By Sarah Chaney
The more I travel around Japan, the more I realize how much more there is to learn and to see.
Not only each Prefecture, but each town/city has its own unique culture, tradition and history.
So, I encourage you all to dig a little deeper on your next travels in Japan and Aizuwakamatsu in Fukushima is a great way to experience the raw culture of Japan.
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internationally ME | Angela ☺︎✌︎ Raised in New Zealand, now living in Tokyo, Japan!I created this channel because I want to show people more of the lesser known areas/local Japan and show the less major things that gets washed away on the internet - the main areas are great but sometimes you just want to explore and go off from the normal paths :)アンジェラです！東京在住の日中系ニュージーランド人です。日本の文化や観光動画を海外に向けて発信中！田舎・下町・穴場の所が特に好きです(*´꒳`*) 英日中どれでもOKなので、手軽にコメントしてね★Interact and communicate with me more here ↓https://www.patreon.com/internationallyME