I’ve been toying with the idea of this post for a while, but haven’t really got down to penning it until today. Spring vacation has just started, and it’s a much needed welcome change to see more of the sun. It’s also a time for many going away for short trips to recharge their batteries.
I’m not sure how this idea fits in with spring or cherry blossoms but nevertheless, if you’re planning to visit these spots, just read this with a light heart. What’s all this mystery ’bout these spots, you might ask. I’m of course referring to power spots in Japan. Now you may have come across this term from your research on the Internet, Tripadvisor or Lonely Planet. So I’m going to put forth a few disclaimers before we dive right into them.
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(to be continued in Part 2)
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I really like reading through a post that can make men and women think. Also, thanks for allowing me to comment!
Thank you very much for your kind words!! I’m glad you enjoyed the article. [Spirited Away] was a very personal experience for me, so I do try to put a disclaimer that this experience is relative. Japan actually has tons of these sacred sites that you can explore and discover on your own. Please do share your experiences when you do. 😊
Great info. Lucky me I ran across your website by chance (stumbleupon). I’ve book-marked it for later!
Thank you very much for your kind words!! I’m sorry I haven’t been able to update my blog. I’m sure we are all itching to travel again after this covid ends… 😊