With travel restrictions beginning to ease around the world, we are more excited than ever to start planning new trips and adventures again.
And, as we plan, we are also reminiscing on past travels and dream of future journeys travels to Japan to see the grandeur and grace that is so uniquely Japanese; Think of the moss phlox blooming over the grounds with Mt. Fuji in the background, the atmosphere of Shinjuku’s Golden Gai lined with old-fashioned bars, or the things in your daily life that remind you of Japan and what Japan means to you, perhaps the beckoning cat you see in a window in your town or the origami you created with family at home. Even if we have not been able to travel to Japan, you’ve probably had opportunities to see various things that convey what Japan means to you.
If you have previously been to Japan, share your most unforgettable memory. If you are still dreaming of your first trip, share a photo or video that conveys what Japan means to you to enter the contest.
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