A trip to Japan certainly isn’t complete without seeing the Sumo, and watching a tournament in the traditional arena is one life experience I’m glad to have had.
..it engaged every sense and emotion. It was the essence of Japan – Robin Trento I love a bit of retail therapy as much as the next girl but one […]
Harajuku is a small district in Shibuya, in the area surrounding the train station, and is internationally known as the centre of Japanese youth culture and fashion and is Tokyo’s ‘Kawaii’ […]
Singing your heart out to your favourite ballads in a private themed karaoke room, complete with three course meal and unlimited drinks. Sound like your ideal night out? Then karaoke […]
With so much to see out in Hakone, we set aside an entire day in order to see as much as possible (up before the sun at 6am and home long after 9pm). Some highlights from […]
Opening in 1958, this structure is known as the symbol of Tokyo, serving as both a telecommunications hub and tourist attraction. It houses two observation decks, Tokyo Omiyage (Souvenir) Town, […]
The next few blog posts feature some of my favourite things from a trip to Tokyo back in 2012 (that never made it to the blog before now). Because one […]