When I came up with describe of somewhere with a five senses, I was imagining that I’d
be writing a peace of happiness in japan.
I think one of my favorite pastimes when visiting japan is to a my small hometown. and
talking of Japan- despite living there for the majority of the year where I can visit any
designer shopor cafe imaginable, there is something special about being able to do it in my
One such town is located along the Saitama Prefecture and is called Hurutone river. built
many of the homes with mostly wood, and all it took was one fire to destroy half the town.
Hurutone river, and many of those homes still stand today was a reminder of it’s age and
beauty. Hurutone river still retains it’s charm, and still caters to those who find it a place to
relax at some park areas. Also, because of it’s historical background, many love to just take
in the look of a time past.
My favorite bits to visit were climbing. I was amid the glaciers, the grass house, the
rolling hills, the northern lights, the gorgeous skylines, the jaw-dropping waterfalls, the
beautiful people. My eye was turned greener from all the beauty. And the music, two of the
most amazing bands share their roots in japan. GreenN and Aqua Times would, without a
doubt, be my soundtrack. Have a sort of, romantic relationship with Japan.
All I can say, is that if I had the experience, it’s something that will live in my mind
and hearts forever. My hometown was unique in every way, and still is with it’s many
historical sites and values. I’m very passionate about visiting new place, I love that people
wear exactly what they want. I love the buzz. Perhaps it’s gloomy, but it is even this that
I’ve learnt to adore. Wandering aimlessly, finding new place, new street, new shops and
new people. I love it. Being there reminds me of being at some sort of festival, all...