Winter in Japan is incomparably beautiful and well represented in Second Life, particularly by standout destinations such as Neko no Jinja. I want to provide some personal context. When I first visited Japan, I did not find the metropolises of Tokyo and Osaka, particularly attractive. They were densely packed, very concrete, and for the most part devoid of parks and trees. But once I got outside of the main cities and visited the mountainous spine of Japan, I was dazzled. I was lucky enough to visit in December, when early snow and icy lakes shined in the winter sun. The clean lines of Japanese architecture look amazing in this setting -- as they do in this stand-out destination.
To visit this highly recommended and very beautiful destination:
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Check out my reviews of other gorgeous Second Life winter snow destinations over at Eddi Haskell's Blog:
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