3 spots to inspire you visit Japan

It's been a year since the coronavirus first appeared. Who could say that the future was going to be like now? Of course I didn't go abroad last year. But I was looking at the photos of the world online not to lose passion for going abroad.
Today I'll show you three spots in Japan that make you feel like visiting after the coronavirus.

1. Tsunoshima ohashi bridge in Shimonoseki city in Yamaguchi prefecture.

It's located in the northwestern tip of Yamaguchi prefecture, so it's easier to get there from Fukuoka prefecture rather than from the main island of Japan.
It's so much cool to drive on the bridge feeling the breeze with the car window open.
The bridge is to the small island called Tsunoshima, the name of the bridge. There are lighthouse with a English style garden and a park. You have to try seaweed flavored ice cream that is famous in the island.

2. Amanohashidate in Miyazu city in Kyoto prefecture.

This long, thin island is called Amanohashidate, which is one of the three best scenic places in Japan.
(The others are Matsushima in Miyagi prefecture and Miyajima known as Itsukushima in Hiroshima prefecture.)
You can not only see it from the observation deck but also go through the island to the other side. It looks like a bridge to heaven, don't you think? The kanji for Amanohashidate means "a bridge to heaven". It's just like that.

3. Akan-Mashu national park in Hokkaido

This is a place you can feel how big nature is in Hokkaido. The most surprising thing is its size of the park. There are some spots you must see, and also, even a small town! The picture is lake Mashu, one of them. This such a beautiful blue of the lake is named Mashu blue. Also this lake is called the lake of God. As it's called it's holy place and you'll hold the breathe when you are there.









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