The inside of the restaurant had a traditional yet elegant feel to it and the thought that we might have gone somewhere that’ll blow our budget did cross my mind… my worries would be put to rest later on.
"KIDDY LAND helps keep your mind, body and soul youthful, now and forever" --- having been there, I can definitely say I felt like a kid again surrounded by all the cuteness. It is definitely paradise for kids and the kids at heart.
We visited quite a number of shrines when we were in Japan. I remember Jan saying “again?!” when I mentioned to him that we were going to check out another shrine when we were already in the middle of our trip. Haha! Meiji Jingu, however, holds a bit of a special place, as it was…
... It didn't take long for our orders to arrive. Once we got our food, the servers closed the windows of our cubicles so that we can enjoy our Ramen without any distractions.
This post will take you through a little tour and will show you some of the highlights during a visit to the Imperial Palace East Gardens in Tokyo. Enjoy!
Just a quick sneak peek to this week's blog post!❤
We stood outside the Palmers Resorts Hotel building, figuring out if we were at the right place. There were no obvious signs to say Eorzea cafe was in the same location until we saw the building floor guide to our left half covered by some plants, which confirmed that the cafe was inside . We…
Everytime Jan and I talked about going to Japan (from years ago when it was just a distant goal up to a few days before our actual trip) one thing remained constant… we were going to visit Akihabara. Akihabara is a district in Central Tokyo once famous for its many electronic shops. In more recent…
There were no direct JR trains from Tokyo station to Jimbocho as per the staff at the JR East office in Narita. Their suggestion was to take the local subway/metro from Tokyo station to Jimbocho.
In hindsight, I now realize that would have been way easier... but I was stubborn that day, feeling very determined to try to use our JR passes as much as possible even if it meant we didn't take the shortest route.
All was well and good, however, there's always that part of the trip where you run into unexpected bumps no matter how prepared you think you are. The next few minutes was one of those times.