoism, and what culinary specialties are not to be missed. All these information and many more in our Japan travel guide!Continue reading
From what capital to another... Kyoto, the ancient capital, perfectly illustrates the spirituality and tradition of the Japanese people. There, you will travel in time. When trekking through the preserved streets of the Gion neighborhood, you will discover medieval Japan. You will visit the Golden Pavillon, a house of the Fujiwara military clan transformed into one of the most beautiful zen temples. You will stroll on the charming "philosophy walk", where monks have been coming to walk for centuries. Your tour in Japan will then take you to Osaka, where you will discover a very different side of Japan. When strolling through the streets of the city, you will feel like you have been transported in the future. It is also the culinary capital of the country, and you will enjoy the city's many restaurants. In the same region, the Kamasai, you will go to Nara and will discover that deers are considered as messengers from god in the shinto religion...
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