Kanagawa For The First TIme
Probably Japan’s most famous onsen resort is Hakone, which is under 90 mins by train from Shinjuku. There are several onsen zones here, from those by Lake Ashi, which offers a view of Mt Fuji from certain angles, to those high up in the mountains, where the spring water is milky. Taking the cable car to get to Lake Ashi and then hopping on a cruise ship that gives you a view of Mt Fuji en-route is a popular course. There are also many art museums here that are worth a visit.
Cookie Time - Where Japan and New Zealand Meet!
A few minutes’ walk from Harajuku station, take a left before the Takeshita Street sign, and you’ll find the popular Cookie Time Cookie Bar. Brought over from New Zealand in early 2014, the Cookie Time Cookie Bar has been a hotspot for natives, foreigners and
Traveling to Japan for the first time as a Type 1 Diabetic: Preparation
Hi there! My name is Aurelie Nix, you may or may not know me from the online community A Woman on the Internet, in the most likely instance that you are not familiar with AWOTI or me, let me introduce myself. I am a 26 (almost 27m yikes) years old first genera
Check out this restaurant in Kanagawa that specialises in a unique type of ramen
Who does not love ramen?! It is no exaggeration to say that there is not even an inch in Japan that is void of ramen, as you can see different types of ramen restaurants in every nook and corner. There are literally hundreds of varieties of ramen noodles avail