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Save Time & Money by Night Bus in Japan


Yo ho it's Mr. Wada back on duty. Ho ho. I will share some tips for night bus in Japan this time. Benefit of using Night Bus in Japan Night bus has always been popular transportation for long distance since it costs half of flights and bullet trains. For semi-backpackers like us,

Yummy Factory Tour at Mentai Park Kobe Sanda

mentai park kobe sanda

Yo! It's Mr. Wada back on duty. I am going to share our trip to Mentai Park Kobe Sanda this time. About Mentai Park Kobe Sanda Meintaiko is salted roe of Alaska Pollock (great combination with rice). Mentai Park Kobe Sanda is actually a part of a Mentaiko factory where we can take a

Drive on Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road

Hello world. It's Mr. Wada back on duty. If you remember we've previously traveled to Shirakawago. We happened to visit this place once again but this time from Kanazawa through the mountain road called Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road. Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road Access We drove down to the entrance of Hakusan Shirakawa-go White Road. Admission 1,400

City of Gold, Kanazawa City


Yo! it's Mr. Wada back on duty. After stopping in Fukui, we got to Kanazawa City in Ishikawa Prefecture. It was both our first time to land the Hokuriku region. Let me show you around this time. Kanazawa City The impression of Kanazawa city I had was it's like a small version of Kyoto. It's

Thrilling Basaltic Cliffs in Tojinbo

Make a Scene in Tojinbo: featured image

Hola. It's Mr. Wada on duty. I may have sounded like Fukui is not so exciting. Hey, Obama isn't the only place to visit in Fukui. There is another place where it has been a lot more known for a long time. That's Tojinbo!   About Tojinbo It's the international park with a bunch of

Find Cheap Hotels In Japan


Howdy. It's Mr. Wada on duty. Mrs. Wada and I like traveling, but we aren't into spending too much on accommodation. We are like semi-backpackers. You know, just need a place to hit the hay. Unlikely in the western countries, there aren't many youth hostels like YMCA or backpackers hotels, but