There are a few things that I learnt during my month long trip to Japan. Since I was travelling mostly on my own, I did a lot of research to find places to go and things to do. Japan is … Continue reading Travelling to Japan soon? Read these tips before you go!
Just a gallery of my favourite photos from my Japan trip. Enjoy! Ryoan-ji Kinkaku-ji Fushimi Inari Wagashi Workshop Arashiyama Taizo-in Okonomiyaki Nijo Castle Hirano Shrine Yakitori Nara park Dotonbori Omi Jingu Enryakuji Choco banana crepe! Kurama Dera Taiyaki Akihabara Ghibli … Continue reading My favourite Japan photos ♡
Tokyo is well known for being one of the largest and most populated cities in the world. While its neon-lit skyline and bustling city life attracts one of the highest volumes of tourists in Japan, many tend to feel in … Continue reading Best Day Trips from Tokyo to Enjoy Nature
Japan’s long history of animation and cute mascots has led to its charming characters not only being iconic within Japan, but widely recognisable all around the world. But which of these characters is the most iconic? In 2018, the Japanese … Continue reading Japan Ranks its 10 Most Iconic Characters – Can you guess who’s number 1?
Tokyo is known for being two things- a concrete jungle and one of the world’s most expensive cities. The beautiful parks found sprinkled within Tokyo are the greatest contradictions to these widely accepted notions, offering both lively and quiet green … Continue reading Top 5 free pretty parks in Tokyo
So, you’ve done all your shopping in Tokyo and you’re tired of the big malls and just need a nice place to relax and take in the culture of Japan. Well, when looking for culture and tradition, Japan’s shrines and … Continue reading Top 5 best temples/shrines in Tokyo
At the forefront of trendy teen fashion, Harajuku really stands out. Located right in the heart of Tokyo, this is where teenagers come to hang out. Although Harajuku refers to an entire neighbourhood, when people talk about it, they are … Continue reading A quick tour of Takeshita street, Harajuku
Wait, modern and culture? Although this may seem like an oxymoron, Japan is a country that not only values the old, but also accepts and develops the new. Both age-old traditions and unique Japanese creations are equally valid forms of … Continue reading Modern cultural experiences to try in Japan
With spring arriving soon, Japan is gearing up for its favourite time of year- Sakura season! Though a concrete jungle it may be, Tokyo is no exception, with numerous parks and open spaces that are converted to lively picnic areas … Continue reading Cherry blossom viewing spots in Tokyo
My dream-come-true holiday in Japan was finally coming to an end. Needless to say I was really upset that my trip was ending, but at least I had one final day before flying off later that night. I didn’t really … Continue reading Day 23 | last day