In this post I describe some options for how you get to Dazaifu Tenmangu shrine. There are a couple of ways make this trip. Head over to my post about Dazaifu to read more about the shrine.
Fukuoka Tower is a 234 meter (768ft) tall tower on the west side of central Fukuoka city. It’s a tower which works only as an observation deck for tourists.
Hakata Port Tower is a radio tower in Fukuoka with a free observation deck. Strangely Hakata Port Tower is little known and not well visited as Fukuoka Tower runs with most of the visitors despite lines and entry cost. In this post I will show you Hakata Port Tower which is one of my favorite …
Japan Rail Pass (Click here to buy JR Pass) is one of the best deals you can get your hands on if you are going to visit Japan. In this post I will explain why JR Pass is so good, how to choose the right one, and how to order it.
Tokyo doesn’t lack observation decks and platforms. There are many popular places where you can have a look at Tokyo from above, but did you know that you actually don’t need to pay to get a good view down on the city?
The Robot Restaurant in Tokyo. Sensory overload is the first thing that comes to my mind when trying to describe this experience. The robot restaurant experience is one of the weirdest and craziest experiences you can have in Tokyo if you ask me.
In Tokyos “nerd paradise”, the shopping center Nakano Broadway, you can have a gigantic 8 flavor ice cream. Not only is it huge, but it has 8 different tastes and colors.
Yes, it is possible to visit japan on a budget. Japan is wrongfully known for being an expensive vacation destination. In this post I will try to make a sample budget for a vacation in Japan. The numbers are roughly based on my own experience and the expenses I’ve had in connection with my own …
Himeji Castle, also called “White Heron Castle”, is the most visited castle in Japan. In 2015 Himeji Castle was visited by almost 3 million people. That is a really impressive number of visitors. So after seeing a few photos online we didn’t hesitate to get of our Shinkansen train in Himeji, when we were transferring …
You wouldn’t think that taking the bus should be one of the more confusing parts of your trip around Japan, but if it is the first time you board a public Japanese bus you may be surprised by these 5 things: