Trip Moment Recommendations
Endless fields of lavenders 🌹🌸💐🌺
Welcome to Farm Tomita, where vibrant fields of lavender, and other colorful blooms stretch as far as the eye can see. Located in the picturesque Furano region of Hokkaido, Japan, this floral paradise is a testament to nature's artistry. Stroll through fields painted in hues of purple, pink, and red, where the air is fragrant with the sweet scent of flowers. Don't miss the charming lavender and flower gardens, bursting with life and color. Farm Tomita is not just a farm; it's a sensory journey through the wonders of nature. Whether you're admiring the breathtaking landscapes or picking up some exquisite lavender products, you'll find tranquility and beauty in every corner. Discover the allure of Hokkaido's floral gem at Farm Tomita.
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Get Your Perfect Photos at Osaka Umeda Sky
🇯🇵 Did I not mention the Osaka Umeda Sky Building to you? You'll be amazed by the number of times you can ascend and descend the escalator tunnel just to capture that perfect shot. And that's even before we paid for the entrance ticket.
Of course, since you're here, you absolutely must visit the sky roof as well. It's not just about getting amazing pictures, but also about experiencing a breathtaking view that you don't get to see at ground level. It's truly spectacular. While I didn't manage to capture the perfect shots, the overall experience was mesmerizing and more than satisfying.
📍Umeda Sky Building
1 Chome-1-88 Oyodonaka,
Kita Ward, Osaka, 531-6023, Japan
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Kimono Day at Asakusa Sensoji Temple Tokyo
Let me share with you my favourite day in Japan is when I wore a Traditional Kimono for the first time! The photos may not all be perfect; some might even be hilariously awkward. However, each one holds significant sentimental value for me.
It was a full day of walking around in our kimonos. We started at the Kimono Rental place call 着物レンタル 蓮-REN in the morning for the fitting. Our package includes hairstyling and a full day rental kimono set (up till evening), which cost us around 6000 yen which is a pretty reasonable price, I must say. We didn't want to let our lovely hairstyles go to waste. If it weren't for the encouragement of my travel-mate, I probably wouldn't have ventured out on trains and explored different places in my kimono, struggling with those traditional Japanese slippers but it was definitely worthwhile. Haha!
If you like exploring beautiful places for insta-worthy shot, go to this stretch of road near Zojoji Temple, where we took photos with Tokyo Tower in the background. If you're interested, feel free to look it up on Google maps.
P.S. Be ready to be a Kimono mascot when you’re there, took so many pictures with random tourist requesting us to be in their photos.
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When I came here on a solo trip last year during the autumn season, I pondered what would it looks like if the entire onsen town is covered in snow. I’ve seen many photos online and it’s dreamy.
I was lucky enough to get to visit this Studio Ghibli-inspired onsen town again. And just like how I imagined it to be, a snow wonderland.
This town is located in a secluded area in Obanazawa, Yamagata. It’s quite a travel to get there but nothing stops an explorer like me. It was worth it ❄️
There’s only one restaurant near the onsen town, and there’s a long waiting line.
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A snowboarders and skiers’ haven, Zao Onsen in Yamagata is famous for “snow monsters” as the trees turn into huge monster-like shapes during deep winter.
We initially planned to snowboard here but couldn’t as I was still healing from my knee injury. So, we decided to take the ropeway to the top for the night illumination, buuuuut it was -10C, we were underdressed, and the strong gusts of wind were unbearable.
There are many hot springs around the town, and without a doubt, we submerged ourselves in one of the delightful outdoor onsens.
Urrrrgh! I’ll definitely come back ❄️❤️
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100 years old Onsen hostel!
I stayed here during my two weeks trip in November, less than ten minutes walking from Itō station, the place is super clean, great price plus the Onsen is included, you're staying literally on the most important building in the city and is so beautifully designed. Is like living in a piece of history.
Also they offer free coffee and tea 🍵 ☕
Also there is a black sand beach just few minutes away, supermarkets and convknisnce stores.
Address - 12-13 Higashimatsubaracho, Itō, Shizuoka 414-0022
Ambiance/Facilities - private and shared rooms, Onsen with natural hot springs ♨
Highlights - staff is super friendly and helpful, Onsen is very clean and relaxing, since is private there was no people when I used it
Avg. Price per Person - 19 usd
Rating - 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
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A blast experience in USJ!
First things first, never miss to get some capture in front of the signature entrance! Cause it’s really iconic to someone who visiting this place.
Yes, the area was crowded but it’s nice day to hangout with friends! Also, got a lot of rules to follow. But I don’t mind, as long as i can enjoy myself here.
If you like extreme things, you should try the cool rides and visit the attractions here. From kids to adults, everything suitable for you to have fun. It’s gonna be a long day to discover the place.
Surely, this can be one of my favourite universal studios. Highly recommended! Will come again. Bye-bye Japan!
