Sun 29 Jun 2008
Time flys…here, it is the last day in Japan…isn’t that sad?
After one month, I really think I like Japan even more than I did before. This is a fascinating place with fascinating people. It is not only advanced in modern urban culture, but abundant of treasures from its own tradition that passed down generation by generation. All the ancient buildings and other national treasures are preserved so well that one can not even tell they have gone through hundreds of years and through natural disasters and wars. And more than that, it seems the honesty and loyalty of samurai in the past are still existing in Japanese spirit and help to build a country of fairness and equity.
You can actually tell that Japanese people do enjoy their lives everyday from their fashionable dressing, from the food they eat and from the smile on their faces. You will never feel insecure anywhere. All the stores you step in, people greet you with warm and friendly faces. That is the image of Japan. What a nice place!
After all, I am so glad that I made such nice friends in this one month. We travel, study and live together just like a family. That was probably the most valuble thing I got from these transient days.
I hope I can come back again, with all these sweet memories…