Before we move on to my other adventures, let’s cap off the coverage of my winter 2014 trip to Japan by going over the flight back home.
Not much to report for the last few hours of my winter journey across Japan, but I’m not one to leave a day undocumented.
Diego dearly loves his meat, but he’s no stranger to meatless cuisine (especially on Veg Fridays). Today, let’s have a look at one of Tōkyō’s better-known places of refuge for […]
We’re on the last leg of Diego’s winter visit to Japan. There isn’t much more left to say, so let’s start rounding things off by looking at how I spent […]
Today, we’re off to see one of Japan’s finest railway museums – stocked with trains, trains, trains, as far as the eye could see.
Regular readers might be scratching their heads over the “mini” prefix in this post’s title, but I’ll have more to say on that later. For the moment, the task at […]
There’s more to Nagoya than its famous castle – and more than I can hope to see in just one day. No worries, we’ll hit a couple of other sights […]
Another day, another castle. Diego travels to the historic city of Nagoya and visits one of its most prominent landmarks.
Old-fashioned onsen bathing is an experience one normally associates with resort towns or rustic mountain hideaways, but Matsuyama’s own hot spring district brings the experience a little closer to downtown.
All right, I’ll admit it: I’m a castle nut. Not once in my several visits to Japan have I ever failed to visit at least one of these striking symbols […]