Sweets buffets, hot springs and even burlesque. Find travel inspirations from my January highlights!
One of the questions I frequently get from friends planning to visit Japan is when and where to see cherry blossoms. Thankfully, I work in the travel industry and one of the perks of which is getting to know what tours are out there. So I've picked up a few products that I would personally... Continue Reading →
In the quiet neighborhood of Setagaya, the lucky cats of Gōtokuji beckon curious passers-by, perhaps saving weary soul or two.
Located in Kanagawa Prefecture, Kawasaki Warehouse is a game and entertainment center designed to look like the grimy city of Kowloon.
No plans for Golden Week? No worries. Make the most of your holidays without breaking the bank with these travel ideas within and around Tokyo.
The Enoshima Electric Railway ("Enoden" for short) runs through Kanagawa Prefecture, from the traditional city of Kamakura to the island of Enoshima, with Fujisawa as the last stop. Designed with a vintage flair, its train cars are beloved icons that add a nostalgic flavor to Kamakura and Enoshima's easy atmosphere.
Fall is my favorite season, and my first fall trip of the year happens to be in the neighboring prefecture of Saitama. For this one-day trip, we made use of the SEIBU Pass and checked out spider Kinchakuda Park, Alishan Cafe and Akebono Children's Forest Park.
Isumi Railway is best known for its Moomin Train, fashioned after the beloved Finnish series of the same name. Running along the Bōsō Peninsula, these yellow train cars take its passengers through Chiba's green fields and historic towns, and is especially popular in spring as cherry and rape blossoms (菜の花) frame the landscape.