Kamakura Day Trip: Beaches, Ajisai, Temple and Shrines

Kamakura (鎌倉) is a coastal town endowed with not only beautiful ocean views, but rich history in its numerous shrines and temples. Only one hour away from Tokyo, it is no wonder that it gets extremely crowded on weekends, especially during the hydrangea season, which is right now in June. But as Kamakura is pretty big, […]

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Top 7 Sightseeing Spots in Odaiba

Odaiba is an artificial island in Tokyo Bay turned into a shopping and amusement centre with lots of sightseeing spots. There are plenty of things to do here, from shopping to playing in amusement parks, and even relaxing in onsens. But I’m more of a sightseeing person, because I’m not much of an activity person, and well, […]

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Nakano Broadway – For True Otakus

Two weeks of honeymoon in Europe is a dream come true for me. In the following weeks, there will definitely be more updates of the wonderful places I have been, but this post is yet again on Tokyo. More specifically, Nakano Broadway. A true paradise for all anime lovers. Nakano Broadway is a short walk […]

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Street food hunt in Togoshi Ginza Shotengai

Togoshi Ginza may be the longest shotengai (shopping street) in Tokyo at 1.3km, but what sets Togoshi Ginza apart from other shotengai in Tokyo is not just its length, but its appearance as well. There is a visible lack of utility poles here, making the street look uncluttered and more spacious. The street is closed […]

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Rape Blossoms in Hama-rikyu Gardens – Hidden Oasis in Urban Tokyo

Hama-rikyu Gardens (浜離宮・Hama Rikyū) is only 10 minutes walk away from Tsukiji Fish Market, so if you have gone to the market early in the morning and had spent half a day exploring the area, why not drop by at the garden for some nature’s respite from the busy market? Hama-rikyu Gardens is a traditional […]

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Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum

Japan Open-Air Folk House Museum, or Nihon Minka-en, is located in Kawasaki city, which is about half hour away from Shinjuku station on the Odaikyu line. Despite it being so closely situated to Tokyo, you would feel like you are at a peaceful countryside even before reaching the museum. If you are looking for a […]

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