Visiting Japan was definitely a worthwhile experience with lots of lessons-learned – my takeaways. Included here are the things we miss most.
Here’s what I did to book this trip to Bali for free using points. I’ll show you my methodology.
Driving in Tokyo never came to mind. But we did. This was our MariCAR Go Karting experience in Japan!
Oh, Japan! Why do you have to be so efficient? Here are two tales of two lost items! One of them is a major travel document – a passport!
We took a leap of faith and stayed in a hotel with six pods or cubes. Of course, we stayed here for free. I’ll show you how.
Kyoto explored from Nishiki Market, Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, to fluffy pancakes at Cafe Fleur.
A visit to Kyoto is not complete without visiting historical Ninenzaka.
If I had a Japan bucket list, then it was about visiting Fushimi Inari Shrine in Kyoto. We got to walk through a path, a tunnel-like experience through the Torii Gate.
A late afternoon spent in Nara was well worth it. A perfect time for a stroll, watch the deers, and enjoy the sunset with the family.
An AirBNB in Kyoto for 19 guests? Sure, why not! This is where we stayed for 3 nights. It was perfect for our big group!
All things that were colorful and flavorful – that’s Osaka! I added a couple of slideshows that highlights this delicious visit.
Food, friends, and music – a perfect symphony in life. Find out how our paths took us to the M – Matsusaka Yakiniku M in Dotonbori, Osaka.
We spent one-full day in Tokyo with yummy good eats, lots of walking, crossing, and immersing.
What are my guidelines when I shop for an AirBNB? Big or small group? A lot of the same rules apply. This is what we did to book our Tokyo AirBNB for 19 guests.
Here’s our ANA experience, and our first few hours once we got to Japan.