Moving to Canada next year makes me think about what I’ll miss in Japan. Too many things for a list of 10, but here’s my list.
Originally posted on I Read Encyclopedias for Fun:
10 years in Japan means Japan feels like home. But in a year, we’ll be living in Canada. Of course, I’m going to miss a lot about Japan. Maybe I won’t know what I’ll miss until we’ve been in Canada for a while, but I’ll make some predictions here. This is what I think I’ll miss about Japan.
1. Sushi and Sashimi
It seems I talk a lot about food. I love sushi and sashimi. Sure, I can get it in Canada, but it’s not nearly as good as the sushi and sashimi in Japan.
2. Temples and Shrines
I love the old architecture, and I really enjoy visiting temples and shrines. Can’t do that in Canada.
3. The Weather
I prefer Japanese weather. Winter is warmer than in Canada. Summer is very hot and humid, but I’m so used to it, Canadian summer nights will feel cold.
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