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Thursday, May 21, 2015

21 Things People Miss After Leaving Japan

Above, one of the items listed is the food. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

RocketNews 24 has posted an article on 21 things that people miss after leaving Japan. While this article is geared more about people who have lived there for an extended period, there's things in the list that even short-term visitors can also relate to.

It begins with:
As a reader of RocketNews24, chances are you already have a pretty big soft spot for Japan. You may even already be living in the Land of the Rising Sun or have plans to fly out just as soon as circumstances allow. 
But sometimes, even when we love a place with every fibre of our being, we just can’t stay forever. Family anxiously awaiting our return; work commitments; financial constraints and more mean that, at some point or other, many of us have to wave goodbye to Japan and return to our respective homelands. 
Some of the things people miss about Japan will be immediately obvious, but others tend to sink in only a few weeks or months after returning home. Today, we’re taking a look at 21 of the little things, in no particular order, that Japan does so uniquely or so incredibly well that foreigners really start to pine for them once they finally say sayonara and head home.
To see what the other 20 items are, go here

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