Deciding on a Second Home? Why Japan Should Be in Your List

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Cityscape of JapanJapan is one of the most developed countries in Asia. Many people have dreamt of living there or stay long-term for a vacation to escape the hustle and bustle of their daily life. And who wouldn’t think so? Some even invest in properties, so they have a cozy place to stay.

If you’re planning to buy a property in Japan, whether it’s a house, an apartment, or a condominium, Sumitomo Realty & Development Co., Ltd. says that you shouldn’t think twice. Here’s a list you need to read to convince you:

Japan is home to delicious food.

Do you like sushi? You’ll like it more when you taste the authentic ones made by sushi masters. Drop by any restaurant and you’ll see them made in front of you. Now that’s what you call fresh.

Other food you can enjoy in Japan are ramen, katsudon, yakitori, okonomiyaki, and okonomiyaki. You might also enjoy how Japan makes their food more mouthwatering with their presentation.

Japan is starting to expand globally.

Language barrier is still a problem in Japan, but they’re becoming more open to foreigners and the English language itself as years passed by. If you want to learn the language, there are schools to help you.

If you’re quite knowledgeable in Nihongo, on the other hand, why not take a part-time job and teach English to students? There’s the saying that you can’t learn a country’s culture without getting to know its locals.

Japan is so diverse, you wouldn’t get bored.

Japan has everything, from amazing robotics to different genres of music. There’s also fashion, animation, stage plays and musicals, and other forms of media. All these while keeping their traditional roots. No matter where you look, you wouldn’t get bored.

The land of the rising sun is worth taking interest in when looking for a second home. If it’s diversity that you want, it’s sure not to disappoint.

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