Senin, 24 September 2012

beautiful places in JAPAN

1. Akihabara

 Akihabara is one of the cities in Japan that has most electronics stores and the largest. Akihabara is also very popular in Japan and even the whole world has known Akihabara as the largest and most comprehensive electronic city ....Akihabara is actually located in the center of metropolitan Tokyo, Chiyoda precisely in the District (for those who want to get there says it wrote to the address). The Japanese used to call the city by the acronym "Akiba". If you want nyari electronic items can be looked for the latest and greatest in Yodobashi-Akiba wrote, Laox and Softmap. There were also a lot of anime fans are milling about on the road (they are often called otaku) who wear makeup just like his idol in the anime. There are many accessories and anime costumes so no one city is also often called the city anime.

2. Ikebukuro

 Lha is he the same town as Akihibara, paradise city anime and manga fans. Lots of shops there selling lots of knick-knacks that smelled of anime and manga (Japanese cartoons so ...). In Tokyo, there are probably the largest anime store throughout Japan that Animate. Although Animate has many branches in Japan but Animate in Ikebukuro is the center and the greatest. In Animate sold from the comic, artbook, DVD, VCD, CD, figurine to unique merchandise you can find here.

3. Shibuya

 Shibuya is one of the area located in the city of Tokyo and visited many communities visited Japan and even the city is also visited by many foreigners who are going to Japan. Shibuya is known as a city of young people, because the city is very popular and loved by young people, as the city is filled with an assortment of shops and department stores, a wide variety of entertainment in the city, a lot of eating places from cheap store to expensive. Shibuya City was the center of fashion models discharge and release of new trends, it is not wrong young kids like the streets of this city. And if you get there do not be surprised to see how many people are waiting and crossing at a red light (many for mercy to surprise me know (have not been there anyway .... ^, ^!).

4. Nakano Broadway

 Nakano Broadway is located precisely in the center of Nakano. Nakano Broadway is a large building that consists of several floors. In it there are shops that sell a variety of goods hobby, ranging from manga, anime, figurine, idol merchandise, military, until the maid cafe. Nakano Broadway itself is often known as the 'building otaku' because it is the center of Mandarake stores in the Tokyo area. Mandarake is a store that sells a variety of goods otaku, from doujinshi, cosplay clothing, secondhand manga, balljointed doll, until a rare toy. Mandarake addition, there are small shops that sell games, figurine, etc.. Although the building is called otaku, not all stores that are here dealing with otaku. Here you can also find clothes, jewelry, shoes, up to the course nail art! Even if you feel hungry after a day ngider, please stop at the second floor of Nakano Broadway BF. Here there are supermarkets that sell goods at lower prices than the 24-hour store or convenience store (the Japanese call 'konbini'). There is also a snack shop and ice cream are very enticing. Now, please stop by.

5. Aokigahara Suicide Forest

 Called "the perfect place to die," the Aokigahara forest has the unfortunate distinction as the world's second most popular place to take someone's life. (The first is the Golden Gate Bridge.) Since the 1950s, Japanese businessmen have wandered in, and at least 500 of them walked out, on an ascending level of between 10 and 30 suicides per year. Recently been increasing these numbers even more, with a record of 78 bodies in 2002.Japanese spiritualists believe that the suicides committed in the forest have permeated Aokigahara's trees, generating paranormal activity and preventing many coming from the depths of the forest fled. Complicating matters further is the common experience of compasses that are considered useful by magnetic iron-rich sediments in the area of ​​volcanic soil.Because of the extent of the forest, desperate visitors will not encounter once inside the so-called "Sea of ​​Trees," so the police have left signs reading "Your life is a precious gift from your parents," and "Please consult the police before you decide to die! "mounted on the trees throughout.Contemporary news outlets noted the recent spike in suicides in the forest, blamed more on Japan's economic downturn than at the end of a romantic novel Seicho Matsumoto Kuroi Jukai, which revitalized called Suicide Forest's popularity among those who are determined to take their last road . (The novel culminates in Aokigahara as the characters are driven to joint-suicide.)Locals said they could easily identify the three types of visitors to the forest: trekkers interested in scenic views of Mount Fuji, the curious hoping to catch a glimpse terrible, and souls who do not plan to return.What those who want to take their lives may not have considered is the impact of suicide on the local population and forest workers. In the words of one local man, "It bugs the hell out of me that's famous for being the place to commit suicide." And a local police officer said, "I have seen many dead bodies have really been rotting, or plucked on wild animals ... There's nothing beautiful about death there."Forest workers was even worse then the police. The workers must carry the bodies down from the forest to the local station, where bodies are placed in a special room used specifically to house suicide corpses. Forest workers then play January-ken-pon - the English-speakers call rock, paper, scissors - to see who has to sleep in the room with the corpse.It is believed to be very bad luck if the corpse is left alone, to "yurei" (ghost) of the suicide will scream through the night, and the body will move itself alone.

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