Back from our drift-ice sightseeing at Abashiri, we still had a full day to spare in Sapporo before our flight back to Tokyo. Since we had already spent the rest of the trip enjoying the Sapporo Snow Festival and the Otaru snow lamp festival apart … Continue reading Takino Snow World, Hokkaido
On our way back from Shirakawago, we stopped to admire a historic black beauty – the Matsumoto Castle. Also known as the ‘Crow Castle’ for its black stony exteriors, the castle is iconic in being one of the only 4 castles to be designated as National Treasures. … Continue reading Matsumoto Castle, Nagano
In India almost every city has a village attached nearby and these villages have a charm of their own. I have made many trips to my village with my family and have loved ‘my roots’ each time more and more. It was heartening to see … Continue reading Shirakawago !
Jogasaki coast is a scenic section of the Izu peninsula’s eastern coastline.It was our next stop after Kawazu on our way back to Tokyo from Shimoda.This whole trip made us even closer to the marvels of untouched nature.Jogasaki coast can be reached by a 10 min … Continue reading Jogasaki Coast
Kawazu is a small town in southeastern Izu and its known for the “Kawazu Nanadaru”,the “Seven Waterfalls” hidden in the mountains above the town.We made a short trip to this awesome abode of nature on our way back from Shimoda.It’s about 20-25 mins on bus … Continue reading Kawazu Nanadaru