I have been in love with Japan ever since I was a little girl, my mother used to say that I was “obsessed” with Japan. I have no idea why I liked Japan so much, I just did. I would go to the library and photocopy books about Japan. I have a scrapbook where I collected newspaper articles about Japan. I loved watching documentaries about Japan.
Naturally, Japan is at top of my “counties to visit” and it was the first country I wrote about on Travel Kudos. I would like to share our experience with all of you.
Read on to find out the restaurants, accommodations and experiences I had in Japan. Travel Kudos!
When I am traveling, I try to stay in guesthouses and hostels whenever I can. To me, hotels are pretty ...Read More
Transportation is the most expensive expenditure when travelling in Japan. It is important to do your research so that you ...Read More
When I was researching on notable restaurants to try out in Kyoto, the name "Sushi no Musashi" kept popping up ...Read More
Ginkakuji, which means Silver Pavilion, is one of Kyoto's most iconic sightseeing spots. Its official name is Joshi-ji and it ...Read More
If you are in Shinjuku Station and you are looking for a place to have a quick bite, let me ...Read More
Established in 1540, Nezameya was named by Hideyoshi Toyotomi, Toyotomi Hideyoshi was a preeminent daimyō, warrior, general, samurai, and politician of ...Read More
Nishiki Market has been affectionately dubbed "Kyoto's Kitchen" because this is where you can find everything related to food. The ...Read More
Tsukiji Market is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world, where more than 2000 tonnes of seafood ...Read More
Situated in a volcano-active region, Japan has over 3000 hot springs scattered throughout all the country, every region has its ...Read More
The best part about travelling, aside from trying out new cuisines and taking beautiful photographs, is the chance to learn ...Read More