Mt. Fuji is perhaps one of the most iconic symbols of Japan and it is an absolute wonder. If you are planning to pay a visit to see its beauties, here is a list of the top 6 places worth checking out.
A bed of pink and green against the stunning Mt. Fuji horizon. Oh Japan, you never cease to amaze me. View Post
Living in Vancouver means you’ve been to Seattle lots. It’s a 2.5-hour drive away and it’s the perfect destination for a quick trip out the country. I myself have been so many times that I’ve lost count so without further ado, here are the top activities I recommend for a fun and exciting one day in Seattle. View Post
It’s been quite a few months since my last trip to Asia and a lot has happened since. I was in two rear-end car accidents – I’m fine, still alive – but I just haven’t been in the mood for whipping out them blog posts. I’m back and I am making it a goal to blog once a week (hopefully). Sign up for newsletters in the sidebar on the right and make sure you never miss a post!
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Ahhh yessssss, Oregon. I was just in Portland last April but never got the chance to actually see Oregon Coast. Like Vancouver, Oregon is infamous for its rain and can even get a bit stormy at times. If you’re lucky, however, you’ll get to witness the coast in all its glories. View Post
Japan, unlike any country you have or will ever visit, has one of the world’s most unique and intriguing customs and traditions. The best way in which you can learn more about its fascinating history and become fully immersed in its culture is to experience wearing a kimono. After all, a kimono is not just a garment; it is the embodiment of Japanese art itself. So, if you’re looking for the best kimono rental in Tokyo, look no further than Kyoto Kimono Rental Wargo as they have the ultimate kimono rental in Asakusa.