“For many people it is hard choice to pick the most beautiful and exciting country of dream. For my own part, as far back as I can remember, it was always Japan, a mysterious country with centuries-old history, culture and traditions, the land of samurais and geishas, motherland of Murasaki Shikibu, Matuo Basho, Haruki Murakami (Kanzaki M. History of Japan’s Literature). My first acquaintance with this country started with vivid, fantastic, queerly illustrated cartoon – anime. Later I studied about Japan as much as possible. I can say without missing a beat that in case I had even a miniscule chance to get there I would use such a possibility without thinking twice.
My dream is to go Tokyo, Eastern capital of Japan, in the end of March or early April and get on Sakura Festival during cherry blossom. Primarily, I would climb on the top of the main symbol of Japan – Fujiyama, visit beautiful Japanese style landscape gardens, Imperial Palace and parks. In the sphere of my interests also comes ancient castles, temples and shrines and, of course, the performances in the Theatre Nou and Kabuki (Tokyo. What to see). Therefore, to embody at least a particle of preserved primeval nature and historical heritage.
The obvious part of travel that considered “carte-de-visite” of any country is to have a taste of the cuisine. For the recent years, the popularity of Japanese food, which mostly consist of fish, chicken, fruits and vegetables, has grown up. Before everything else, I prefer to try Makizushi, Fugu, Tempora and Sashimi, then Japanese Curry rise, Udon, Ramen, and Gyodza (Spacey J. 106 Kinds of Japanese Food). Besides, I wish to get on the far-back aesthetic ritual and the unique feature of Japan – Tea ceremony (The Japanese Tea Ceremony).
The next step should be sinking in the world of entertainment and shopping. Japan is famous for its technical innovations such as robots, newest gadgets, high-speed cars, bullets trains JR etc. As regards social life, it is worth to visit karaoke-bars, Sumida Aquarium, located in Tokyo Skytree Town, Tokyo Disney Sea and Disney Land, and Ginza Shopping District (Tokyo. What to see), where I would buy souvenirs that would remind me about such a wonderful dreamy trip.
To sum up, I would like with the words of Harriet Tubman “Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world” (45 Quotes on Dreams). Dream and your dreams come true!
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