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Meiji Shrine, Tokyo
#gooutside - Enjoy Yoyogi Park and Visit The Meiji Shrine
Location : 1-1 Yoyogikamizonocho, Shibuya City, Tokyo 151-8557, Japan
The Meiji Shrine is an internationally renowned Shinto shrine in Shibuya, Tokyo. Travellers from all around the world will flock to this shrine as well as the adjacent Yoyogi Park..
Enter the park via the wooden Ootorii Gate which stands at 12 meters tall and 17.1 meters wide. This is a fabulous instagram worthy pitstop and its sheer size is so breathtaking which speaks volumes of the sacredness of the Meiji Shrine within. Take a hearty trek through the park and enjoy the tranquil surrounding nature. Breathe in the fresh air from the beautiful forestry and along the way, you will pass by the famous display of the Kazaridaru sake barrels which is another photography hotspot.
At the shrine, visitors can take part in typical Shinto activities, such as making offerings at the main hall, buying Japanese charms and amulets or writing out one's wish on an ema too. You can take a small sip of the natural spring water at the water well and also wash your face as an act of spiritual cleansing too.
A must visit location when you are in Tokyo and is easily accessible from Harajuku Station.
Note : Remember to wear appropriate footwear and attire and bring along sunglasses / cap if necessary. Keep yourself properly hydrated as you trak through the park.
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Shibuya Crossing - Busiest Street of World
Shibuya Crossing is best known for the incredible 'scamble' that occurs every time the traffic lights turn red, stopping all vehicles in every direction to allow a huge wave of pedestrians to flood into the intersection for a few moments. As a major commercial and finance center, it houses two of the busiest railway stations in the world, Shinjuku Station and Shibuya Station. As of April 1, 2022, it has an estimated population of 228,906 and a population density of 15,149.30 people per km². #passionpassport #travelinspiration #visitjapan #traveljapan #traveladdict #urbanexplorer
Tokyo Metropolitan Govrn Building - Free View
View of Tokyo from 202 Mtr, that too free. It was nice to get view of Tokyo from this building.
The observatories are places for visitors to deepen their understanding and interest in Tokyo and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s (TMG) policies while enjoying an amazing view. While you look over the city, we would like you to think about the many possibilities that await Tokyo in the future. There are 2 observatories: the north observatory and the south observatory.
To access the observatories, please take the Observatory Elevator from the 1st Floor of Main Building No. 1. #tokyo #visitjapan #travelinspiration
Akihabara - Tokyo
Akihabara is a buzzing shopping hub famed for its electronics retailers, ranging from tiny stalls to vast department stores like Yodobashi Multimedia Akiba. Venues specializing in manga, anime, and video games include Tokyo Anime Center, for exhibits and souvenirs, and Radio Kaikan with 10 floors of toys, trading cards, and collectibles. It looks so futuristic and animated. One can get all recent releases and new featured electronic products here. Nice place to visit if in Tokyo. #visitjapan #travelinspiration #beachvibes #passionpassport #travel Photography #traveladdict
Odiba is a nice place to visit when in Tokyo. There are many things to do from beach front to visiting Digital art museum and other shopping places, It’s nice place to spend weekend.
Accessed via the Rainbow Bridge or the futuristic Yurikamome train, Odaiba is a high-tech entertainment hub on an artificial island in Tokyo Bay. Visitors head to the beach at Seaside Park, enjoy Mt. Fuji views from the Daikanransha Ferris wheel, and interact with robots at the Miraikan science museum. Malls include Aqua City and the Venice-themed VenusFort, and there are sushi bars with views along the waterfront. #odaiba #visittokyo #visitjapan
Kawaguchiko Lake - Kawaguchiko
Lake Kawaguchiko is the most easily accessible of the Fuji Five Lakes with train and direct bus connections to Tokyo. A hot spring resort town with various tourist attractions and views of Mount Fuji is located around the lake's eastern end, while the northern and western shores are mostly undeveloped. The best views of Mount Fuji can be enjoyed from the lake's northern shores and are particularly breathtaking during the cherry blossom season around mid April and the autumn colors around the first half of November. One of the nicest spots for cherry blossoms is the seaside promenade near the Kawaguchiko Music Forest, while photographers will enjoy the "Momiji Tunnel" for autumn colors, a maple tree covered road section along the lake's northern shore. #visitjapan #travelinsipiration
TodaiJi Shrine - Nara
When completed in the 740s, Todai-ji was the largest building project ever on Japanese soil. Its creation reflects the complex intermingling of Buddhism and politics in early Japan. When it was rebuilt in the 12th century, it ushered in a new era of Shoguns and helped to found Japan’s most celebrated school of sculpture. The roots of Todai-ji are found in the arrival of Buddhism in Japan in the 6th century. Buddhism made its way from India along the Silk Route through Central Asia, China and Korea. Buddhism quickly became associated with the Imperial court whose members became the patrons of early Buddhist art and architecture. #todaiji #visitjapan #kyoto #nara
Kyoto - Cultural Capital of Japan
