3 Months In Japan – Without A Plan
In a few days my wife and I will be returning to the land of the rising sun. To live there for 3 months in Japan. (This has been a long time coming!)
Ironically, although it will be the most amount of time I’ve spent in Japan in one trip, I basically have no travel plan.
Well, that’s not entirely accurate. We do have an itinerary taking us up until Christmas – which revolves around revisiting the southern island of Kyushu – which I’m really looking forward to.
But, that aside, nothing else it yet planned or booked. (I haven’t even ordered my Rail Pass yet.)
For a bit of a control freak like me – this is quite a bit deal.
But that’s because this trip is not a holiday. It’s the start of a new life.
“But that’s because this trip is not a holiday. It’s the start of a new life.“
One where we split my time between Japan and the UK. (I left my job in October, so I can dedicate all my time to The Real Japan.)
And because we’ll be there for so long, we can plan once we’re there.
I’ve a few ideas of new places I want to see, and there are some friends I’d like to meet up with.
If there’s anything in particular you’d like me to check out whilst I’m there drop me an email or leave a comment below and I’ll see what I can do. :-)
In the meantime, here’s a few posts that might help inspire your own adventures:
Cheap accommodation – try this:
How To Stay In A Decent Cheap Hotel In Tokyo
Visiting in spring for cherry blossoms – try this:
Spring: Cherry Blossom Party Time!
Enjoying different regional food – try this:
Eating Your Way Around Japan
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