Rainy season in Japan last for a few weeks from around the beginning of June until mid July. Here some tips to make it slightly more comfortable.
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.
Kyoto Imperial Palace is a very large rectangle in the middle of the city. It is an important part of Japan’s past, though it’s a bit underwhelming.
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.
A popular tourist destination in Kyoto, Japan is Heian Shrine. The red and green buildings and a walk through the garden will bring peace to your day.
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.
Amphawa Floating Market is a great place to experience an authentic Thai floating market that is not overrun by tourists. Try some fresh seafood too!