Saturday, 19th August 2017
The Sun - Emily Fairbairn
Emily Fairbairn travelled to Japan with InsideJapan Tours with a certain preconception that Japan was the epicentre of all things 'weird'. Granted, there were certainly a few unexpected encounters and 'Only in Japan' moments along the way. But what she wasn't quite prepared for was how, amidst the sensory overload, how serene and stress-free a holiday to Japan could be, from the reassuring reliability of the train network to the sheer natural beauty of the Japanese Alps and the overwhelming sense of calm that comes from soothing aching muscles in a hot spring bath.
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