A few months ago, my camera got stolen. Pretty inconvenient, but I wasn't too bothered, I haven't been really using it much lately. However, the closer I was to my trip to Japan, the more I was thinking about it. "Damn, now I could really use it!" Should I get a new one? Or should… Continue reading Japan through my eyes, or should I say lens?
I don't know how much time you need to spend in Tokyo so that it would stop surprising you? After a few days here, I was sure I've mastered the transport system around Tokyo. And I actually do, it's pretty simple and straightforward. The only problem is that train/metro stations are huuuuuuuge. If you think… Continue reading Sayonara, Japan, till next time!
Tuesday, 28 June Yesterday morning I finally arrived to Tokyo. From the main train station, I caught another train to my suburb and about half an hour later I finally arrived to Ikebukuro. As I walked out to the main square, I was simply stunned. I don't know what I expected from the city with… Continue reading Tokyo, the story on its own
Saturday, 25 June (I think) Beppo is a small (well, this is relative, but with 125,000 people it is small for Japanese standards) town on the most southwestern of the four main Japanese islands, Kyushu. Squashed between a bay and mountains and with more than 2000 hot springs it is considered a spa resort of… Continue reading Pamper day
Thursday, 23 June I walked pass a funky looking temple. Well, I'm not sure if "funky" is the word you could use to describe a Buddhist temple, but this one was quite special. It had everything that a Buddhist temple should have, but then there were also super old photos from around the world, some sort… Continue reading Not only bears, there are snakes in Japan as well