diariesof Japan

Land of traditions

Travel Inspiration

In this issue, we have put together the best experiences we had in Japan. You will find out how to uncover the unique world of geishas, sumos, and samurai. Join us in a traditional tea ceremony to discover the rituals behind the preparation of matcha tea. We also invite you to come with us to the Japanese Alps, where many villages have kept their typical architecture. This issue is also a trip to the luscious gastronomic world of Japan: sushi, kobe, soba or tempura, you chose! At the end of the day, we will take you to the Japanese hot springs, so that you too can indulge in the pleasures of Japanese onsen. We guarantee, this issue reveals a country that you did not know!

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Product Specs

Size: 210 x 297 x 12 mm / 8,2 x 11,6 x 0,5 inches
ISSN: 2354-5380
Pages: 164
Weight: 814 gr
Paper: Cover 300 gr / Interior 150 gr
Language: English

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Articles

164

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154

Photos

2000

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Feel the urban frenzy

The Thrill of the Road

You will feel the contrasts of Japan also while driving on the Japanese roads. Hectic Tokyo streets feel, surprisingly, easy and quiet to drive through. Most people prefer to take the complex metro system than driving a car in the capital. Once you get out of the cities, the mountains offer absolutely beautiful tortuous roads, very often along massive forests – of which you should not miss the giant cedar forests.

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Beautiful Encounters

In Japan, you will probably not stumble across a geisha, unless if you are very lucky or persistent! But what an emotion when that happens! Also, you have more chances of meeting a sumo wrestler (a rikishi) or a samurai if you attend a sumo tournament or a public performance… Don’t miss the opportunity to engage in joyful conversations with the Japanese while having a saké in a izakaya

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The Buddhist and Shinto Inheritance

Shinto is Japan’s indigenous and polytheistic religion, which worships nature. Buddhism, was imported from China and is a religion in which Buddha, its founder, teaches how everyone can reach enlightenment. The Japanese have a very unique and interesting attitude towards religion. In Japan, religions co-exist peacefully and people visit all temples and shrines regardless of their own beliefs.

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Unforgettable Moments in Japan


After almost two months of travelling in Japan, the collection of memorable experiences just got bigger and bigger! Watch the short collection of videos to find out which unforgettable moments a journey through Japan can offer.

What They Say

I really liked it. Keep on doing what you do – really inspiring!

– Erich

Well written and informative, great photography.

– Conny

Lots of great photos inside and great to see a culture represented in depth.

– Dan from Dansmags

Get Inspired by Japan

Japan is not only about tradition. Stroll through the streets of Tokyo for a feel of the excentric kawaii culture, a visit to the Team Borderless will take you into a marvelous new world through a collection of digital works. Read this experiential diariesof issue about Japan and be inspired to venture out on your own journey through fascinating Japan. Get your copy now!

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