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Present! I’ve shown up once again to talk to you about the great country of Japan, but this blog post is about new things I haven’t mentioned about it. Are you all tired of me yet? Well, I am. Hopefully, you don’t feel the same way that I do about myself. I blog so much I get on my own nerves, but hopefully you can look past that and focus on the information I’m about to give to you today.

If you want to travel to Japan, then I’m going to give you a few more places to consider going to. If this is the first blog post you have read of mine, just know that I have a few other posts about Japan you may want to read. If you are unable to travel anytime soon or right after Covid 19 goes away, then stay on this page anyway to get some knowledge. You never know, some of this information might be in some questions on Jeopardy, and you might get them correct if you continue to read what I’m saying in some of my blog posts.

Tokyo, Japan has it going on. Like I said in another blog post, Tokyo has the tallest tower in the world called the Tokyo SkyTree Tower, but it’s also in the history books for being home to the first digital art museum, the Mori Building Digital Art Museum: teamLab Borderless.

Do you know about the Golden Gate Bridge or the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge in New York? Well if you do, then Japan has a few like those too, and one is called the Tsunoshima Ōhashi Bridge, which is a fee free bridge road located in Yamaguchi, Japan, which runs a little bit over a mile. It’s so beautiful that it’s been featured in a commercial, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s been featured in several other commercials, because the beauty of it just has my mouth stuck on awe. If you go over this bridge in a vehicle, it gives you such a serene view that gourmet tea could never do to your body what it once did. I’m just playing. I’ve never physically been there, so I’m not 100 percent sure about that statement, but what I’m trying to say is that it has some of the most beautiful green sea waters that I’ve ever seen in my life. Make sure that you go to see this very fine piece of nature by actually going, unlike me, who travels via Instagram and YouTube.

Tsunoshima Ōhashi Bridge. The Instrumental in this video is jamming.

I know you all are probably wondering why I won’t touch on old Japan, and why I keep obsessing over modern and contemporary Japan. I love the aesthetics of old Japan too, but a lot of it, I notice, are temples where they worship a God or Gods who I don’t worship, so I believe that’s against my religion, but Japan does have amazing architecture old and new, in my opinion. I’m not a perfect Christian, but I try to do the best I can most times. I try. I think God knows my heart.

I’m about to go but I’ll post a couple of hotels you might like if you’re considering visiting after Covid 19 calms it’s butt down. I’ll give one hotel for each city I’ve talked about in this post.

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel
Premier Hotel Mojiko

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