Three days is a short amount of time if you want to check each and every place in Osaka and Kyoto, but I would like to share the places I have been and will remember fondly.
Having never been to either of Tokyo’s Disney resorts, we weren’t sure which of the two to start with, but ended up choosing Disney Sea. Here is how we maximised our fun and minimised the waiting time.
Take yourself into a fairytale world. Funabashi H.C Andersen Park is located in Funabashi, Chiba. The park is named after the famous fairytale writer, Hans Christian Andersen who was born in Odense, Denmark.
Filled with the perfect combination of educative museums, high-tech pop culture, breath taking historic scenery, to engaging amusement parks, Japan is a one-stop destination for all family members, especially when traveling kids. Here are several kid-friendly destinations throughout Japan, ranging from museums, amusement parks, to castles which surely will keep your little angels occupied.
Nagasaki is a fascinating prefecture with a long and colourful history. It was the first part of Japan where foreign explorers were allowed to trade with and has thus been a testing ground for the future of the country.
Country Farm Tokyo German Village (東京ドイツ村 ) is a theme park located in Sodegaura, Chiba Prefecture. The concept of this park is "Enjoying Spending Time With Nature". The park is indeed surrounded by trees and flowers.
Cherry Blossoms are in full bloom in Tokyo now and there’s many famous areas to see the pink and white flowers across the city.
One unique spot in Kawasaki is the popular Anata no Warehouse, meaning “your warehouse”, which some people nickname the “adult arcade”. It is only a few minutes’ walk from Kawasaki Station and is the main hub for a night out for many people in Kawasaki and beyond.
Kawaii is a measure of cute, and Nago Pineapple Park has it in spades.
LEGOLAND Japan is the latest addition to the attractions in Nagoya and is not only for children, but also for LEGO admirers of all ages.