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  • Writer's pictureAnthony Dempsey

Anthony Goes to Japan (again)

I recently had the pleasure of visiting Japan for the second time, and I have to say, it was just as amazing as the first. Yep, I'm so obsessed with Japan that I visited for the second time in 10 years, hence the title, " Anthony Goes to Japan (again) ".

I started my journey in Osaka, then made my way to Tokyo, and finally ended up in Kyoto. Each city was unique and had its own charm, but they all left me in awe. My first stop was Osaka, and I was again struck by the city's energy. The streets were always bustling with people and the food was just as delicious as I remembered. I had the opportunity to try some of the famous street food like Takoyaki and Okonomiyaki, and let me tell you, they did not disappoint. I also visited the famous Osaka Castle, which was just as breathtaking as before. The history and architecture of the castle were fascinating and the views from the top were stunning.

Next, I headed to Tokyo, and I was once again struck by the city's modernity and technology. The train system was so efficient and made it easy to move around the city. I visited the famous Shibuya crossing, which was truly a sight to see. The amount of people crossing the street at once is something you have to see to believe. I also visited the Tokyo Tower, which offered panoramic views of the city. But what really stood out for me in Tokyo was the food, especially the sushi. It was some of the best sushi I have ever had in my life.

Finally, I ended my trip in Kyoto, and it was the perfect way to end my journey. Kyoto is known for its traditional culture and history, and it did not disappoint. I visited the famous Fushimi Inari Shrine and the Kinkaku-ji Temple, which were both incredibly beautiful. I also had the opportunity to witness a traditional tea ceremony, which was a unique and enlightening experience.

Magician Anthony Dempsey standing in front of Mount Fuji in Japan as a train is about to go by
Mount Fuji is just as amazing as I had imagined.

Overall, my second trip to Japan was just as amazing as the first. It was a wonderful opportunity to experience the culture and history of this beautiful country once again. Till next time! Sayonara!

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