Travel diary: Osaka, Kyoto & Tokyo, Japan こんにちは、日本

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Kon’nichiwa, Nihon!



Osaka was our first stop in Japan. We weren’t planning to stay too long here but I’m glad we got to visit a few of the popular spots. This being the day of travel from Seoul and the next day being our travel day to Kyoto, we didn’t necessarily take the most outstanding Glinco man pictures but as many of the areas we encounter, these are attractions that had been seen and popularized around media a lot.

Himeji Osaka Castle

Kuromon Ichiba Market


crowd surrounded by buildings during night time
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Nara Bowing Deer Park


Day 1: Fushimi Inari Area

Kimono Rental

Fushimi Inari Taisha

Senbon Torii (Thousands of Torii gates)

Araki Shrine

Day 2: Arashiyama Area

Bamboo Grove Road

Kameyama Park

Arashiyama Monkey Park

Togetsu-kyo Bridge


Day 1: Tokyo Disneyland

Day 2: Halloween

Day 3: Mount Takao

Modern City Tokyo

Traditional Natural Tokyo

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