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Tourist Discounts and Passes for Japan

I began writing this e-book with the intention of helping my fellow Japan lovers on their journey of experiencing Japan. I see time and time again the same question plastered all over the internet: Do I need a Japan Rail Pass? The answer is ‘No!’ The Japan Rail Pass is…

Accommodation Kyoto Planning

Natural Luxury in Daily Life – Ryokan Tori Review

Ryokan Tori Address: 602-8453 Kyoto, Kyoto, Kamigyo-ku Sasaya cho 3-639, Japan Check Availability  It was on my bucket list to stay in a Ryokan while Jayden and I travelled on our first trip. There was no better place to try authentic Japanese hospitality than in Kyoto. The only thing I…

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20 Amazing Airbnbs in Kyoto Under $200

Kyoto will delight you like no other city in Japan. It’s sprawling zen gardens and dominos of red Torii gates leaves one thoroughly enchanted. However, Kyoto tends to be on the more expensive side when it comes to accommodation, and Airbnb is a great way to explore the city without…

Itinerary Guides Kyoto

The Budget Traveller’s Guide to One Week in Kyoto

Kyoto draws tourists from near and far to experience its old-world magic. Kyoto (literally meaning Capital City in Japanese) was the seat of power and religion for a long time in Japan. This is the place you come to see the splendour of Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples, imperial castles…

Food Kyoto

50 Best Places to Eat in Kyoto

Kyoto is one of the most popular cities to visit gaining the attention of both Japanese and foreign tourists alike. Known as the ‘temple city’ there’s endless sightseeing to do, with that you’re probably going to work up a big appetite! Kyoto has much to offer with its culinary delights,…

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8 Ways to Discover A Different Side of Kyoto

There are so many things to do in Kyoto as it’s world-renowned for its heritage-listed temples, mesmerizing traditional culture and of course geishas! The big question is how do you experience a unique side of Kyoto without the busload of tourists? My experience and tips will help you to discover…