IMPORTANT! [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Tourism in Japan

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Japan
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Japan
 If you want to travel to Japan, there are some tips that you should remember.

Traveling to Japan may imply learning a lot t about culture, so it is time to share some advice with you:

You should travel in April, October or November

This is not  100% mandatory, but you would have a better climate in April because of the mild temperatures you would get in the country. Cherry Blossoms are as well blooming and you would enjoy a great afternoon like in the classic Japanese kind of film with cherry blossom trees! Going in October and November is a good idea because of the warm climate and the autumn is going to be probably hard to forget. Impressive sightseeing can be expected, so make sure to take your camera!

Transportation 

While being in Japan, you will probably travel on bus and Shinkansen a lot, at least for tourism. You should look for the maps of every area you intend to visit and get your GPS ready. Among the best ideas is to travel to Japan knowing about the Shinkansen (bullet train) and the stations that you will frequent during your stay. This will be useful and remember that you don’t need to expect too much time while being there (because it is called bullet for nothing).

Language

You probably do not know Japanese expect for the classical anime words like “Ohayou” or “Tomodachi”. It would be very advisable to learn some Japanese before being there because even if it is for tourism, you will probably have a lot of problems if you talk to people only in English. Japanese people do not speak that much English most of the times. Then, this means that communication may be very hard and troublesome if you don’t learn the language!

Remember to enjoy this excellent place!

By [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores].

[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Tourism in japan
[Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Tourism in japan
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