East Asia’s Land of the Rising Sun is not just known for its rich history. This sovereign island country on the Pacific Ocean is also not just known for its vibrant culture.
Japan is best known for its awesome people, who do not only embody the nation’s rich history itself with places to go that go way back into the prehistoric era, but also embody the nation’s vibrant culture with things to do that go way forward into the near future.
Even more so, the awesome people of Japan are:
Traditional, Yet Modern
It’s not every day that we get to visit a country that is deemed traditional, yet also deemed modern at the same time. You see, Japan’s rich history allowed the nation to conserve what’s left of yesterday by making it the kind of place that most tourists include at the top of their bucket lists. You also see, Japan’s vibrant culture allowed the nation to change what’s left of yesterday by making it the kind of place that most businessmen include at the top of their partner lists. Simply put, traditional meets modern made Japan what it is now – a place worth exploring for tourists and a place worth exploring further by businessmen, thanks to the awesome people of Japan who conserved what’s left of yesterday and who changed what’s left of yesterday.
Unassuming, Yet Achieving
It’s also not every day that we get to visit a country that is deemed unassuming, yet also achieving at the same time. Be it when it comes to city attractions such as Tokyo’s Skytree and Osaka’s Dotonburi or country attractions such as Odaiba and Hiroshima, be it when it comes to city activities such as cosplaying during Otaku events and roboting during mecha events or country activities such as hiking during summer and skiing during winter – the awesome people of Japan becomes unassuming to achieving in a blink of an eye. They become world leaders in technology and business. They become role models in tourism and culture. And the best part? They remain this way, as they always have and as they always will.
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