Summer in Hokkaido

In this article I’ll be taking you through a little walk through the streets of the Noboribetsu area in Hokkaido. Noboribetsu is famously known for its hot springs and is the other Onsen hot spot of Japan along with Hakone.

The hot springs here originate from an explosion crater in the area called “Jigokudani”, which literally translates to Hell Valley, and was believed to have been plagued by Japanese demons. I’ll also be introducing some nice little photo spots in the area! Ready or not, here we go! Continue reading “Summer in Hokkaido”

Yunishigawa Kamakura Festival: Illuminated snow

Yunishigawa Onsen Kamakura Festival

Yunishigawa Onsen is a hotspring town in Tochigi prefecture,well known as a History culture,an inheritance of a night view. Yunishigawa Kamakura Festival is held from late January to early March every year. At the main site “Heike-no-sato” ,you can enjoy barbecue meals in the snow house during the daytime(reservation required) and illuminations in the nighttime. Continue reading “Yunishigawa Kamakura Festival: Illuminated snow”

Wild life in Meiji jingu

For those of you who are traveling in Tokyo or are thinking about coming to the capital of Japan, you’ve probably either heard of, been to, or plan on going to the Meiji Jingu Shrine in Harajuku. Being one of the oldest of most renowned shrines in Tokyo.

The Meiji Jingu was built in (big surprise) the Meiji Era as a token of dedication and honour of Emperor Meiji and Empress Shōken for their tremendous contributions to the Meiji Restoration. Continue reading “Wild life in Meiji jingu”