Being in Akihabara feels like being sucked into anime world, where maids roam the streets, cat cafes abound, and capsule toys, capsule toys everywhere.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but for Kifune Shrine and a certain restaurant perched atop the river that flows down the mountain of Kibune, the Instagram shots tell only half the story.
After a day of hiking along the tea farms of Wazuka, we made a quick stop in Uji to enjoy the peaceful riverside before heading back to Kyoto.
Chanced upon a ritual being performed by monks at Hozenji Temple in Osaka.
Known as Japan’s Kitchen, Osaka is definitely a foodie destination. With only 15 hours to spend in the city, we definitely knew what our priorities were.
Japan in 3rd quarter of 2017? Yes? Yas!