Japan: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 2/5



Japan: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar gives you all the info you need to explore the land of the rising sun. Learn some basics about the country, …

49 thoughts on “Japan: The Ultimate Travel Guide by TourRadar 2/5

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    Miss U.K. says:

    I’m in Japan at the moment. This documentary is just right. I wish I could live here. A unique country with the kindest and most well mannered people! The whole planet should be like them, then life would much more peaceful…

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    Nikki M says:

    Came back from Japan 4 days ago. I miss it so much =( The food, the people, the culture – everything! You're literally changed once you visit this amazing country.

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    Ken Collard says:

    I really want to go to Japan but at the moment in time have got to
    pay off a bill but I watch only in Japan . Will go soon unfortunately have got to pay single supplement so will cost about £5000.

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    Cherry Moon says:

    All of the lands in Japan already contaminated with Nuclear(Radiation things) … please do not go there and do not eat something… it is very dangerous. Most of food products in Japan have been manufacuted with something from Fukushima. Japan goverment is hiding it. Tokyo Olympics 2020 must be canceled immediately! Share this post so everyone can see it!

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    John Klimek says:

    I really love this video, thank you. This looks so much better, than my country. I am from the Czech Republic, and I think that Japan has much more to offer. The biggest different would be the people – I think Japanese nation is one of the calmest one in the world.
    Next thing is the gardens full of sakuras – I love this flower. And continue to the ZEN style, which is something that my country misses.
    Overall I think that life in Japan is much more enjoyable, and one day I want to visit this country.
    Dōmo arigatō
    Puraha kara no go aisatsu
    Aitoheiwa
    🙂

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    Hirami says:

    Nice video, but you really should take the little effort of finding out how to properly pronounce japanese words when you insist on using them.
    Sounds plain awful.

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