Originally published on Sora News by Scott Wilson
You bring the marshmallows, we’ll bring the pics.
Camping has been having a bit of a renaissance in Japan recently, with people challenging themselves to go camping with only 100-yen-store goods, or cooking awesome festival food over the campfire.
And my wife Abbey is no exception! She’s been an avid camper in Japan for over two years, going to dozens of different camping locations.
A recent place that stole her nature-loving heart was Mt. Jinbagata, and here we’ll share her experience so that, while Japan’s borders still remain mostly closed to tourists, we can all take part in
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