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Japan off the beaten path

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Japan off the beaten path

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Japan off the beaten path

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Written and photographed by Crista Priscilla

The best way to travel is to let your curiosity be your guide, and that’s exactly what I did when I moved to Japan. With its amazing transportation system that can take you across and around the country in no time, covering Japan’s famous places isn’t a difficult task. I spent my first year doing it and the next one left me wondering, “Is there something more?” The truth is, there’s still a lot out there still hidden and waiting to be found. The more places I go, the more overwhelming beauty I encounter that makes it difficult for me to sum up Japan in just one word. It’s such a rich, diverse, mysterious country full of paradox and facets, and I don’t know how many more years will be enough for me to see them all. These places are the ones you won’t find in a usual travel guide — the beauty that awaits is unusual, and in order to reveal it you only need to do one thing: to be willing to go down the road less traveled. So the question is, will you?

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Travel guide N.63

The brief: There are countless amazing places throughout Japan, the list might be endless. This one is about those that are not in any usual travel guides.

Format: Digital travel guide. You’ll receive a link to download the PDF file, optimized for mobile.

Content: 15 places, 44 pages