Travel Blog: Vietnam Pt. 1

Travel Blog: Vietnam Pt. 1

Xin chào, from sunny side up Vietnam! This summer I had the opportunity to visit Hanoi, the northern region of Vietnam. Hanoi is known as the more traditional side of Vietnam, and is well known for their beautiful handcrafts and scenic nature attractions. My journey began at the North East of Vietnam, the beautiful Ha Long … Continue reading Travel Blog: Vietnam Pt. 1

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Travel Blog: One Piece in Tokyo, J-World vs. Tokyo Tower

Travel Blog: One Piece in Tokyo, J-World vs. Tokyo Tower

海賊王 に!!! おれは なるつ!!! - Monkey D. Luffy If you are a huge fan of One Piece and you only have a few hours in Tokyo, would you rather go to Tokyo Tower or J-world for One Piece Attraction? Luckily I was able to visit both places and here is my take on them. First, let's … Continue reading Travel Blog: One Piece in Tokyo, J-World vs. Tokyo Tower

Travel Blog: Shirakawa-gō, UNESCO World Heritage

Travel Blog: Shirakawa-gō, UNESCO World Heritage

「おはよう、世界!」- Good Morning, World! 🙂 This time, let's take a trip to Southern Japan! Shirakawa is a hot-spot for tourist who came to see the small-yet-unique village called Shirakawa-go. It was declared as one of UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995 thanks to the locals dedication to preserved their traditional farm-house known as gassho-zukuri. The village … Continue reading Travel Blog: Shirakawa-gō, UNESCO World Heritage

Traveler’s Diary: RADWIMPS Asia Tour 2017 in Singapore

Traveler’s Diary: RADWIMPS Asia Tour 2017 in Singapore

RADWIMPS! Do I even need to introduce this super awesome band!? Ok, fine~ Taken straight from Wikipeida, the most reliable source there is: Radwimps (ラッドウインプスRaddo'uinpusu, stylized as RADWIMPS) is a Japanese rock band, who debuted independently in 2003 and later on major label Toshiba EMI in 2005. The band's name, Radwimps, was formed from two … Continue reading Traveler’s Diary: RADWIMPS Asia Tour 2017 in Singapore

Travel Blog: Spring Festival in Takayama

Travel Blog: Spring Festival in Takayama

Takayama Spring Festival, also known as Sanno Matsuri, is said to be the largest festival in Takayama. Each year the festival is held for two days, 14th and 15th of April, and is hosted by Hie Shrine. In total Takayama is home to 25 festival floats; 12 shown in Spring, 11 in Autumn, and 2 for … Continue reading Travel Blog: Spring Festival in Takayama