5D4N in Okinawa Road Trip (From Nago to Naha: Part 3)

As we had to return our rented car to the rental car company which was located in Naha, we’d decided that it was better to stay a night in Naha and continue our sightseeing in Naha. Naha is a relatively compact town easily accessible by public transport, so it was not a problem getting around […]

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5D4N Okinawa Road Trip (From Nago to Naha: Part 2)

Before I begin on today’s blog post, I just want to add that the news of Shuri Castle being razed to the ground deeply saddened me, and I pray that Okinawa will soon be able to rebuild the beautiful castle that symbollises their rich and unique heritage which is so unlike the other parts of […]

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5D4N Okinawa Road Trip (From Nago to Naha: Part 1)

Okinawa is a resort paradise for beach lovers who love tropical heat, splashing about in the ocean, and burying their feet in sun-kissed sand. I unfortunately, fall in neither of these categories. Almost every Japanese I know abhor the winter cold and strive in hot summer, and are avid beach lovers, including DH. If you […]

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Nemophila Sea in Hitachi Seaside Park

Seeing the sea of baby blue nemophila in Hitachi Seaside Park is one of my many to-see/do things on my never-ending bucket list, and I was tremendously blessed to be able to see the ocean of blue under a brilliant blue sky. Hitachi Seaside Park  (ひたち海浜公園, Hitachi Kaihin Kōen), located in Ibaraki prefecture, is an […]

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Sakura – Ephemeral Beauty of Life and Childhood

I know, it’s way past cherry blossom period, even past spring. We are already entering into the tsuyu (rainy period) now. But I have taken so many captivating shots of sakura that I want to share, and it’s better late than never, right? I really wanted to upload earlier, but couldn’t manage to because of, […]

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The Wintry Heart of Hakodate – Day 3

It’s been a long while since my last update, due to my bad habit of procrastination and just simply lazing and enjoying my time in spring. I took photos of so many flowers that my camera is turning into a flower album. Next post will definitely be on flowers. Perhaps a much delayed cherry blossom […]

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The Wintry Heart of Hakodate – Day 2

On the second day, before we begun our exploration, we gave our stomachs a wonderful treat for breakfast at the Hakodate Morning Market, which is only one minute away from Hakodate station, and opens daily from 5am to noon (6am in winter). The market had all the feel of the old Tsukiji market sans the […]

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