Traveling with babies in Japan -Getting on Trains in Tokyo-
Travelling in Japan with kids is fun and memorable but as there are so many commuters and most of them are always in a rush, it can be quite stressful. Here is my experience.
Japan Tourism Agency Introduces Japanese Manner
Japan Tourism Agency has published short videos that shows how Japanese people expect the foreign tourists to behave when they come to Japan. They are funny and even work for Japanese tourists.
Where to get good Wagashi in Tokyo – Osakaya –
Do you love wagashi? There are so many sweets shops in Tokyo but I´d recommend you to try Osakaya, which has a long history and once served wagashi to the Royal Family. It´s worth visiting during your stay in Tokyo.
Traditional customs kept in the islands of Japan until now -Okinoshima –
There are islands in Japan where old traditional customs are still strictly kept. One of them is Okinoshima located in the middle of Genkai Sea.
Drink and eat vinegar at Osuya in Tokyo
Do you love trying new taste and always look for a new challenge? Then try Osuya. They are specialised in vinegar and you can do a vinegar tasting, which changes your idea about vinegar.
Art writer from Japan bites Europe 3 – Brussels and Antwerp, Belgium
Chisai Fujita´s Europe art review 3. She is now in Brussels and Antwerp in Belgium. Let´s see how she take a bite.
Art Writer from Japan Bites Europe 2 – Barcelona, Spain
Art writer Chisai Fujita´s Europe report 2 is from Barcelona. She met a Japanese artist, Mari Ito in this Historical city of Spain.
Art Writer from Japan Bites Europe 1 – Horsens, Denmark –
Art journalist/writer, Chisai Fujita´s Europe art trip. This is the first bite, Horsens in Denmark. Enjoy the art trip with Chisai.
Dip yourself in the chocolate bath in Hakone on the St. Valentine´s Day
St. Valentine´s Day is coming soon and it´s all about chocolate in Japan. A spa resort in Hakone prepares you a chocolate bath with real chocolate sauce. Do you want to try?
Jizo in the sky of Tokyo
When I saw a sign “jizo” in the middle of Ginza in Tokyo, I had a doubt. Because of that, I had to see it. When I came out the roof top of the department store, there was nothing but the sky of Tokyo and this jizo.