A little update about myself first.
- My external hard drive with all my photos from Europe crashed all of a sudden, erasing the majority of the photos. This is why I didn’t (couldn’t) finish my posts on Europe. It really pains me to think about it :(
- On a more positive note, I’m going to Vietnam soon! Going to Nam Dinh (an hour and a half away from Hanoi) for educational volunteer work. Volunteer work in Cebu early this year gave me a whole new perspective which is why I decided to apply for volunteer work again. This time I’m going as the photographer for our group so stay tuned for photos of Vietnam!
Anyway moving on the main goodie. Fukuoka.
I went to Fukuoka with three of my friends. We went at the end of February/beginning of March. It’s not my first time going to Japan as I’ve been to Toyko approximately eight years ago. Japan is just like I remembered- very clean and orderly. We also went to Yufuin which is a distant town known for Japanese ryokan (traditional inn) and hot springs.
Fukuoka is really close to Korea with great food and amazing hot springs. Without further ado, here are photos of Fukuoka.
Fukuoka provided the perfect mixture of traditional and modern Japan, which I enjoyed immensely. I hope to go to Osaka in the near future!