Thetraveljunkie.org – In previous posts about Innsbruck we detailed a few things to do in the stunning city, such as hiking into the Patscherkofel, climbing up the Nordkette or bathing at Lake Lansersee. Today we want to show you a touch of Japan in Innsbruck, Austria.
There are some trips that change your life, and that’s exactly what happened to us. We stayed at Shoko’s House, our Japanese friend in Innsbruck, a cozy place with white walls full of Japanese touches. In her living room you can have an idea of how big is her universe: when west meets east, Austrian culture meets Japanese culture.
Stay tuned for more of our adventures in Innsbruck, Austria.
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