Coastal city located south of Tokyo which is an important center of both local and foreign tourism. Among its multitut of temples highlights the Great Buddha (Kotoku-in) with an impressive bronze...
Omikuji, the Japanese fortune papers
They are very popular amulets in Japan, they are small folded or rolled papers that open them to reveal the fortune in written form, we find them in practically all the temples and people usually buy...
Tokyo’s Ghibli Inspired Cat Café
Located in Kichijoi are two gorgeous Ghibli inspired Cat Cafés. We chilled out with some cute cats at their newest location Temari no Oshiro.
Kichijoji is home to Temari no Oshiro and Temari no...
Convenience stores in Japan コンビニ
As a traveller visiting Japan; Konbini’s (convenience stores) are little beacons of hope.
They offer free Wifi
Always have available toilets (that are kept sparkling clean)
Geisha’s in Kyoto
How and where to go Geisha spotting in Kyoto plus more.
What’s all the fuss about?
Geisha’s (or sometimes known in Kyoto as Geiko) are highly trained women who devote their lives around this...
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