A Doorway to a Magical Place in Japan

Out of ideas where to go on your next trip to Japan? How about a visit to a fairytale-looking village or take your selfie next to a field of flowers? You can find all this and more in Hamamatsu City – a city that deserves to be given more notice with the amount of history and attractions. It’s just and hour and a half away from Tokyo, so it makes for a good day trip. You can read more about it on my article here:

https://travelista.club/a-whimsical-experience-in-hamamatsu-japan/

Make sure to view it on the travelista website to find out more information about this place πŸ™‚ Thanks for reading my first feature! I’ll be writing more articles on different locations soon so make sure to stay tuned!

Let’s find some beautiful place to get lost. – Unknown

 

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7 thoughts on “A Doorway to a Magical Place in Japan

  1. First, I’d like to tell you that I love your blog’s name. πŸ™‚ Very witty!

    I have never been to Japan. But I have read and heard many good things about this country. I hope to travel to Japan also with my family in the future and go to this village. πŸ™‚

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  2. May friends have been recommending me to go to Japan. I have so many plans to travel and truth be told I hadn’t really considered Japan all that much. There does seem to be an allure about it though and not just for the cherry blossoms. This is another place to visit if I ever do get the chance.

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  3. Nukumori no Mori is dreamy. I have always though Japan has so much to offer other than the theme park and Cherry Blossoms. Now, my list of places to visit in Japan is getting longer. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Wow, knowing that Hamamatsu City is just one hour and half of travel from Tokyo is seemed to be a great place to have a side trip. I love that this place offers a wide flower plantation view and rich in history. I will surely include this on my bucket list. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

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  5. Never been to Japan so this is something to try next time! Fairy tales always fascinate me especially the characters and the plot twists that they have. So if I stay in Tokyo, it would just be very accessible to go there. Now, time to save to be able to go here!

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