Don’t judge the selfie taking traveller – here’s why you should take a couple of selfie shots on your next trip whether you are solo or not.
Osaka is a vibrant city in Japan where you can easily spend a long time in, but if you only have 48 hours to spare, here’s a quick rundown of what you can do in just one weekend
KYOTO, JAPAN – The very first Wallpaper Wanderer entry is one of my own, my laptop wallpaper photo was taken on my last trip to Osaka. Find out how these maple leaves make me wanderlust.
All the delicious and unique Osaka food that I ate, from traditional street snacks to weird and wonderful chicken sashimi
What you can see at the iconic Osaka Castle and some other fun places to check out just outside the castle grounds
More Japan posts! I can’t believe I was just there a month ago… Shinsaibashi So we were staying in the Namba area in downtown Osaka, and often found ourselves walking along the famous shopping stretch about 10 mins away known as Shinsaibashi, known for its long, long straight stretch of covered walking street. You could probably spend a good amount of time just strolling down the stretch and poking into all the stores, or popping into the little cafes for a drink and snack when you’re tired. Shinsaibashi is named for the bridge (bashi = bridge), now a stone …
Part-scooter, part-luggage, all around cool – this innovative Micro Scooter Luggage was loaned to me for a trial run on my Osaka trip by White & Black Trading. Is it as convenient as made out to be? Read on!
Checking out the Osaka Kaiyukan Aquarium and the Floating Garden Observatory in Umeda Sky Building on a hot summer’s day in downtown Osaka.
So I’ve kept pretty extensive travel journals for my longer trips – You can check out the Taiwan ones here, and right now I’m in process of documenting the latest Osaka trip journals (check them out here!) and you’ll see little sketches and stuff pop up from time to time. I have a whole cupboard full of empty journals just waiting to be used for trips – at last count I had about 15-20 in total! But for this last trip, I used a Daycraft notebook this time around: In this day with cool and useful apps that you can …
Strolling the endless rows of orange Torii gates at Fushimi Inari Taisho
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