Kyoto is beautiful, It’s spriritual, Traditional and cultural. Kyoto, once the capital of Japan, is a city on the island of Honshu. It's famous for its numerous classical Buddhist temples, as well as gardens, imperial palaces, Shinto shrines and traditional wooden houses. It’s also known for formal traditions such as kaiseki dining, consisting of multiple courses of precise dishes, and geisha, female entertainers often found in the Gion district. Kyoto fills your heart with its various wonderful shrines and beautiful culture. #cultral #tradition #japan #kyoto #visitjapan #travelinspiration
Dotombori - Food Street Osaka
Dotombori is a symbol of the Minami Area and a mecca for the kuidaore food culture of Osaka. Dozens of restaurants line the Dotomborigawa River, and large famous billboards draw diners'attention. On the north side of the river, where geisha used to entertain their customers, are now small bars and restaurants squeezed together in rows. The southern side of the river is the center of the Dotombori area, which was once known as the theater district. Nowadays, colorful neon signs and flash signboards enliven the area, showing that the district still represents the passion of Osakans. In one of Dotombori's back streets, Hozenji-Yokocho, small restaurants are located along the stone-paved alley, retaining the flavor and atmosphere of old Osaka. #osaka #traveljapan #visitjapan #passionpassport
Beautiful Roads of Osaka
Osaka is busy and there are many things to do in Osaka. From Universal Studios to going to good street to taste one of the best cuisines on food street. Osaka has everything. Streets of Osaka looks wonderful with blue sky it’s looks nice. Osaka is best known for its amazing casual food and outgoing locals. It’s arguably Japan’s street food capital, and most famous for snacks including takoyaki and okonomiyaki. Osaka is also renowned for its fun, extroverted people who make eating and drinking in the city an unforgettable experience. #osaka #visitjapan #traveljapan #kyoto #travelinspiration
The most famous shrine in the Gion area and a patron of the arts with a 1,350 year history, Yasaka Shrine, or Gion-sha, is a beautiful site full of character and natural charm. Susano’o no Mikoto, a great god of storms and sea in Japanese mythology is worshiped there alongside his wife Kushiinada-hime and the Yahashira no Mikogami, their eight children. The colorful shrine is a popular spot for tourists and its street-facing two-storied vermilion gate is a district landmark. Once inside the gate you can access several subsidiary shrines, some of which are famous for things such as helping you become beautiful or find love in a relationship. The main hall is a lovely sight with the prayer hall in front of it strung with lanterns serving as the stage for many a cultural performance throughout the year, particularly those performed by the geisha from nearby districts. #kyoto #visitjapan #passionpassport
Food Market in Kyoto
Kyoto is amazing, It’s advance in infrastructure and still maintains its traditional and spiritual values. It’s a mix of both. When you walk on the street of Kyoto one can find shrine every walking street. It’s amazing to watch people visiting temples and shrines and worshiping. I was walking a vegetable market in Kyoto and in between I saw a Shrine which was amazing. It’s was a small but still was very nice experience. Washing hands , walking to the main area of shrine, watching many people walking in and the all aura of the temple was amazing. Visiting Kyoto is itself a very nice experience. #kyoto #japan #visitjapan
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
Famous for its appearance in Makoto Shinkai’s hit anime ‘The Garden of Words’, the expansive Shinjuku Gyoen was originally a private estate before opening to the public in 1946. It boasts some of the most beautiful gardens in the city. Each sector in the park has a different theme – there is a French garden, an English landscape garden, a botanical greenhouse and amomiji-yama (maple mountain) – to showcase each of the four seasons. As such, the park offers a different experience as the season changes, but it’s especially popular for hanami (flower viewing) gatherings during cherry blossom season.
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Japan’s Only Floating Train! 🤯🤯🤯
🚄 Ready to be mind-blown in Japan? Jump aboard the Linimo MAGLEV, the one and only in the country! This sleek tech-wonder is like something out of a sci-fi movie. 🤯
Your Linimo adventure starts at Yakusa Station, and guess what? It's just 300 yen (around $2.50) to hop on this floating ride. 🎫✨ Zooming at 100 mph, you'll breeze through beautiful landscapes and bustling city scenes.
But wait, there's more fun along the way! Hop off at Fujigaoka Station and dive into the Fujigaoka Botanical Gardens, a paradise of plants and serene ponds.
Feeling like a train buff? Head to Geidai-Dori Station and discover the SCMAGLEV and Railway Park. 🚂🤓 It's a railway museum heaven with old-school locomotives and hands-on displays that'll keep you entertained all day.
Linimo Rail is a jaw-dropping experience, blending futuristic tech and nature. Don't miss the chance to ride the MAGLEV and check out these cool attractions – your day is about to get epic! 🌟😎
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beautiful place to visit in November
A day hike to Mt. Mitake at the peak of autumn foliage. The mountain can be reached less than two hours from Tokyo. You’ll be greeted by a pristine river at the base of the mountain. In summer, people usually go water rafting, SUP, or camping around this area.
If you want to skip the bustling metro, why don’t you check this out on your next travel to Japan?
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