Japan has had a tough time recently, to say the least.
Almost two years after the deadly earthquake and tsunami, followed by radiation crisis, Japan is back as a hot tourism destination.
If we have to name one thing that most girls (boys just as much but they often tend to deny it) are collectively afraid of, the answer would probably be premature aging. Japanese people came up with some intriguing beauty habits as we experienced in a restaurant in Tokyo. Read our story to discover Japan’s secret to eternal youth…
Every year is the same story… The “sakura fever” hits the Japanese population for the brief duration of the fragile cherry blossom’s life. During the sakura season, the traditionally reserved Japanese folks get literally “crazy”! So last year, we planned our trip to Japan right at the beginning of the cherry blossom season.
This post is dedicated to helping the survivors of the Friday 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan by channeling international donations to local efforts. It’s part of the Blog4Japan initiative that will help you identify worthy organizations to funnel your donations.