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  • Hey, Brian, it's came down here walking back to my channel.

  • I recently did a trip to Japan where I went to places with beautiful nature.

  • I also went to traditional locations where there are more locals and not filled with tourists.

  • I arrived a Hiroshima station and right outside the bullet train exit.

  • There is the Hiroshima Tourist Information Centre, where you can get information on the surrounding areas.

  • I want to go to the Shimano Prefecture, and luckily there is a way to get there really easily by bus.

  • It's only 500 years, about $5.1 way, and it's only available to foreign tourists.

  • Usually it costs around 3900 yen, which is about $40 so it's eight times cheaper.

  • It's a great deal and is convenient to travel to places that aren't easy to get to.

  • You can purchase it at the bus ticketing office, located on the ground floor literally just outside the Hiroshima station, so it's not hard to find.

  • Getting the ticket is easy or you have to do is provide a foreign passport and you'll be able to purchase a ticket at 500 yen once you've got your ticket, you can board the bus just outside the ticketing office.

  • Keep in mind that you must purchase this ticket beforehand either on the day or the day before to get the special price.

  • First up on my trip to issue manage prefecture A is the she Mani AC was aquarium.

  • It is 10 minutes on foot from Hashi Station.

  • Fortunately, I'm not alone on this trip.

  • I was able to travel with Cici from Taiwan to it was really fun walking around the KoreAm, taking lots of photos.

  • And I also have a seven year store selling lots of cute things, too.

  • Okay, just outside the aquarium that have a bunch of different restaurants.

  • So we went to Erica to grab some quick lunch, and just outside the restaurant, I came across this picture chewed vending machine.

  • So me being a huge Pokemon fan, I couldn't help myself.

  • But to just grab a quick drink onto the next stop is a more Tasha Grand Shrine.

  • It is about 10 minutes on foot from is a Morteza Maya station.

  • There is a bus that goes directly to is a more station from here.

  • Russian.

  • My station to so just that you guys know.

  • If you have the Jr Japan Rail pass, you can actually take the bus full free before you enter A sure on you purify yourself so it take the cup with a handle that is provided filling up with water, either by using the running water or scooping it up.

  • Wash your left hand, followed by your right hand, then change hands again and rinse your mouth with your left hand.

  • But don't drink the water.

  • Then you wash the handle and place it back.

  • Theism, or Grand Shrine is one of Japan's oldest shrines.

  • The shrine has been popular over the recent years, as it's known for place to visit for those looking for love when you pray to the gods.

  • If you have a five yen coin, use that.

  • As it's known for good luck.

  • It is custom to clap twice at shrines, but this place you clap four times for you and for your loved ones.

  • I got my own Mahmudi and I got the in Mississippi.

  • Now you can come to the shrine and get a bunch of different ones, and these are supposed to help you find your loved one.

  • Now because I have already found my loved one.

  • I am getting married next year.

  • I got one for good luck to sustain a happy marriage.

  • So this is just going to be a good luck charm.

  • Next up is isn't more he NAMI Sucky Lighthouse, located right next to the Sea of Japan.

  • You can say beautiful views from the lighthouse, the tallest in Japan.

  • Even if you don't go up the lighthouse, you can still hike around the area for beautiful scenic views.

  • It's recommended to go at sunset.

  • As you can see, it's absolutely stunning.

  • After that, we headed back too much to s station, where our hotel waas and grab some quick dinner thing eyes the next day, and I found out about this app.

  • It's pretty cool.

  • You can buy a day pass for 2000 yen or a three day pass for 4000 yen, and you can enter as many attractions as you want.

  • As you can see, there are a huge list of attractions that you can go in, so I'm just going to download the app where you can purchase the passes from.

  • You can also find information on the APP on the attractions you can use the past.

  • So I'm at Matsui Vogel Park right now, and it's 1540 year for a single entry.

  • So if I go to two attractions in a day, I would have already saved money.

  • This place is so gorgeous, then that's where vocal park is a huge part with a huge flower exhibition greenhouse that has flowers blooming all year around.

  • It is beautiful, with flower displays everywhere.

  • I spent a while walking around taking photos.

  • There are also two bird greenhouses that you can walk around and interact with the nature.

  • Next stop is to Sakai Minato Seafood Centre.

  • This era is famous for their crabs.

  • As you walk around, you can see many stores selling fresh seafood.

  • Some of them also let you try out the crabs before you buy close by.

  • There is a restaurant where you can have all you can eat crab for $30.

  • The price is pretty amazing for the quality.

  • Detective Conan is extremely popular in many countries.

  • The Munger artist Gosha Aoyama was born in the Totori Prefecture in a town called Hook Way.

  • If you are a fan, you must visit this place.

  • There is a manga factory where they have little fun activities.

  • Just outside.

  • You can walk down cone on street, where you will find the character scattered around.

  • You also come across a mini cone on town with cafes and souvenir stores.

  • To Johnson is a Japanese heritage hot spring town in Totori we stayed in is an row Iwasaki Videocon, a Japanese in with hot springs for a night.

  • It came with a traditional dinner, which was absolutely amazing.

  • If you have certain things that you can't ate (eat), let them know beforehand and they will make a special menu just for you after dinner is time to relax in the onset.

  • Now.

  • Seriously, guys, hot springs are amazing, and it is a must do if you go to Japan.

  • I highly recommend it the way.

  • On the final day, I first head to the Totori sand dunes.

  • It is the largest sand June area in Japan, and it really makes you feel like you're in a desert.

  • It continues for 16 kilometres on the coast, along off the Sea of Japan.

  • For lunch, we just headed off to a nearby restaurant just across the road from the San jeans for the last activity.

  • For the trip, we headed to ride on my coast for some kayaking.

  • The Oldham a coast is great for beautiful views.

  • The water is clear.

  • So cracking through the waters was absolutely amazing.

  • The best thing Wasit was really quiet.

  • So you can really enjoy the beaches here.

  • And that marks the end off the trip.

  • I had an order way back to Hiroshima, where I arrested for a night.

  • And then the next day I took a plane order way back to Australia.

  • Thank you so much, guys of watching this video.

  • I really hope he or enjoyed it.

  • And make sure you guys check out the links in the description box down below for more information.

  • Subscribe and thumbs up this figure if he enjoyed it.

  • And don't forget to follow me on my vlog channel as well for some behind the scenes.

Hey, Brian, it's came down here walking back to my channel.

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3 Days in Japan | Budget friendly Travel | Hiroshima, Tottori & Shimane

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/08/09
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