30 BEST THINGS TO DO IN OSAKA, JAPAN

Things to do in Osaka

Located on the island of Honshu is Japan’s third largest city, Osaka. The city is huge with a population of over 2.5 million people and is bustling with plenty of things to see in Osaka. Osaka isn’t always located on the traditional Japan tourist trail like Kyoto and Tokyo, but … Read More

29 Reasons Why Japan is My Favorite Country to Travel

Japanese Jiggly Cheesecake

If I were forced to pick a favorite country to travel in, it would have to be Japan. It’s a sentiment we often think about as every person we talk to ask for our favorite country to travel. Not that it is a secret, I’ve noted numerous times on this … Read More

Furano Ski Resort • The Best Spot For JAPOW

Furano Ski Resorts

If you’re a ski or snowboard enthusiast you probably know by now that Japan’s northern island of Hokkaido is famed for its light fluffy powder. And not just a dusting, but literal mountain-sized piles of it pure powder. In truth, I’d read on one website that Furano was a great place … Read More

Learning to Speak Japanese with Rosetta Stone

Rosetta Stone

Have we mentioned how stoked for winter we are this year? You read that right. While most people are chasing a neverending summer we want to be where the snow falls in plenty. We’ve been planning our winter in Japan for months now and we’re determined to learn Japanese. For … Read More

Travel Bloggers Reveal the 20 Best Cafes Around The World

The Best Cafes Around The World

The secrets out. We LOVE coffee! Even better than the coffee itself, is the surroundings your submerged in while sipping on those freshly ground beans. When we get to a new, unknown, and unexplored city we always set out to find that perfect cafe.  Apparently, so do other travel bloggers – … Read More

Rail Pass: To Buy or Not to Buy

Should you get a rail pass?

The million dollar question.  There is no yes or no answer when people ask if they should purchase a rail pass for the countries they are traveling.  Personally, I have traveled with a Japan Rail Pass and also with a Eurail Pass, which I will touch on later. Before I … Read More