As the highest and most famous mountain peak in Japan, climbing Mount Fuji is one of the adventures that should be on the bucket list of every traveler in Japan! Otherwise known as Fuji-san, it is an active volcano that is regarded as one of Japan’s three sacred peaks and iconic sites. Despite standing at 12,388 feet (3,776 metres) high… Read More
Japan is an island nation located in East Asia on the surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and China Sea. It has four main islands but 6850 in total.
Once the capital city, Kyoto remains the cultural and spiritual heart of Japan.With so many things to do in Kyoto like ryokans, tea houses, zen gardens and food markets, it is one of the most visited and loved cities in Japan. Known for its remarkable history and ancient traditions, Kyoto has managed to preserve its authenticity, and act as the window… Read More
“As Sayuri was standing beneath the Cherry tree, speaking to the one man she loved but could not have, a sprinkle of delicate pale pink petals fell upon them like snow…” At this point, Sebastien GRABBED the remote control, interrupting the most beautiful moment of Memoirs of a Geisha and in his French accent declared to Stefan: “One day, we too, will become a male geisha!” Male Geisha Transformation Fast… Read More
The thought of hitchhiking in Japan sounds crazy, a bit odd; yet adventurous and exciting. Why Hitchhiking in Japan? My friend, Ivan, hitchhiked and urban camped around several countries, including Japan, and I was eager to try it for myself. But I was scared. I’d have to abandon everything that was comfortable: accommodation, homemade meals, internet connection, and even warmth…. Read More
Tips to travel to Tokyo on a Budget. Tokyo. Who wouldn’t want to get lost in the head-spinning maze of neon-drenched streets? One moment you’re dazzled by the ultra-modern skyscrapers and the next, sipping green tea at a centuries-old temple, disturbed only by the soft sound of sozu. Visit Tokyo on a Budget Tokyo is a global powerhouse with an… Read More
Tokyo is an exceptionally vast city, with a culture that is embedded in etiquette and rich in history and experiences. Understanding the real Tokyo is indeed difficult to do on your own, and understanding the nuances peculiar to the Japanese way of life is highly challenging, yet ultimately totally rewarding. Discover Tokyo with a Free Guide By chance, we had seen… Read More