Roaming Kyoto in Kimono & Yukata

Wearing Kimono/Yukata & walk around Kyoto is one of the recommended activities as you can feel Kyoto & feel Japan even more through your day walking around the city & through your photos/videos. We were so lucky as it’s a fine day today. I would not recommend to wear Kimono/Yukata during bad weather like rainingContinue reading “Roaming Kyoto in Kimono & Yukata”

100 Year-Old Wooden Starbucks in Kyoto

The first & oldest wooden Starbucks in the world. This Starbucks has become one of the MUST see places among tourists in Japan. We were lucky to come here on Tuesday & especially during this time, there were not a lot of tourists but, usually, this Starbucks are overwhelmed with local & international tourists. ForContinue reading “100 Year-Old Wooden Starbucks in Kyoto”

Cherry Blossom at Maruyama Park in Kyoto 2019

The park is located at the back of Yasaka Shrine & around the area are famous Kyoto’s landmarks such as Kiyomizudera, Gion, Nishiki Market… If you plan to wear Kimono & take pictures with Sakura, it’s highly recommended to park your car at one place then walk around. It’s costly to go to different placesContinue reading “Cherry Blossom at Maruyama Park in Kyoto 2019”

Heian Shrine’s Cherry Blossom in Kyoto

Wearing Kimono & roaming around Kyoto is one of the most famous activities among foreigners traveling to Japan. Like other foreigners, we are wearing Kimono & haunting for Sakura in Kyoto today. I did a bit research on the Internet & selected few locations for my Hanami in Kyoto this year. Cherry Blossom (Sakura) atContinue reading “Heian Shrine’s Cherry Blossom in Kyoto”

Filipino Customers in Kyoto

Once again, thank you so much for our Filipino customers for the good reviews and feedbacks so that we could continually having Filipino customers one after another. This tour group was booked and arranged urgently at around midnight but we could meet our customers demand. Your happiness and our happiness 🙂 We visited Arashiyama (theContinue reading “Filipino Customers in Kyoto”