Category Archive: Japan

JAPAN DIARY: Kyoto (Moga Moga Café, Fushimi Inari-taisha, Bamboo Grove, Gion)

  When speaking about Kyoto there is obviously one thing that always pops up. Sightseeing. Of course we did some of it but not before having a calm and cozy breakfast. Thanks to… Continue reading

JAPAN DIARY: Kyoto (Nishiki Market & Machiya Rental)

For our 2 night stay in Kyoto, we had booked a restored traditional Kyo-Machiya via Airbnb. When we arrived at Kyoto station, our lovely host Tomomi (Minne) was waiting for us to pick-up our… Continue reading

JAPAN DIARY : Travelling With The Shinkansen Bullet Train

After our one-night stay in Tokyo, our next destination was Kyoto. Prior to our trip, we had purchased the Japan Rail Pass (also called JR Pass), a universal train ticket that is issued by… Continue reading


  I still owe you the remaining part of our Japan travel diary. As the weather is currently particularly boring here (cold, dark and rainy, arghh), I thought it’s the perfect moment to… Continue reading


I still remember why we chose to stay a couple of days on Zamami island. Being a paradise for snorkelling and whale watching (though only from January until March), Zamami island was also… Continue reading


There is a reason why we decided to book a trip to Okinawa. A couple of weeks before going on our Japan trip, we felt more like a relaxing beach vacation so we… Continue reading

Japan Diary: Tokyo (Daikanyama, Shibuya, Kamiyamacho, Yojogi Park )

Planning our trip was so much easier thanks to our friend Doriana. Having spent her honeymoon travelling through Japan, she had such great in-depth knowledge which she had put in one compact email. It was so… Continue reading

Strolling Around in Shibuya / Tokyo (Video)

Before I share our detailed travel map with all the who, what, when, where and whys, I would like to begin with a quick video from our first walk through Shibuya / Tokyo.… Continue reading

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