Looking for a new area of Japan to explore? It’s time to travel to Shizuoka a wonderful area of Japan. Culinary travellers won’t be disappointed!
Learn all about the history and many different ways you can make use of matcha in Uji, the homeplace of tea in Japan. Even this coffee loving queen found a delicious style of green tea to bring home.
The most marvellous experience of making your very own kawaii bento box in Tokyo. No more bento box stress and worry, this class teaches you bento box magic. Making your very own lunch super kawaii and make everyone super jealous like it’s 1999.
Love Hello Kitty? Then you need to visit Sanrio Puroland on your next Japan Adventures. This kawaii experience won’t leave you disappointed at all.
Travelling to Japan and not sure how to manage your money? Let us show you the most affordable way to travel in Japan. You can thank me later
Experiencing a day in Kimono in Kyoto. One of the most fascinating and unique experiences to have when visiting Kyoto, Japan
If you’re travelling to Japan you’ll want the easiest to use wi-fi device. One that stays connected, is Instagram friendly and won’t break your bank account. We tested this little device and were so impressed we wanted to tell you all about it.
When we think of Japan a stunning image of slow dropping cherry blossoms, overlooked by the wonder of Mt Fuji comes to mind. Without a doubt, the springtime in Japan is utterly gorgeous. But what about the white, snow-filled winter wonderland that Japan becomes?...
With less than 24 hours to get a taste of Tokyo time was tight and so was the budget. So much to see and do yet so little time. Spending a valuable hour in an owl cafe seemed like a very legit and adult activity to do in celebration of my big 3-0 birthday. ~Warning~...
Tokyo, the city that never sleeps. It's the perfect city for a quick stop over, eating some delicious food and stocking up on all the kawaii things. Yes, you will soon learn to love vending machines. eating late at night and being super squished on crowded trains. So...