Ibaraki Road Trip: A Look At The Moriya and Tomobe Service Areas is a photo diary of our visit to see the in-laws in Ibaraki Prefecture over the Obon holidays.
Category: Foodie Adventures
I love that there are so many “mommy and baby” events in Tokyo. Unfortunately for me, they’re nearly always on a weekday morning. (It took me forever to find a weekend “mommy and baby” swimming class and even then, it’s 40 minutes away). So, when I had the opportunity to work with Local Bites and participate in one of Tokyo’s toddler-friendly sushi making classes, I jumped at the chance.
Well, the rainy season is underway, but you wouldn’t know that based on the high temperatures spreading across all of Japan.
In the second installation of “Fabulous Friday Finds,” I’m sharing the latest Japanese summer snacks and drinks. All items are courtesy of the local kombini.
If you follow me on Twitter or watch my Instagram stories (and if you don’t, you should) you know that I’m a fan of limited edition seasonal stuff. I’m always trying out the latest product that has 新発売 (new release/shin hatsubai) or 期間限定 (for a limited time only/kikan gentei) plastered on it.
As a content creator, one of my goals for 2018 is to see more of Japan. My recent visit to Kanazawa allowed me to do just that. Here’s a recap of my journey with the monster in tow.
Want to visit The Very Hungry Caterpillar Cafe in Ginza, Tokyo, but can’t read the Japanese reservation form? Worry not – use this post to navigate the online form!
Children all over the world know Eric Carle and his works, but it seems like his books and characters have made a significant impact in Japan.