Skiing is a popular winter pastime in Japan. From December through to the following spring, families and friend groups flock to the nearest ski slope. Some public schools organize yearly ski trips to teach students the basics.Continue Reading
This hidden gem truly highlights the awe-inspiring wonder of the Japanese countryside. From the panoramic view at Kiyotsu Gorge’s Tunnel of Light, to the graceful curve of the beech trees at Bijinbayashi. There’s beauty round every corner – what new and exciting masterpiece will you discover?Continue Reading
Explore Kanazawa! The city with a thousand stories to tell. Step into the lives of the city’s resident samurai and geisha, as you
stroll through historic Nagamachi and the elegant Higashi Chaya District. Lose yourself in the Ninja Temple, where cunning ingenuity meet defensive warfare! Hungry? Why not indulge in an opulent gold leaf desert – gold leaf, of course being a local delicacy.
Hakone sits at the foot of Mt. Fuji, 80-minutes south of Shinjuku via train. The town comprises of several villages, each one renowned for its history and natural splendor.Continue Reading
Where is the best place to enjoy Cherry blossoms in Tokyo? Check out the cherry blossom guide from a local for summarized information about Hanami!Continue Reading
Looking to plan a trip to Japan and overwhelmed with the plethora of contents? Check out the highlights from the Japan trips I hosted!Continue Reading
Visiting Kyoto in autumn? I’d like to share with you some first-hand information, not available anywhere else, to prepare you mentally for your trip to Kyoto.Continue Reading