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Backpacking in Japan Go Dae-Seungl승인2010.08.31l300호 0면

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Backpacking in Japan with only 500000won for eight days and seven nights, alone!
I traveled to  Kansai with dreaming of a freedom of breaking away from daily life, and carrying a sense of independence and self-confidence through adventure by myself, and to learn an advanced culture. Even if I can't show  everything in this place, let's have a feel of Japan from these pictures!

1
This place is the Namba station and surroundings of Osaka
I wandered around for two hours in order to find the cheapest lodge and finally I found a lodge helped by a Korean. But I had to act charming and make the owner feel pity for me as a student traveller, so I could lower the price. After I unpacked, I entered the famous ramen store on Main Street These noodles danced in my mouth and soup like beef leg bone soup made my body feel flying.

2
This place is an Osaka Castle.
Osaka Castle, one of Japan's three castles, emitted light more and more because it is placed in the center of a city. Beautiful waterway enclosing the castle urged me to swim and was a gorgeous sight from the top of the castle. For reference, there were many Korean rather than Japanese

3
This place is a Kyoto
Kyoto is a place like Gyeongju, it is not too much to say besides that whole city is a historical site. Since Japan's native culture is dwelling in it, Japanese with kimonos caught my eyes Rickshaw-pullers hung around with a smile in and around the historic sites, and bus drivers set kindness as a best value. It is quite a different image from our nation.

4
This is a Nara
Nara was in harmony with nature. As you can see in the picture above, a roe deer herd were gamboling in the park, and they even ran onto the street. So policemen  were always there.


5
It is a Denjinmasseuri- one of Japan's three festivals.
About 100 boats carrying a person sailed a river with an energetic voice. During the night, beautiful fireworks changed from night to daytime all over the city. Even if I felt lonely but graceful Japanese shared together that night cheered me up.


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This place is Wakayama adjacent to the Pacific Ocean.
I suspected my eyes watching the beautiful sea which spread along the shore line. I never forgot the seafood that I roasted and ate it as I was watching the sea.


 

Through this trip, I learned the advance culture of Japanese, what I also know is  the love of my nation, and the most important thing is I learned about myself. Although I couldn't show everything about Japan in this newspaper, Japan made my head and my heart very happy. I think that learning about other nations is also learning about yourself. Dankookian with a challenge spirit of 20s! Let's make plans for a trip, how about going abroad in the winter vacation?


Go Dae-Seung  dkherald@gmail.com
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