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nickname
Taylor Vee
residing
Alberta, Canada
member since
23 July 2009
birth year
1990
sex
Male
nationality
Canada
ethnicity
White/Caucasian
languages
English, Japanese
interests
Animals, Arts, Hiking, Movies, Music, Nature, Philosophy, Photographs, Poetry, Radio, Sports, Travel, Walking, Writing

japan travel profile
how often
four times
how long
more than two months
travel budget
very low (under 5,000 yen per day and person)
travel pace
slow
travel style
individual travel
travel interests
Shrines and Temples, Castles, Gardens, Historic Towns, Museums, Arts and Crafts, Modern Cities, Popular Culture, Theme Parks, Shopping, Night Life, Industry, Outdoor, Hot Springs, Wintersports, Beaches, Festivals
accommodation used
Hotel
Ryokan
Capsule Hotel
transportation used
Train
Car
Shinkansen
City Bus
Highway Bus
Taxi
Ferry
tickets used
Japan Rail Pass
destinations visited
Izu Peninsula
Kyoto
Yokohama
Hakuba
Hikone
Nara
Osaka
Tokyo
Fuji Five Lakes
Hakone
Karuizawa
Kawasaki
Kanazawa
Nagano
Narita
Nikko
sightseeing spots visited
Gion (Kyoto)
Minato Mirai (Yokohama)
Osanbashi Pier (Yokohama)
Kiyomizudera (Kyoto)
Philosopher's Path (Kyoto)
Kasuga Taisha (Nara)
Nara Park (Nara)
Asakusa (Tokyo)
Harajuku (Tokyo)
Meiji Shrine (Tokyo)
Shinjuku (Tokyo)
Tokyo Disneyland (Tokyo)
Caves (Fuji Five Lakes)
Akihabara (Tokyo)
Ginza (Tokyo)
Shibuya (Tokyo)
Hakkeijima (Yokohama)
Osaka Castle (Osaka)
Shinagawa (Tokyo)
Osaka Aquarium (Osaka)
Lake Kawaguchiko (Fuji Five Lakes)
Lake Saiko (Fuji Five Lakes)
Lake Yamanakako (Fuji Five Lakes)
Ginkakuji (Kyoto)
Kyoto Imperial Palace (Kyoto)
Kyoto Station (Kyoto)
Sanzenin Temple (Kyoto)
Toshodaiji Temple (Nara)
Yakushiji Temple (Nara)
Imperial East Gardens (Tokyo)
Imperial Palace (Tokyo)
Nihonbashi (Tokyo)
Odaiba (Tokyo)
Roppongi (Tokyo)
Ryogoku (Tokyo)
Sengakuji Temple (Tokyo)
Sensoji Temple (Tokyo)
Shinjuku Gyoen (Tokyo)
Tokyo Tower (Tokyo)
Tokyo Water Bus (Tokyo)
Ueno Park (Tokyo)
Yoyogi Park (Tokyo)
Chinatown (Yokohama)
Yamashita Park (Yokohama)
Yamate and Motomachi (Yokohama)