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Tokyo Sky Diving Experience (2014)

And after a year, it’s just now that I get to write about my sky diving experience. Okay, where should I start? Truth is, my dive wasn’t planned at all. I was just there to join my friend and so that he won’t get lost on the trip to Saitama where Honda Airport is located. […]

Sensoji Temple, my serenity place in the heart of Tokyo

Decided to go to Asakusa since It’s been a while since I last visited the temple there. And as usual, huge crowd and foreigners like me are all heading to see this popular tourist spot, the Sensoji temple. Sensoji (浅草寺, Sensōji, also known as Asakusa Kannon Temple) is a Buddhist temple located inAsakusa. It is […]

Osaka Adventure Day 3: Namba and Dotonbori Area

It’s my last day in Osaka and I’d like to see the famous Dotonbori area before I leave for my flight. I checked out in my hotel early in the morning. I had a train ride for about 10 minutes and walked for another 10 minutes til I arrived in the famous shopping street. This […]

Osaka Adventure Day 2: Universal Studios Japan

It’s my day 2! I’m starting to get used with the colder weather in Osaka. I allotted my Day 2 of my 3 – Day Adventure to visit Universal Studios Japan. Rode in to this USJ Harry Potter painted train car. It’s a 15 minute ride from Osaka Station to Universal City Station. Quite accessible for […]

Osaka Adventure Day 1: Part 2 – Umeda Sky Building

So after Osaka castle, I went back to the hotel and rest for a bit. I was planning to go to Umeda Sky Building to see a nice view of the Osaka skyline. It was raining and so there are no crowds and I’m happy about that.   This is what the building looks like […]

Osaka Adventure Day 1: Part 1 – Osaka Castle

December 31, 2014 I landed at Kansai International Airport around 9am. This starts Day 1 of my 3-Day adventure in Osaka! I went out to grab lunch at TGI Friday’s Umeda area. I had Chicken Yakitori meal which tastes really good. After walking down the streets, I decided to visit Osaka castle. Osaka castle is pretty […]

Koedo Kawagoe (Old store house district)

Introduction Koedo Kawagoe is all about the old storehouse merchant houses lined up on the streets. Kawagoe, a key location in the north of Edo (former name of Tokyo), developed as a castle town of the Kawagoe clan. Connected to Edo by the Shingashigawa River and the Kawagoe Kaido Road, people and cargo continuously came and […]

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