Want to Go Back

I went to Tokyo/Kamakura/Yokohama with Pop Japan Travel last year. Wow! I can't wait to return and take my family unit with me. The sakura in Ueno Park were just amazing and the Buddha in Kamakura--wow, just wow!
superhappygeisha superhappygeisha
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3 Responses May 6, 2007

Hey, he he, ha ha, I wasn't trying to have a point but as I read what I wrote, it is quite clear that I did "get it"<br />
about the culture!<br />
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Visiting is always a good experience. I guess because it is all fairly peaceful, and everywhere you look there is at least one spot of beauty. I adored their artful fabrics, kimonos, shrines, dishes and very PRETTY presentation of food. <br />
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You mentioned the great Cherry blossoms. There is nothing like it here except in Washington D.C. <br />
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R

Lighten up. I said I want to go back--not to live there. Perhaps, someone considering an actual move to Japan might find your perspective useful. :)

IF YOU COULD STAY A FEW YEARS, YOU WOULD BEGIN TO FEEL THE HEART OF JAPAN. IT IS SERENE IN THE COMOFRT OF A ONE MIND CULTURE, AND ENERGETIC IN ITS ALL OUT COMPETITION TO SCRAMBLE TO THE HIGHEST POINT IN SOCIETY. <br />
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IT IS TRULY A SOCIETY OF THOSE WHO ARE THE TOP OF THEIR FIELD. ALL OTHERS DO NOT FIT WELL AND MUST GO LIVE ELSEWHERE.<br />
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AS A FOREIGNER, I LEARNED HOW VERY BARBARIC I AM IN COMPARRISON TO THEIR POLISH AND THEIR MANNERS.<br />
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R