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The Otaue Rice Planting Festival in Osaka is one of the most famous festivals in the Kansai region of Japan. The festival is held every June 14th at the famous Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine and is an ancient Shinto festival to pray for a rich rice harvest.

Festivals of Japan – Attending Otaue Rice Planting Matsuri

If there is ever a competition on who loves Rice the most, I feel Japan will win it easily. They […]

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Memoirs of Japan

One of the best parts of traveling is that it makes you realize how unaware (or wrong) you are about […]

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Journey Into the Goodness – Reflections from two years of travel around the world

I started as the hero of my journey. After all, it is not every day that you come across an […]

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Ever heard of a "YOUNG WOMAN TRAVELER from INDIA exploring the world on HER OWN for more than a YEAR."

Well! That’s me!! A big Hello! My name is Leena Bansal aka Miss Walking Shoes. I quit my job in April 2014 and since then I am on the journey of my life. I have travelled to 32 countries across three continents since then, covering some 79,827 kilometres (49604 miles) which is roughly equivalent to circling the Earth twice! All this on budget and using minimum air transport.

I made my dream of a solo tryst around the globe come true despite an Indian Passport and currency constraints. If you are interested in reading about all my travel stories and want to know the tricks and tips for world travel, this page is for you. Hope to see you here often. :)

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