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Here are our top 10 places to visit in Japan for the autumn leaves! 1. Meiji Jingu Gaien (明治神宮外苑) Have a lovely walk down the road leading to the Emperor's palace. When: Late November to early December The closest station is Gaienmae on the...
It's that time of the year again! The autumn leaves are coming out. It's a great time to visit Japan, as most spots are free to visit. The Autumn colour season is also longer than the cherry blossom season,...
Nikko is a perfect trip for nature-lovers looking to get out of the city. A direct train from Asakusa (express or local, depending on your budget) will take you to the National Park – comprising forests, mountains, waterfalls, lakes...
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There it is! The new book delivered :D Now that everything is ready, my new travel book is ready to release on 22nd September. The brand new Super Cheap Japan book is the ultimate budget travel guide to Japan, full of...
This blog and our new book are all about saving you money on your holidays in Japan. Food, especially eating out, is one of the things that can really add to travel budgets, so here are the best foods...
I recently left Japan for a while to do a working holiday in Canada, and came back to the wonderful land of Japan. It was too long away! As I travelled around the country again, I was reminded about...
I have been working super hard on a super awesome new book for everyone :D It will be called Super Cheap Japan: Budget Travel in Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Hiroshima and Surrounding Areas. I hope to have it released around September...
Japan is a mysterious place that I believe everyone should check out at least once in their life. The beauty of the islands can bring almost a tear to one's eye. But after seeing the sights of the day,...
Sekiguchi Bashoan (関口芭蕉庵)is where the poet Matsuo Basho lived for four years (1677-1680), supervising the Kanda waterworks. His famous frog haiku was likely written here. While the garden and buildings are not original, they recall the essential elements of...