How to travel write.
1) Think of something that’s unique or something that’s never really been covered.
2) Go out (if you can) and experience it for yourself. 110 more words
3 weeks ago
In the summer of 2015, Japan will be welcoming 30 000 Scouts from all over the world to the 23rd World Scout Jamboree.
The World Scout Jamboree is the largest regular event organised by the Scout Movement, and takes place every four years. 493 more words
Time with some loved ones during a traditional lunch and after we go through lots of unfamiliar faces around Tokyo then Ginza and load of famous brands. 890 more words
1 month ago
Let’s now head on to continue the next part — As for the intro photo, that’s me exiting the forest that contains the Meiji shrine. … 539 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
You’ll see the Torii (Japanese gate) to Meiji Shrine where people bow after entering it. Meiji Jingu Shrine in Yoyogi.
Day three, April 24, Friday. (part one) 551 more words
As I said in my previous post here, I’ll be sharing an experience that still tickles my curiosity about an unexpected Japanese trait experience. 405 more words
Above is a photo my dad took of the Metropolitan Museum, unfortunately, we didn’t get to check out what it has to offer along with the National Museum of Nature and Science. 568 more words