It’s almost September and cooler temperatures are sneaking up on us (finally!). And while I’m definitely looking forward to pairing lots of delicious savory foods with sweet and hot drinks, I’m also looking forward to completing the rest of my 18 professional and personal goals for 2018. One goal in particular is my passion — travel.
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This past Saturday, the monster and I traveled from one end of Tokyo to the other. We ventured 60 km west all the way to Hino city. Our destination? Keio Asobi no Mori HUGHUG!
Despite being in a creative and personal slump, this week has been quite the adventure for me. Right after being profiled by the Twitter account @womenofjapan, I took over the rotation curation account @beingtokyo. The timing was wonderful, as I the monster and I were headed to Izu Oshima, one of Tokyo’s islands.
The reason behind this guide is simple: as a content creator, I write travel pieces introducing people to Japan. The very least I can do is make sure that travelers, a record-breaking 27 million foreign visitors in 2017, make the most of their visit while respecting the customs and people of Japan.
My husband’s paternity leave came to an end after 8 months. To make the most of our final weekend together, we took a scenic drive via the Wangan Bayshore Route (首都高速道路湾岸線) and headed west to the port city of Yokohama.
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.
Tokyo has been my home for the past 10+ years. And, as much as I love this city, it can be hard to find baby-friendly places that are easy to access. Here’s a look at 5 of my favorite baby and toddler destinations in Tokyo.