If there’s ANY toy that you miss from the 1950s, one will likely find their child time favourites in this humble museum. Their collection was simply amazing. Cassettes, VHS, courtyard games… nothing was too retro for this place.
It was probably a good thing that I didn’t know about the celebrity status of this restaurant prior to the visit. I had no expectation and knew no hype. It was just a meet up with an old friend. In fact, I suggested let’s do Mc Donald *LOL* I just wanted to hang out.
A new meaning to ‘sand castles’. These gigantic pieces of art were made of sand and water. Sharing photos of the jaw dropping works of art.
Sorry that I’m soooo late on this one. The box was not delivered and I had to visit the post office to fetch it. London was sunny and I got to do some Pokemon, so no love was lost haha. Here comes the unboxing 😀
Craziness and I turned mega tourist haha. It was a day of Japanese food, games, cute stuff and cosplay. I liked this type of festival or exhibitions. It brought people together and acted out on their imagination in an environment where nothing was too crazy. In fact, go big or go home. This is a photo heavy post.
Boasting to be one of the oldest natural onsen in Japan. This gem is one of my favourite amongst the open air onsens (rotenburo). It is inexpensive and a stunning experience. Breath-taking unbreached sea view while bathing. Bath within 10m from the sea!!!
“Traveling is seeing; it is the implicit that we travel by.” Cynthia Ozick I don’t know if I interpreted this quote correctly, but I think it is an inspiring thought. Take a new turn, get off a stop where you’ve never been, open your eyes… voila, time to travel 😀 Featured image: Mount Okamado 御竈門山 – Minamiaso, Japan Please be a sweetheart & follow one of my social media xox Bloglovin’ / Google+ / Twitter / Instagram / Facebook / Pinterest