February 19


Why Japan Is Good For Your Mental Health

By Peter Julian

The trip there is just good for the soul. The culture of the people is very different than most have experienced. They feel gratitude and always very friendly which will entice you to feel the same way. From the plane ride there to the plane ride back, the entire trip is just full of fun moments and adventures as well as playfulness. There is a vast amount of scenery and attractions that just bring you peace of mind. A lot of people frequent to those attractions and it’s for good reason.

Key Takeaways:

  • Bunraku involves beautifully expressive life-sized puppets, a vocalist and a shamisen player.
  • The Mori Art Museum in Tokyo is filled with provocative, disturbing and exciting exhibits.
  • Lesser visited destinations include a shrine dedicated to Namahage in Oga and the many Sake breweries of Nigaata.

“One of the highlights was a shrine where visitors stood in line to purify their hands and lips in water from a sacred spring where a hermit monk once lived.”

Read more: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/life-is-trip/202001/why-japan-is-good-your-mental-health

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