Here I am recreating scenes from Lost in Translation at the gardens of Heian Shrine in Kyoto.
All visitors to Hiroshima should try the city’s fresh oysters and okonomiyaki.
While staying Kyoto, I went to my first visit Japanese onsen (bath) and found the experience to be both interesting and strange.
Discovering Kushikatsu in Kyoto was one of my most memorable experiences from Japan.
Dave’ photo essay of the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, the world’s largest seafood market.
My foray into Kyoto nightlife began with a sushi dinner, and salsa dancing.
Suntory’s Hibiki whisky was the brand Bill Murray’s character consumed in Lost in Translation.
I had a local connection, a place to sleep for 4 nights, and an extra $160+ in my pocket.
I couldn’t shake the image of my flight ending up on the evening news.
My packing list is the smallest amount of stuff I’ve taken on an international trip, ever.