In May, Japan still enjoys blooming season of lots of flowers. So, those who do not finalize itinerary, these are the place you might enjoy stunning flower view. Rikugien, Azalea Yumi Washioさん(@visitus_japan)がシェアした投稿 – 2017 4月 28 4:14午後 PDT Japanese garden from Edo era with 30 varieties of azaleas End of April to beginning of May Tokyo,…

As Japan consist of many islands, it is no wander that ferries had taken a major role of transportation between islands until bullet train emerged. While some of the routs discontinued anymore, many have worked for carrying containers, vehicles and passenger. Ferry companies earn most of their profit from cargos, but they devote their passion…

When you think about traveling Tokyo, probably Shibuya, Asakusa, Ginza or Roppongi sit the first choice. Even for Japanese Meguro District seems like the place to live not to visit. Well, those who love Vin Naturel, Meguro is the sanctuary. Many restaurants and bars serving Vin Naturel concentrate in this district.  And most of cases,…

Just driving to the beloved aquarium? Actually there are many places you’d better to stop by. If you like antique furniture, driving along route 58 from Ginowan to Chatan is optional. They typically sell old American products, because they situate close to American base. Also, there are shops selling local made furnitures. It must be…

Visit Shikoku Pilgrimage temples Follow in the footstep of the 8th century’s Buddhist monk Kukai. In Muroto, there are three of 88 Shikoku Pilgrimage temples. And also there is the cave called Mikurodo where Kukai underwent training. He could see only sky and sea from the cave, so he named himself Ku(sky)-Kai(sea). for Shikoku Pilgrimage…