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A stop-over in Nadi on our way to Japan. This is the ideal place to chill, on our first night, at a resort by the poolside. We'll save exploring for Japan... this is a pampered relax.
Treat Phicole to a bougie couple's massage on the first day of our honeymoon.
Contribute to our travel around Japan. Having the Rail Pass will save coin as we go: Airport to Tokyo / Tokyo to Kyoto / Kyoto to Hiroshima / Hiroshima to Osaka / Osaka to Tokyo / Tokyo to Airport
An apartment located in Shibuya - well located and cosy, simple but wonderful.
Kenji will show us around Shibuya, Shinjuku and the gritty side of Tokyo. The tour/photoshoot is around 2-3 hours. We'll get 15-20 high resolution photos, processed and ready to share with you.
Uoriki Kaisen is tucked away in Shibuya, under the busiest crossing in the world. Located in the basement of the Tokyo Department Store, this will be a perfect lunch spot on one of our days in Tokyo.
Just outside the west gate of Shinjuku station lies Omoide Yokocho (or Memory Lane), a collection of small bars, yakitori grills and food stalls that for locals is more than the sum of its parts.
7:00am - Train 10:15am Hakone Shrine and the Peace Shrine Gate 11:00am Old Tokaido hiking trail 12:15pm Lunch 1:00pm Ship Cruise 2:50pm Hakone Open Air Museum 6:00pm Head back
The prime location of the designer hotel as well as the convenient access of the two train lines allows for sight-seeing to be convenient and accessible during our stay in Kyoto.
Recommended by our good friend, and amazing artist, Hikalu, Tata will be a perfect place to us to enjoy our favourite food in Kyoto. Sophisticated dishes in a charming little restaurant.
This is a new apartment unit next to the Hiroshima PeacePark and Shopping Arcade Perfect location for our stay and 15 mins to Hiroshima JR station.
Studio Heaven in Dotonbori, Osaka, for our last major stop on the honeymoon tour. After this we have one night in Tokyo so we'll be looking to live a bit of lux.
An ancient capital of Japan, Nara is home to some of the country’s most important cultural places, including the world’s largest wooden structure. Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines dot the landscape
Classic dinner in Tokyo. At the udon restaurant "Shin" located in Shinjuku, we can enjoy fresh noodles, cut and boiled just after the order is made, and made into delicious dishes.
A new apartment space in classy Akasaka neighbourhood - only 5 min from Akasaka Sta. / 7 min from Akasaka-Mitsuke Sta. With many nice restaurants & shops within walking distance.
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