Need to find a place to eat in Osaka? Here are restaurants broken up by regions in Osaka. Continue Reading →
When the first atomic bomb was dropped over Hiroshima (広島) on August 6, 1945, the city became known worldwide for this unenviable distinction. The destructive power of the bomb was tremendous and obliterated nearly everything within a two kilometer radius.
Hiroshima is known for 3 things – its tragic history, the oysters and okonomiyaki. Hiroshima has Japan’s largest number of okonomiyaki shops serving its 100,000 residents. Continue Reading →
Osaka (大阪, Ōsaka) is home to nearly 9 million people with an economy that exceeds both Hong Kong and Thailand. Osaka is known for modern architecture, shopping, nightlight and of course, delicious food. Check out the lists of things to do and eat while in Osaka.
Tokyo (東京) is Japan’s capital and mixes the ultramodern with traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. There’s an unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining. Here’s a 1 or 2 day itinerary of Tokyo featuring modern Tokyo on the west side and traditional Tokyo on the east side.
Nara is famous for all the deer that roam freely in the city parks and historic temples. It’s a compact and small town which is walkable, about 6-8 KM depending on the attractions you choose to visit. Alternatively, buses connect to all the main sights. Continue Reading →
I just purchased 100% pure lemon essential oil from Saje Wellness this weekend and I’ve been doing research on how I can use it. Turns out, it’s amazing and can do pretty much anything! Everyone should have a bottle of lemon essential oil handy.
This was my first time attending CTA (Call to Action) Conference and it was such a great experience! I’ve attended many conference and even planned my own and I can honestly say this was a great, well-organized, high quality content conference. Continue Reading →
“Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
– Albert Einstein
Cute, 60’s style decorated bakery with moist and delicious cupcakes, cakes, and pudding. Continue Reading →
Many museums will have admission prices listed online and on top of the cashier and it looks very official so many tourists do not question it and pay the full amount, but often, the fine print will state that it is actually “suggested general admission”. Continue Reading →