Busan: Gamchon village

Busan: second biggest city of South Korea is hiding a small treasure. 30 minutes away from the city center by taking a small bus through the mountains you are not in Busan anymore but in a small and colorful village. Basically, this is a place where all the houses are colorful, there is a lot of […]

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Lights of Japan

Japan is one of the more lighted country I ever saw. Most of the time, big cities are lighted and it gives a special charm by night. In Japan, you are discovering another city by night. Everything is changing to become more colorful, more alive! Here, this is just some pictures from Japan … Hope you’ll […]

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Kyoto : my route of temples

During my Japanese trip, I visited lots of temples. I will not lie; first I was really impressed by everything I saw, meaning by all the temples I discovered. But after seeing dozens of temples I thought they all looked kind of the same. (Too many temples is killing temples). But some of them have […]

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Traditional Japanese clothes

Wherever you go in Japan, you’ll see Japanese people dressed in traditional costumes or also called Kimono. Most of the people wearing them, are girls near temples or important monuments. Indeed, such costumes often come in two forms: one for everyday occasions, the other for festival and formal wear. But you’ll also see people wearing them […]

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Cherry blossom festival in Gyeongju

As spring is coming, cherry blossoms are blooming! Youhouuuuu. These Japanese flowers were brought in South Korea when Japan invaded Korea and this is a good consequence of the occupation. Cherry blossom is an extraordinary phenomenon which gives lots of colors in the tree. Even if you can find cherry blossom tree everywhere in Korea […]

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Discovering Japanese food

Japanese food is well known to be one of the best in the world. It’s mainly famous for its sushis, makis, tuna, and everything related to fish in general. When I went to Japan I discovered a lot of food which is really different from what I’m used to. Most of the food’s pictures which […]

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