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Historic Mikawaya Ryokan in Hakone

How to spend 48-hours in Hakone, Japan

Take a break from the dizzying delights of Tokyo for 48-hours in Hakone, a destination pf stunning natural beauty, that’s jam-packed with culture, cuisine and adventure. Nestled in the volcanic embrace of Mount Fuji in Kanagawa Prefecture just 90-minutes south of neon-saturated Tokyo, Hakone is a popular destination for locals seeking relaxation and breathtaking scenery, […] Read more…

Haneda airport - Photo by Taro Ohtani on Unsplash

5 Ways to Get to Tokyo from Haneda Airport

So, you’ve landed at Haneda Airport, and you’re raring to start exploring Tokyo. But first you need to get to the city centre! Here’s how. First the good news! Getting to Tokyo from Haneda Airport is easy and convenient, thanks to the many transportation options available. Whether you prefer the train, bus, taxi, or rental […] Read more…

Temple Guardian Enoshima Island _ Yokohama with kids

Things to do in Yokohama with Kids

With its stunning waterfront, delightful parks, vibrant temples, and myriad family-friendly activities,Yokohama, promises an unforgettable experience for families. Located less than an hour south of ever popular Tokyo, Yokohama, Japan’s second most populous city is a destination that has a little something for everyone. From stunning gardens to theme parks and interactive museums, here are […] Read more…

Nagoya Castle © Nagoya Convention & Visitors Bureau

The best things to do in Aichi Prefecture with kids

Rustic Japanese charm, rich history, unique cuisine and mind-blowing innovation and technology mean there’s a multitude of fun and fascinating things to do in Aichi Prefecture with kids. It’s Japan’s fourth most populous town, but Nagoya, the cool capital of the Aichi Prefecture, often gets overlooked by tourists for its bigger siblings, Tokyo and Osaka. […] Read more…

Tebasaki - Nagoya Style Chicken Wings

Tebasaki – Nagoya Style Chicken Wings Recipe

The Colonel who? Forget KFC, crispy, sticky and oh-so-delicious Tebasaki (Nagoya-style chicken wings) are so popular in our house that the kids have taken to begging for them. And I’ve taken to giving in, almost as frequently. With the impending Tokyo Olympics stirring up a whole lotta memories of our travels across Japan, and lockdown […] Read more…

Things to do in Tokyo with Kids: Harajuku's Takeshita Dori

Cool and Quirky Harajuku with Kids

Harajuku, like Tokyo itself, has something of a split personality. Serene and extreme all at once, the area is home to one of Tokyo’s most important Shinto shrine as well as the city’s most out there shopping strips. In fact, Harauku is in itself a shrine… to conspicuous consumption. Only in Harajuku would you spot […] Read more…

The secret is out Tokyo DisneySea is fab for families ©Disney

Tokyo DisneySea for Kids, by kids

Whether you speak Japanese or not, that special Disney Magic won’t need translation at the extraordinary Tokyo DisneySea ®, a unique Disney park with seven exquisitely themed ports inspired by the myths, legends and lore of the sea.  Said by some to be the very best Disney Park in the World, Tokyo DisneySea, right alongside Tokyo […] Read more…

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