Roppongi is more a cultural area out of all the other shopping districts in Tokyo, if you like art and photography, you will fall in love with Roppongi for the nutrition of art museums around. Ostensibly, Roppongi is like aforementioned, but actually it has once been a seedy area where people went to party and went drunk, […]
Ghibli Museum could be one of the most inspiring museums I have ever visited, to experience the best of the museum, try to leave the way you are and the way you think outside the museum, and explore the museum with a kid’s heart, this way you will find more than you expect. Visiting the […]
Senso-Ji Temple is one of my favorite places in Tokyo, it has so much to offer, from traditional temples and shrines, to amazing food and cute Japanese girls wearing Bathrobe there(kind of comparatively light kimono).
Tsukiji Fish Market could be on the top 3 Must See list of all the travel guides to Tokyo, if you ask me if it’ really worth for a visit, I will definitely say yes, but that’s because I am quite a foodie, and I can’t live without seafood, the fresh seafood in Tsukiji Fish Market is exactly the gift for me.
We arrived at Lake Kawaguchiko in the early afternoon after our scary runaway from the ghost hospital in Fuji-Q Highland, when we found the Fuji Mt. surrounded by clouds, the trees casted their reflection on the water, we fell in love instantly. Lake Kawaguchiko had much more than I expected, the resplendent luxury of the main hall […]
Kamakura has more than venerable temples, when the train passed by the sparkling ocean, I was utterly blown away by the beauty of Shanan’s coast. I would give you an overview of the day trip we did while we were there, Kamakura(鐮倉) and Enoshima (江の島) were really the places to visit.