NISA – Travel in Tokyo Japan – from Indonesia

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Meet Nisa, an Indonesian traveler enjoying a holiday in Shinjuku, Japan, fascinated by its culture, weather, and cuisine. Shinjuku Gyoen is her favorite spot, adorned with cherry blossoms and autumn colors. Traveling for self-healing, Nisa dreams of a peaceful life in the mountains, away from city stress. She advises friends to savor Japan’s beauty and use Google Translate for convenience.

Interview – Story in Japan

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

Indonesia

WHAT DO YOU DO IN JAPAN?

Holiday.

WHY ARE YOU INTERESTED IN JAPAN?

The culture, the weather, the food. Almost everything I love about Japan.

WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO STAY IN THIS CITY?

Shinjuku. Because is so close to the city & station. It makes me easier to go anywhere.

WHERE IS YOUR FAVORITE PLACE IN THIS CITY?

Shinjuku Gyoen has a lot of different trees and flowers. I prefer to go there with cherry blossoms and in the Autumn season.

WHAT DID YOU ENJOY THE MOST WHILE STAYING ABROAD?

Walking to the city and going to tourist places. And enjoy the nice weather.

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

Maybe yes. But the journey is just for healing myself. Because I always stress with work. So traveling is the best choice for keeping a healthy mind.

WHAT IS YOUR DREAM?

Living in a peaceful area, such as building a house in the mountains with family. Become a farmer and not think about stressful work like in the city.

MESSAGE TO OUR FRIENDS WHO WILL GO TO JAPAN.

Prepare the Google Translate app as most of the signs are in Japanese. Enjoy walking in each area. Enjoy the breeze weather if you come in the Sakura season or Autumn. If you wanna save money for food, just eat in 7-Eleven they are very cheap & tasty.

Recommendation

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, nestled in the heart of Tokyo, is an expansive and serene oasis that contrasts sharply with the bustling city surrounding it. This historic garden, originally a residence of the Naitō family in the Edo period, was transformed into a public park after World War II. Spanning approximately 58.3 hectares, it blends three distinct styles: traditional Japanese, formal French, and English Landscape. The garden is renowned for its spectacular cherry blossom views in spring, making it a popular destination for both hanami and relaxation. With its sprawling lawns, tranquil ponds, and meandering pathways, Shinjuku Gyoen offers a peaceful retreat for nature lovers, providing a picturesque escape from urban life throughout the year.


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