After finally getting to the hotel in Osaka and dropping my luggage there, I decided to explore the underground city, Umeda Underground Area, a real city underground where you can find everything!
After a restless night, people snoring, packing during the night, etc, it was my turn to wake up early and even a few minutes before the alarm went of. I packed everything and I double checked if I hadn’t left anything behind, and back to the train station! It was time to visit Koyasan, in… Continue reading Visiting Koyasan and the Okunoin Graveyard
Another day, and again, time to move! It was nice to stay a few nights without having to pack again, but it was time to move to the next city. Kyoto indeed it is a fantastic city, with a lot of history, cosmopolitan, a very good connection with nature! It was a strange first impact,… Continue reading Exploring the Temples of Nara in two days
Some cities deserve several days to be properly explored, and a visit to Kyoto requires at least 4 days and a lot of walking. Some proper planning is also advised, as there is so much to see that you will need to prioritize what you don’t want to miss. After so much walking and many… Continue reading A visit to Kyoto in 4 Days to Explore the Temples and Districts
The hiking the day before was tough, plus all the walking around, so after my long hot shower I slept like a baby for several hours until 5:30 am. I packed my stuff, I had my breakfast and I went to the train station to head to Kurashiki. Honestly, I almost scratched Kurashiki from my… Continue reading Kurashiki, probably Japan’s cutest town
Another long day ahead, I set the alarm for 5am, to take one of the first ferries to Miyajima and enjoy the day properly without having to run. With time for a small hike and maybe bike. And that kind of happened… I indeed woke up at 5 am, I double checked the flyer with the… Continue reading Exploring Miyajima and Hiking Mount Misen in one day
It was time to wake up, I get my phone and I see that it is 4:44, my alarm would ring in one minute, no need to try to sleep longer… I just had to get ready to go to Hiroshima. I had my shower, got my stuff and I went to the train station… Continue reading Visiting Hiroshima and the Peace Memorial Museum
Every travel starts with the preparation, mine was close to none. I searched for places to visit in Japan, what to see, festivals, etc. And I wrote a draft of what I want to do, but I just did one booking and nothing else. Why? I never been in Japan, every single thing will be… Continue reading Districts of Tokyo, exploring the city in a few days