Our trip to Tokyo was one of our most ambitious trips yet! For starters, we had absolutely no plans to actually go to Tokyo when we first headed out this way – we actually were only ever meant to go to Seoul. As with any good travel plan, after a few glasses of wine with … Continue Reading

Japan is one of those countries that always calls to me. I’m not sure if it’s the country’s strong culture, iconic cities or beautiful landscapes but there are so many of the best things to do in Japan that are totally unique… and very tasty to boot! To be honest, I just can’t fully put … Continue Reading

Tokyo is one of the most iconic cities in the world and one of the buzzing cities to visit in Japan. That being said, it’s a totally vast city with so many of the best things to do in Tokyo scattered all across the different neighbourhoods.  Far-flung from its small fishing town image (about 200 … Continue Reading

There is a reason that Kyoto is one of Japan’s top cities to visit when exploring the country. As a city, it’s pretty vast and there’s a whole heap of amazing places to see and the best things to do in Kyoto when you visit. In fact, you’ll be spoilt for choice!  Truth be told, … Continue Reading

Japan is a pretty incredible country to explore, with so many incredible places to see. That being said, Japan also has a huge mix of amazing cities to visit that you should definitely make time to explore. This is why I want to share some of the very best things to do in Osaka on … Continue Reading

Tokyo is one incredible metropolis that’s got everything from historic temples, beautiful shrines, delicious food and whole mountains of all things kawaii! It’s one of those cities that you’re almost guaranteed to fall in love with. It’s not until you’ve been to Tokyo that you can comprehend how vast the city is. It’s huge! I’m used … Continue Reading

Amongst other places of course… If there ever was a place in Tokyo that looks and feels exactly like everything the movies, on TV or in photos, it’s definitely Akihabara (also known as Electric Town). We decided to start off our day though at Sensō-ji; one of the most important temples in Tokyo, with pitstops … Continue Reading

New day = new and exciting parts of Tokyo just waiting to be explored! On our 2nd day here, we decided to head over to the Harajuku for all things kitsch and kawaii (*i.e. cute) but before that, a bit of local culture and history and a search for that famed Japanese cherry blossom 🌸🌸🌸 … Continue Reading

Swiftly following on from my photo diary on Tokyo, here’s what we got up to on our first day in Tokyo. Now that I think about it, considering how we’d spent half of the day travelling and settling into the city, we only had half of the day left to explore the city and we certainly … Continue Reading

If you’ve been on our Instagram, Twitter or Facebook lately, you’ll probably have noticed that we’ve been to Japan – more specifically, Tokyo and I’ve got to say, this city is everything we’d hoped it would be and more. The trip came about as something of a last minute whim-after-wine with friends as we saw … Continue Reading

Tokyo is one of the largest cities in all the world, filled with incredible gardens, soaring skyscrapers and enough karaoke bars to make even the most well-oiled vocal cords sore. As a bustling metropolis, Tokyo really has some epic places to rest your head, especially if you’re looking for somewhere a little more quirky! We’ve … Continue Reading

Kobe is well known, the world over, for it’s amazing beef… amongst other thing. Here are 10 fun things to get up to in Kobe! How cute is that animation??? I found this on a blog I’m now totally obsessed with called Japan Lover and if you’re in even the slightest bit taken by image above, … Continue Reading

Kyoto tends to conjure up images of tranquil shrines (hence why it is know as the city of a 1,000 shrines) with the most hues of flora and is a hugely popular tourist destination in Japan. If you were planning on visiting Japan, my guess is that you’ve already made a mental note to add … Continue Reading

Chiba always reminds me of friends/friendship but not for the reasons you’d think. My friend is called Chiba (it’s actually his surname) and so whenever I think of the city, I tend to think of one person. That is perhaps the most random beginning to any blog post but hopefully, the rest of it is … Continue Reading