Kyoto: Daimonjiyama

My friends and I have started a travel group called DIY Travel Japan. We aim to share our DIY travel experiences in Japan to the world through blogging and vlogging. Since I am co-contributing to the group, I’ll be sharing our content here in my blog as well. If you have been following my blog,Continue reading “Kyoto: Daimonjiyama”

Otsu-karesamadesu: The Japanese Riviera

This post has been written reluctantly due to all the video footage I lost.  For this one, we would have to stick to good, old-fashioned photos.  No time lapses this week, sorry.  I am not a Japanese language expert but Otsukaresamadesu (お疲れ様です) roughly translates into “Great work!” in English.  If I’m wrong, please let meContinue reading “Otsu-karesamadesu: The Japanese Riviera”

Going to Japan Soon? Check Out DIY Travel Japan!

Okay.  The reason I’m super busy this week is because me and my friends are starting to build a community for travelers in Japan. You might be saying: Oh, another one.  But this one is different.  Why? With visa restrictions all over the world getting more relaxed (especially in Japan for the past 5 years) andContinue reading “Going to Japan Soon? Check Out DIY Travel Japan!”

Time Lapse: Rooftops

I didn’t care that much for rooftops until I got here.  The only rooftop that I remembered enjoying back home was the one at my friend’s house in Project 4. When you live in a city where condos are the norm, it seems that there’s more to it than a smoking spot. The rooftop ofContinue reading “Time Lapse: Rooftops”