Tag: japan

Travel Blog: Kukai Pilgrimage to Mt. Koya

Travel Blog: Kukai Pilgrimage to Mt. Koya

Legend of Demon Cat, also known as KU-KAI, is a multi-culture and big budgeted movie (up to $27M). The movie is directed by Chen Kaige, and is based on the novel Samana Kukai written by Japanese writer Yoneyama Mineo. It was released back in December 2017, unfortunately it was only released in 8 countries. My … Continue reading Travel Blog: Kukai Pilgrimage to Mt. Koya

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Travel Blog: Kakekomi Movie Pilgrim at Tokeji Temple, Kamakura

Travel Blog: Kakekomi Movie Pilgrim at Tokeji Temple, Kamakura

Kakekomi, a.k.a. the runaways, is one of the hidden gem that I found this year. It's a historical movie set in Japan and dated back in Edo period. It features many popular actors and actresses, including Erika Toda. The movie tells a story of two women, Jogo (the wive of a steelworker) and Ogin (concubine … Continue reading Travel Blog: Kakekomi Movie Pilgrim at Tokeji Temple, Kamakura

Travel Blog: Monkey and Onsen in Nagano

Travel Blog: Monkey and Onsen in Nagano

"TO ADVENTURE IS TO FIND YOURSELF WHOLE" Snow monkey and Onsen, sounds like a nice combo right? You can find both at Jigokudani Monkey Park in Yamanouchi, Nagano Prefecture. To get there you'll need to take the train to Yudanaka Station, afterwards you can either take the local bus or hitchhike. I'm kidding... The owner … Continue reading Travel Blog: Monkey and Onsen in Nagano

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