Last weekend my husband’s planned trip for his parents was nearly derailed by Super Typhoon Lan which blew into Japan for its own extended stay.
Despise the wind and rain, we made it to our Ryokan, or Japanese Traditional Inn, in Tochigi Prefecture where the leaves are just beginning to change.
The devastation of Super Typhoon Lan.
Summer is fading. Every day it gets a little colder and a little darker. Here are some photos of the fleeting summer in Japan that won’t be back for a few months.
Oedo Onsen is a really fun tourist trap. Last time I went was with my friend, S, this time I went with K and C. The footbaths were still open so paid the fee and let little fish eat dead skin off our feet.
Not… the best feeling. Continue reading
I think I helped save someone from a really bad day…
Raise your glass and say, “Cheers” in German. That’s right. It’s time for Oktoberfest!
For 1,000 yen ($10) you can enter the Trick Eye Museum in Odaiba.