Watch this short compilation of clips from my travels to Japan!
Music by Joakim Karud
If I were to rank all the countries I’ve been to, Japan easily tops the list.
I’m all about the mood and feel, and there’s a relaxing type of craziness in Japan that I’m obsessed with. They’re very chill but also very chaotic, if that makes sense.
Japan is my #Aesthetic
It’s hard to comprehend how pleasing everything looks. Like the best example is when even though store signs are all over the place, they don’t look cluttered. And even with people, like Tokyo is very populated but it doesn’t seem so crowded. It’s a theme I see a lot in places in Japan, and it fascinates me all the time.
Another thing about Japan that I was super stoked about was their roller coasters. I’ve been crazy about roller coasters and theme parks since grade school so I’m very familiar with what they had there. Fuji-Q Highland was important for me to visit because it’s a mecca of record-breaking rides. Plus I get to see Mt. Fuji so that’s a two-birds-in-one-stone kind of place. Click here to read my post about Fuji-Q Highland!
Japanese food is a hit or miss for me. I’m not a fan of some and I’m crazy about others. But I’m super obsessed with Nissin Cup Noodles. I basically grew up eating it. I’ve had it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even midnight snack. So it’s amazing that I got to visit Cup Noodles Museum on my second trip to Japan. I even got to design my own cup, which was the best part of the museum. My second favorite was the room that shows the history of instant ramen. You see how their design evolved and all the other types of instant ramen all over the world. They even have Pancit Canton showcased! It’s a must if you’re like me who loves unhealthy cup noodles!!
Love love love Japan so much!!!!! I don’t know how to end this post lmaoo…. Sayonara, Arigatou!