⛩Temples vs Shrines and where to go⛩

In this post I will introduce temples and shrines you can go to while visiting Tokyo. Obviously there are temples outside of Tokyo too so a list of those temples will be up soon. Firstly, lets go over the differences between temples and shrines as I am sure it isn’t really clear for many people…… Continue reading ⛩Temples vs Shrines and where to go⛩

🚫What not to do when you visit (logan paul)🚫 ~part 2~

This post will be more focused on the suicide forest and a bit about how Japan views mental health. You can read part 1 of this series here. Lets start with a quick question, what is the difference between Tokyo DisneyLand and the Suicide forest. One of them is a tourist attraction, the other isnt!…… Continue reading 🚫What not to do when you visit (logan paul)🚫 ~part 2~

🎄Christmas in Japan🎄

Christmas isn’t properly celebrated in Japan, and here is why. Japan isn’t necessarily a christian country (roughly only 1% of the population is Christian)and the tradition of Christmas was brought to Japan by America. So christmas is really a foreign tradition brought here and is widely accepted. But there are many things about Christmas that…… Continue reading 🎄Christmas in Japan🎄

English or Japanese

If you’re a halfie, when you are in places like airports, most of the time you will surprise staff by being able to speak Japanese. I am often approached by foreign visitors in tourist attractions asking for directions, in english, so I understand why but it just bothers me lot more than it should. My…… Continue reading English or Japanese

Countryside hotels

In Japanese countrysides, there are big hotels. And those hotels are rare but nice. Therefore, many local people would come visit for special occasions or dinners. But some of these hotels host quite extravagant events. Japanese people who live far from the city see a lot of things a bit more exaggerated than they really…… Continue reading Countryside hotels

Weather

I know weathers sounds like a very boring topic but I assure you it isn’t, especially here in Japan. Because Tokyo is built with basically 100% concrete, summer is extremely humid. More than it should be. The heat builds up on the walls of all the buildings around you and all the hot air stays…… Continue reading Weather