Travel. Food. Asia.
June 25, 2012 § 1 Comment
FUKUOKA/HAKATA 福岡市 / 博多
TAKAMATSU, SHIKOKU 高松市, 四国
Tagged: Food, Fukuoka, Hakata, Japan, Kobe, Shikoku, Shinkansen, Takamatsu
I love it! Japan was the most amazingly weird place I have ever been. Totally worth the 21 hour solo flight around the world and $4,000 credit card debt that took almost a year to pay off (I underestimated the value of the yen vs. the U.S. dollar- oops). I just wrote an entry of some of my favorite things about Japan last summer. Here is the link if you want to check it out:
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