Writer: Gita Pramesari
A traveller that loves to explore places, people, and cultures. Loves to snap an amateur photos and share talks.
Occupation : Research student at Tokyo Gakugei University.
Who doesn’t know about Lakes Kawaguchi and Saiko? Apparently anyone outside Japan. Famous lakes in Yamanashi prefecture, which have always been locations for tourists to take a photo with the beautiful Mount Fuji in the background.
July 22, 2016
If you go to Sapporo, never skip this beautiful port city. Otaru, situated in the western part of Hokkaido, the city has developed and prospered as "the sea entrance of Hokkaido" over the last 100 years and it has gained the nickname "Wall Street of the North".
June 27, 2016
About 2.5 hours from Hiroshima, there is a little village named Jinsekikogen, which is surround by mountains Mt. Hoshinoko and Mt. Ryuo, that makes the view from this village really stunning! One of the villagers Sanae, wanted to make the village come alive again, so then she established a little—actually big—bread shop and called it Roti Harapan.
June 15, 2016
Imabari is proud of one product: the towel. At the Imabari Towel Museum, you can see how a towel is made, have your own bespoke towel made with your name embroidered on it, and see thousands of different kinds of towels on display. This device for washing and drying your body is taken very seriously here and will have you leaving with the impression that the towel is the tool of 1000 uses.
May 7, 2016
What do you plan to do if you are looking forward to a compact tour plus an exercise for your body? Well, our answer is cycling! Get-off at Kamakura, or my recommendation is, at Kita-Kamakura station where you can find a cheap Rent-a-bike store and get going on your cycling trip.
April 8, 2016
One of the places in Japan that have many exciting attractions in winter is Sapporo. If you want to see a really big pile of snow just on the side of the main street, you can!! And because there is a lot of snow in Hokkaido, this is where you have the chance to see the biggest snow festival in Japan, Sapporo Snow Festival!
February 25, 2016
You can get there by using train or bus to Ueno, and stop at Ueno-okachimachi or just Ueno. Underlined that this is not the Ueno Park, if you are apparently get lost to Ueno park just take a walk for 7 or 10 minutes to get to the Ameyoko-cho. From any gates you enter that market, Ameyoko with all the long alley of shops will welcome you.
January 20, 2016
This sake brewing factory in Sawai is not always for enjoying the sake but also the scenery. . After about 30-45 minutes of factory tour, cross the street or just pass the tunnel then you will see a beautiful garden near the river to enjoy the sake!
December 25, 2015