Japan Travel Guides

Yufuin Travel Guide

Yufuin Travel Guide

If you’re looking for a nice town to enjoy hot spring in Japan, I’d recommend visiting Yufuin (由布院 – 湯布院). Located approximately 10 km from Beppu, Oita (another famous onsen destination), Yufuin – 湯布院 is a lovely onsen resort that you can easily spend a day discovering. In this article, you can find tips on Yufuin […]

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Book and Bed Tokyo Asakusa – A Bookworm Paradise

Have you ever dreamed of sleeping in a bookstore, or being surrounded by books all the time? Book and Bed Tokyo Asakusa is a “Bookstore to stay”, and offers you all these experiences. With an interesting concept, this hostel is definitely a great place to stay in Tokyo for book lovers and travelers who are […]

A Complete Guide to Huis Ten Bosch – A little Netherlands in Japan

Have you ever thought about visiting Holland in Japan? I guess not, right? No one visits Japan and thinks “Oh we should take a canal tour and observe the beauty of tulip field”. Honestly, I didn’t, either. I didn’t imagine that one day I would visit “Amsterdam” in Japan, but I went there. If you’re […]

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What’s it like to live in Beppu, Japan as an expat?

Welcome to Expat Interview Series! In each week, you will get to know what it’s like to live in a city as an expat. The purpose of this series is to help YOU, yes YOU, to understand the city from an expat’s viewpoint. Therefore, you can make better decisions before moving to a new place. […]

First time in Tokyo: How my first solo trip to Tokyo changed my life?

A group of Female travel bloggers prompts me an interesting idea to write within 1 hour about a travel event that changed my perspective on life. ONE HOUR. Yes, you’re reading correctly! I normally need more than 5 hours for an article, so it’s surely interesting to challenge myself to write in a fast-speed. About […]

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Goodbye Vietnam…. and Hello Japan

It’s time to say goodbye to my sweet summer vacation in Vietnam and officially finished my exchange period in Denmark. I’m on the way to go back to Japan to continue my 4th year Bachelor at my home university. It has been a great year traveling around Europe and my home country – Vietnam. I will miss […]

Eat like a local: Top 10 Japanese foods to try!

Lived in Japan for 2 years and worked in Japanese hospitality and tourism industry, I’m in love with Japanese cuisine and culture. Japanese culinary is not only special for its delicious dishes but also for the decoration and service. In this article, I will introduce 10 Japanese foods that you cannot miss. 1. Sushi(寿司) Sushi […]

7 Things you should try in Fukuoka

Last week, I had a short 2-day trip to Fukuoka with my friends. Although it’s not my first time to this most populous city of Kyushu area,  Fukuoka surprises me every time with its charming and beauty. If you have a chance to visit Fukuoka, here are  7 things you definitely should try.   1.Motsunabe […]

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7 ways to travel on a budget to Tokyo

Travel on a budget to Tokyo

Many people think that Japan is very expensive, and Tokyo, a heart of Japan, should be extremely expensive, isn’t it? It’s true that Japan is expensive compared to other Asian countries, but it’s pretty normal if you compare the price to European countries. In this article, I will show you how to travel on a […]