If You Are Not Able To Travel To Japan, Here Is What You Can Do For The Time Being!

If you are not able to travel to Japan any time soon, then here is what you can do to keep yourself entertained along with learning about Japan on the way.

You could be in college, struggling to save money, learning the language first, or you're probably not old enough to travel. Well, whatever it is, I have something for you to Check Out or even look up. 
I have recently went to a local library to look for some books to help learn Japanese, but unfortunately, I didn't. However, I did come across a book called 'Handbook to Life In Medieval and Early Modern Japan' by William E. Deal.

This book is amazing! It gives you small insight on how Japan was back then, and how it is now. Although, some things might have changed from then to now. This book also explains  their traditions, the writing systems, and the cities that are located in Japan.

Here is some Hiragana and Katakana:
Hiragana and Katakana- pg. 244 'Handbook to Life In Medieval and Early Modern Japan' by William E. Deal.

Tea Ceremony, and History:
Tea Ceremony History- Pg. 303 'Handbook to Life In Medieval and Early Modern Japan' by William E. Deal.

Land, Environment, and Population- Pg. 61 'Handbook to Life In Medieval and Early Modern Japan' by William E. Deal.

You should totally find this book in a library close to you, if not here are some links you can buy the book from, maybe even rent:
Barns and Noble
Amazon

I completely understand if you  cannot afford this book, but while you are trying to kill time before you officially go on your trip to Japan you can actually check out some YouTubers  to get ideas of where you want to go, and visit. Stay tuned for my next article about
YouTubers that you can go check out, and ways you can figure out where you want to travel to in Japan before you make your plans on Odigo.

It's always better to draft your plans before officially plan your plans. 

I do not own any rights to this book. I am not the author of this book. The amazing book is by William E. Deal!

Ms. R-Kay