Tokyo

Harajuku Crepes

Harajuku Crepes

Harajuku is known not only for having the latest fashion in Japan but also for crepes. On Takeshita Street, you will see a few of these stores. My cousin said that there was a more popular store of Harajuku crepes towards the middle of the street […]

Airbnb accommodation near Harajuku

Airbnb accommodation near Harajuku

I was dreading to book a place in Tokyo since I know it would cost a bit more than other places in Japan. Our accommodations on this trip have been relatively the same on budget – 3000 pesos a night for a triple room. So, […]

Our Winter Japan Trip Itinerary

Our Winter Japan Trip Itinerary

When there’s a Japan seat sale at Cebu Pacific, my heart always skips a beat. Usually when I go to a place the second time, it’s not as amazing as the first time. Japan however, does not disappoint. We went to about 7 cities/towns. It […]

Japan Travel Budget

Japan Travel Budget

So, how much did I spend on this 7 day trip? Well, Japan’s not cheap but it’s worth it. I would probably need another source of income to make another trip. 😀 This is my Japan Travel Budget.

How to go to Narita Airport from Tokyo

How to go to Narita Airport from Tokyo

There are actually several ways you can travel to the airport. Bus, Train and Taxi are the most common. Although I saw on their website that you can travel by helicopter too which would take approximately 20 minutes but with a hefty price tag of […]

Yayoiken

Yayoiken

Since I knew we were stopping at Ueno on our way back to our hotel, we decided to have dinner here at Yayoiken. I saw this particular place on the Ueno Wikitravel article under Budget eats. We were convinced on the description – with all […]

Studio Ghibli Museum

Studio Ghibli Museum

It has long been my dream to visit the Studio Ghibli Museum since I’m such a huge fan of Hayao Miyazaki’s work.

Ueno

Ueno

We decided to check out Ueno since we were going to transfer here anyway towards our next destination. It’s one of the major stations probably next to Tokyo and Shinjuku. We ventured out and walked around Ameyayokocho Market.

Ginza

Ginza

Ginza is known to be the upscale shopping district of Tokyo. A lot of upscale shopping stores can be found here. This is where I spend the most money shopping in Japan and we only had time for one store which was a good thing.

Tsukiji Market

Tsukiji Market

The biggest fish market in the world is closing down in 2013 and will be relocating and will open in 2014. So, this was my chance to see it for the last time as it had been for the past 78 years.