Summer in much of Japan is hot and can be unrelentingly humid, but it’s also the season for top festivals, mass folk dancing, mountain hikes, and enjoying a cold beer on a city rooftop. If you’re travelling
But it usually makes for an experience that exposes you to something new and leaves an impression for years after. I was lucky enough to live in Zurich, Switzerland, for five years when I was younger.
Japan has a unique culture with a very strict code of etiquette. There are specific ways to eat noodles, good practices for accepting gifts, and certain rules to follow to avoid insulting a host. This