Love Japanese trains? Then you simply must ride the Shinkansen to the Railway Museum! Located in Omiya, Saitama Prefecture, the Railway Museum is the perfect Tokyo day trip for railfans, big and small, young and old.
Category: Travel Diaries
Little Kaiju finally made her “Disney debut!” (ディズニーデビュー | dizini- debyu-) at 20 months old! Overall, our first family visit was a success, so I’m sharing 10 Tips for a magical day at Tokyo DisneySea with a toddler.
Around this time last year, little Kaiju and I ventured Down Under with a dear friend. So I’ve been reflecting on the memories (and food) of Brisbane and Gold Coast.
I’m busy planning a fall/winter excursion with my girl. I have so many domestic spots to see, but my stomach keeps yearning for Seoul food! Which made me think of my top 5 places to eat in Insadong.
Whether you’re team #autumn or team #fall, this season is the perfect mix of pleasant weather, bold color, vibrant entertainment, and delicious foods. Here’s 10 reasons why autumn is the best time to experience Japan.
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.
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.
Today is Umi no Hi (Ocean Day) which unofficially means that summer has started in Japan! Unfortunately, the rising temperatures might discourage you from heading out with your little ones. I‘ve rounded up a few fun ways to beat the heat if you’re wondering how to spend summer in Tokyo with a baby or toddler.
It’s not quite yet summer, but that didn’t stop the monster and me from enjoying a day in the sun at Isshiki Beach in Hayama, Kanagawa Prefecture.
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!