LOLA – Travel in Nagano Japan – from Guatemala

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Meet Lola, a traveler from Guatemala drawn to Japan for its culture, cleanliness, and snowboarding opportunities. Choosing Hakuba Happo for its vibrant mix of locals and foreigners, Lola recommends spots like Phat Packers and NBS rental for a memorable experience. Despite challenges with transportation, Lola embraces the kindness and politeness of Japanese culture.

Interview – Story in Japan

Q&A

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

Guatemala

WHAT DO YOU DO IN JAPAN?

Travel and snowboarding.

WHY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JAPAN?

The culture, the country, and the people. You can feel how clean and honest and polite the people are there, such a peaceful way of living and for the snowboarding 🏂

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO STAY IN THIS CITY?

Hakuba Happo was a mix of foreign and local people everyone with the purpose of ski or snowboarding and have fun.

WHERE IS YOUR LOCAL RECOMMENDATION IN THIS CITY?

The Phat Packers, NBS rental, Café Cubanos, Team Lab Planets, Iwatake, Pearl Hotel Shinjuku, Shibuya pubs.

WHAT DID YOU ENJOY THE MOST WHILE STAYING ABROAD?

The food, people, and culture of the country show you in the most kind and polite way to follow the rules and live in harmony and happiness 😊

WHAT WAS THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE BEING IN JAPAN?

Getting the trains and buses was so hard to understand and they don’t speak much English I got lost cause I asked someone to go to a terminal they told me one bus and was incorrect and I lost my flight but no regrets I think it important to learn the language when you go there

DID YOU EXPERIENCE ANY CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS?

Yes the way of living with others, and changes that can happen, but if you enjoy nothing matters, just keep on smiling

WHAT IS YOUR DREAM?

Travel the world and check different cultures and people and places and give some love back to the world and kindness.

MESSAGE TO OUR FRIENDS WHO WILL GO TO JAPAN.

Everyone has to go at least once it’s life changing and recommended to learn a bit of Japanese to go around mostly for trains and buses.

HOW DO YOU LEARN JAPANESE?

Just asking and bit Duolingo. It’s hard tho, but very interesting language and people are kind of your learning.


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