Japan – Day 12 – Tokyo

Japan – Day 12 – Tokyo

When Brian and I moved to Southern California right after our honeymoon. As we settled into our new geography, including Disneyland and Disney California Adventure. I think we only went to each once or twice, but it’s a fun memory of the early days. It seemed...
Japan – Day 11 – Magome

Japan – Day 11 – Magome

After a traditional Japanese breakfast, we packed our bags and dropped them off at the visitor’s center. For roughly $20, we got to go on a lovely hike without our luggage (worth every penny!). We were treated to the perfect day for a hike, despite rumors the...
Japan – Day 10 – Tsumago

Japan – Day 10 – Tsumago

We found a place right around the corner from our hotel in Osaka for breakfast called Morning Glass Coffee. They had just opened this location (their first being in Honolulu, HI) and were very excited to have Americans come for a meal. We stayed in the business...
Japan – Day 9 – Osaka

Japan – Day 9 – Osaka

Next to the ferry terminal on our way back to Uno, we found the last sculpture we wanted to see. Related to the pumpkin in my last post, this one is even bigger and you can get inside! The bullet trains have been great transport between our city adventures. We bought...
Japan – Day 8 – Naoshima

Japan – Day 8 – Naoshima

After a yummy breakfast, complete with fresh croissants and apricot preserves, we headed out to see all the outdoor sculptures. The one pictured at the top is made up of rocks from around the world with an American-made hot tub in the middle. For an hour each Saturday...
Japan – Day 7 – Naoshima

Japan – Day 7 – Naoshima

After leaving Kyoto, and taking four different trains, we arrived at Uno Port to take the ferry over to Naoshima Island. We had an hour between modes of transportation, giving us just enough time for a light lunch at the Uno Port Inn. They had free wi-fi, local craft...

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