Somehow, going to temple, shopping or trying cultural activities in Japan start to feel too mainstream for me. I wanna try something new, something exciting apart from going to the theme park.
Luckily, I found one in Asakusa. Only place that allows you to use your brain to hatch a plan and protect yourself from Killer Robots!! sounds cool, right?!!
Continue reading “Real Escape Game : Mysterious Hunter X”
Are you planning to visit Tokyo, Osaka or Kyoto within the same trip?
You might wonder Is it possible? Will it be too expensive? Which city choose I start first?
and lastly…the most annoying question of all “Do I need to buy JR PASS??”
Read this blog and you don’t have worry anymore!!
Continue reading “Special Price Round Trip Shinkansen with Hotel Package for Tokyo-Kyoto & more!”
Enjoy your time around Mt.Fuji during its peak time of violet color. Of course, I am talking about huge Lavender Field around Lake Kawakguchi-Ko and Mt.Fuji. You can visit the Symbol of Japan all year long but this time I would like to introduce you to the beauty of Summer at Mt.Fuji.
Continue reading “Lavender & Mt. Fuji Tour (Summer 2017)”
For those who are looking for the luxury cashmere knitwear 100%, made in Japan, you should not miss this!
Continue reading ““UTO” Cashmere & Knit Shop at Harajuku”
Let’s pick up where we left off from Part 1. I will introduce you to the rest of Tokyo and then give some tips for those who plan to visit for the first time.
Continue reading “(Part 2) Tokyo Guide (1-3 Days) with Metro Subway Pass”
“Kamakura” is easily accessible just 1 hour from Shinjuku (Tokyo) using the JR Shonan Shinjuku Line. It has a traditional Japanese feel, so it is very much recommended.
Continue reading “Kamakura~Land of peace!”
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”