By Serena Ogawa
I've been to nearly all 47 Prefectures in Japan - 40 Prefectures to be exact and you would think the more places I visit the more I should feel how well I know Japan but actually it's the complete opposite.
The more I visit each location, the more I realized how much more there is left to see and be discovered. Not only is each prefecture different but each city and town has it's own unique culture, history and way of life.
But you know what? I'm a curious person and I love to learn when I travel so this just keeps things more interesting for me and encourages me to dig deeper into the different communities/towns when I travel and immerse myself into their lifestyle.
I hope my "Off the beaten path" adventures also encourage you to be a little more curious and get out there to explore and experience some unexpected adventures :)
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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