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7 People, 6 Hours

In a car. We all made it. But it was touch and go.
The Coles, the Mini Maduras and I piled into our behemoth of a van (which is large to drive but doesn’t feel large inside when stuffed full) and we piloted our way to Hiroshima. 145 more words


A Tiny Village in the Japan Alps

Torigoe is one of my favorite places in the world. A charming little town nestled into the foothills of Mt. Haku and the Japanese Alps, it is full of stunning natural beauty, grandmas and grandpas tending to their rice fields and vegetable gardens, and a whole tribe of wild monkeys! 103 more words


JAPAN TRAVELOGUE| Kanagawa Temple Run

On my first day in Japan, Teru took me around Kanagawa to see some beautiful temples in the area. I had no idea what to expect, but boy was I impressed. 71 more words


Let's Go To Japan!

It’s getting to be the time in our assignment here where we are finally getting visitors!  We are definitely ready to see some familiar faces and share some of our favorite things about our life in Japan.   759 more words


Bathing in beverages

As if the wine bath was not mind-boggling enough, Yunessun also lets you bath in Japanese sake(rice wine), green tea and coffee.

Coffee bath

The coffee bath was my favourite in terms of the aroma. 253 more words


Asakusa, Senso-ji and Kappabashi Kitchen Street

A continuation of our Kanazawa trip.

After our short Kanazawa trip, we took the train from Kanazawa to Tokyo. We only had 1 night, so we couldn’t do a whole lot, but we were able to enjoy a few things in the Tokyo Station area and surroundings. 597 more words


Kanazawa & Hyakumangoku Festival

金沢 Kanazawa is located in Ishikawa prefecture 石川県.

百万石祭 Hyakumangoku Matsuri: The Hyakumangoku Festival is held in commemoration of Lord Maeda Toshiie’s entry into Kanazawa castle on 14th June, 1583 (Tensho 11) which laid the foundations of the present day Kanazawa. 1,018 more words