Currently Browsing: Asakusa
There are so many things to do in Tokyo (I compiled 100, to be exact). But if you want to dig deeper into local districts, such as central Harajuku and Shibuya or Shibamata on the outskirts, why not take a closer look at Asakusa? Boasting ancient temples and shrines, you don’t need to wonder what […]
Japan is one of my favourite countries. The local food is amazing, fashion so kawaii, its temple and flower festivals so vibrant, streets are clean, people friendly… I could go on an on. But one thing travel photographers will appreciate is how photogeni Japan is. So here are my 20 favourite photos of Japan with […]
The capital of Japan is a hub of eccentricities, a clash of old and new, a whirlwind adventure and a place for everything kawaii and innovative. There are many ways to describe it but if you are wondering what to do in Tokyo in 5 days, here are my five cents. (In total, I have […]
I never knew I would ever do this in my life. Another thing to tick off my imaginary bucketlist, right after I add it to ceremoniously strike it through. Carrying a god isn’t something you do every day. Especially a god that is not of your religion.