If you travel a lot like I do, you know that the biggest constrain is TIME.. Never enough right? Here is an effective way to use it when sightseeing in Japan: Give a try to a bus tour! For me until … Continue reading Japan Travel Bus Tour! Mt. Fuji-Hakone Cruise-yakiniku lunch buffet(Japanese BBQ)-Gotemba Outlets Day Trip
In a little town in Ōno District, Gifu, six hour drive from Tokyo, lies the Shirakawa village, famous for its beautifully preserved traditional houses. It was registered as a World Heritage Site in 1995 and has become one of the … Continue reading SHIRAKAWAGO & SHINTAKACHIHO ROPEWAY~World Heritage
Since the last time we went to the Hedgehog Cafe, this time I’d like to share you other kind of cafe called Ms.BUNNY. Continue reading “Ms.Bunnys@ROPPONGI”
Every time we go stay in the Traditional Japanese Style Hotel or Hostel, called “Ryokan”, we often see a room with flooring and interior made by Mulberry Paper (Washi Paper).
A Japanese Mat so called “Tatami”, is what makes traditional accommodation unique and appealing to people around the world.
What if you get to see how this elaborate craft is made from the start, how cool will that be? It is quite rare experience even for Japanese people!!
The other day, I was invited by a colleague to join the dinner cruise on the Yakatabune Harumiya.
Of course I said yes with out any hesitation. I have never been on the boat for a party before. It sounds very exciting.
You probably have explored different areas in Tokyo, and have experienced its busyness and uniqueness. However, have you ever tried to enjoy the awesomeness of this city from high above?
I always take the subway around Tokyo, which means I never get the chance to see much of Tokyo when I’m on the move. So in this blog post, I’m going to tell you what it’s like to see the city of Tokyo from the top of a roofless bus – the Sky Hop Bus!