It was my first time in Hiroshima after being in Japan for so long. I don’t know why I didn’t prioritised visiting this city before. We’ve all heard in our history classes that the first atomic bomb was dropped by The United States in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Aside from playing and feeding the deers at Nara koen / park, there are so much more things to-do in Nara. I’ve been to Nara twice (summer and autumn) but I just can’t get over it yet.
Hi guys! It’s been a while since my last personal post here, I was in a middle of a cross road, between continuing to write about “personal” stuff here or just maintain all the travel articles. Of course I wanted to keep the travel theme going but at the same time I really enjoy all blabbering in written form. Continue Reading
I can’t really remember the exact time I first visited Kyoto. It might be around 10 years ago? It never lose its magic to me.
I’ve written Niigata as one of the cities I would want to visit this year since my sister is currently working there but it seems like it won’t happen this trip. My family already planned to go to Kyoto and Tokyo and of course I want to be with them. Although, I would want to see more places such as Hokkaido and Nagasaki by May (my birthday month), nothing is final yet. Let’s cross our fingers together for that. For now, check out the rest of my travel bucket list destinations here.
Tadaima! (I’m home!) Back in Hyogo-ken (prefecture). Fun fact: I’ve lived in Japan for about 6 years and 3/4 of it was spent here in Hyogo-ken. But where is Hyogo-ken? Most of the people who ask don’t know much about it so as an introvert whenever I’m asked “where do you live?”, I’d usually just say Osaka or Kobe. Haha! Introvert problems. I don’t really like explaining things over and over. Anyway since this is a blog, I’ll answer your question properly in this post.
Hi guys! I just got back to Japan last Wednesday with my grandparents and I’m going to stay here this spring. Imagine my excitement as a big fan of the colour pink, flowers and in general the season of spring. First things first, what snacks to buy?
My staple travel must-visit are cafes. I sometimes skip all the historical sites (like what we did in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) but I’ll never skip on visiting cute / instagrammable cafes. Of course, we have to eat! It’s always a bonus to find cafes with pretty interiors but good coffee is a must!