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Article: 5 Experiences You Must Try As An Expat In Japan

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Article: 5 Experiences You Must Try As An Expat In Japan

Post Posted: Sat Apr 12, 2014 1:40 pm

Japan has always been an expat-friendly destination with its high standard of living, comprehensive social welfare systems and interesting cuisine. It is also a unique country that offers many exciting experiences and activities that you probably won’t find in any other country in the world. Here are 5 experiences you must try in Japan.

Take a hike

Japan’s Northern Alps are called the “Roof of Japan” and are a popular destination for hiking trips. You can begin a trek from the town of Kamikochi, which is the gateway to the Alps, and hike your way up many peaks that make up the Kita Alps...

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Re: Article: 5 Experiences You Must Try As An Expat In Japan

Post Posted: Tue May 20, 2014 7:19 pm

A good list! However I don't quite get it, why in all the guides they recommend you to see sumo training. I went to see the real thing, a huge match in Osaka. Tickets were pretty expensive, but is was very exiting. Truly a very cool "expat experience" a lot of us miss on. Recommended!

 

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