|Above, a view of Tokyo looking toward Shibuya from Mori Tower. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Articles on Japan travel come to me from various sources. They are generally from mainstream media sources.
This time, an article came to my attention from an unusual source: a high school newspaper's travel blog. It is from the South Pasadena High School.
It is interesting to see different perspectives on traveling to Japan and this one is no exception.
The article begins with:
The first associations people make with Japan are most likely about outrageous technology or large, futuristic cities. However, this is just one aspect of the country’s attraction. Another appeals to the nature-lover, with attributes such as majestic greenery for hikers or a vast coast for beach goers. Any of these destinations can be enjoyed in a single day trip.If you also find differing perspectives on traveling to Japan interesting, go here to read the full article.