|Above, the old Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo will be closing soon. It will be replaced |
by a modern facility that is now under construction. Photo by Armand Vaquer.
Longtime traditions in Japan are slowly dying off.
So, if you want to visit Japan while you still can see (and experience) Japanese culture of olden days, now is the time to do so.
Japan Today has an article with a list of five things to see in Japan before they disappear completely.
The article starts with:
TOKYO —Call us nostalgic, but we hate to see traditional Japanese culture slip away. From ancient pilgrimage paths to geisha and kamishibai, we love Japan’s oldest traditions as much as the anime favorites and cosplay trends of today. We just adore Japan and hate to see any of it disappear.
Today we introduce you to five icons of Japan that you need to see now before these few vestiges are completely lost.To see more, go here.