Nagoya is often overlooked when planning a trip to Japan. But there really are a lot of things that are worth your time. Here are 9 things to do in Nagoya.
Hey! Are you wondering how to get the most value of your Japan Rail Pass? It sound’s intriguing – unlimited train travel all around the country for an…
Fuji Rock Festival was a special experience because I could see my favourite band – in Japan. Read my guide for some basic information on the festival.
Visiting tourist sights in the rain can be a great way to get some interesting and unique shots. Here are some advantages to rainy day photography.
Bucket lists always make me feel weird when I read them on other blogs. Here are some reasons why I don’t have a bucket list.
Japan’s Shirakawago in Gifu is a great place to experience the start of spring, see the new rice paddies, and marvel at the gassho-zukuri houses.
It’s important to keep track of your daily spending while travelling. Here’s how I track my daily travel budget when I’m on the road.
Cherry blossom season is an important and symbolically reach event in Japan. I share my favourite place to view cherry blossoms in Nagoya.
If you have a few hours layover, why not take a Singapore airport free city tour? You get to spend a little time there on your way to your destination.
Looking for a high-class resort in Okinawa? The Busena Terrace Resort in Nago has excellent service, facilities, water activities, and a view of the ocean.
Come with me to a fun Japanese restaurant where you deep-fry your own skewers of meat and vegetables at the table. It’s a deep-fry buffet restaurant!
Shuzenji hot spring is one of the oldest in Japan. Have a lovely afternoon exploring the old town and mysterious side streets.