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A reason to travel to Japan

When you think of Japan, what comes to mind? There may be “Sony” and “Toyota” or “Samurai” and “Geisha”. You could think of the earlier ones as representing modern Japan and the later ones as representing the past. However, the real Japan is not that simple and contains both aspects together through its historical flow. It’s a bit difficult for people to understand that the two different characters exist in one country.

There are some clues to get a glimpse of the true face of Japan. As you know, Japanese cars are becoming more and more popular in the US. The reasons explain the typical quality of Japanese products. Practicality and Flavor. Reliability is what people can count on and quality is what owners can be satisfied with for a long time. How about Japanese food? Sushi is one of the favorite healthy foods these days. Thirty years ago, hardly anyone was willing to eat raw fish in the US, yet recently there are so many sushi restaurants in urban cities like Los Angeles. People eat sushi because it is not only an efficient dietary menu, but also a cultural experience. They recognize the color scheme of sushi plates. Red, green, black, yellow and white on the plate. It is a kind of artistic presentation with natural ingredients.

Any basic daily activities of people, food and handicrafts, gradually grow to become the level of culture after many years. Japan has been organized as a nation for about 1500 years and has developed the lifestyle according to the cultural value. Although Japan gained a lot of influence from the US after World War II, its original essence remained and still exists throughout the country. TOYOTA and SONY could not succeed as world famous companies without the soul and cultural background. When you really want to feel and realize what it is, it’s time for you to get on a plane to Japan. You will begin to connect to the depth of the culture and spirit of the mysterious country from day one.

For more Japanese information, please visit the author’s blog site, “TRAVEL TO JAPAN”, http://www.traveltojapanblog.blogspot.com.

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