Friday, 11 July 2014

Travel in Style: Japan Photo Diary

I can`t believe that just a few weeks ago I was in this amazingly beautiful country, visiting all these amazing places, eating delicious Japanese food, and spending all my money in Shinjuku. We`ve got the chance to visit both Tokyo and Kyoto while we were there and even though the two are quite different, both still highly impressed me. Tokyo is the modern, cosmopolitan city full of skyscrapers and blinding lights at night, and Kyoto is the romantic and historic city where you get to step inside the old Japanese lifestyle. The best time to experience these wonderful cities is in low season when the tourist crowds are lower as well as the hotel prices. Japan is an expensive country although except for the flights we didn`t find it incredibly expensive at least compared with London. The prices are quite similar to London and actually slightly better for food as they have more lower cost food options like udon noodles, conveyor belt sushi, and yakitori. 
I`m definitely planning to go back to Japan and visit a bit more of the country but until then I have my Tokyo and Kyoto travel photo diary to keep me company and remind me of the beautiful time spent there.

Tokyo

shibuya night
shibuya
asakusa temple
asakusa temple
harajuku tokyo
harajuku tokyo
harajuku crepe
harajuku crepe
meji shrine
meji shrine
meji shrine
japanese breakfast
tokyo station
tokyo metro
shibuya crossing
shinjuku
shinjuku
shimokita
shimokita
tokyo arcades
shibuya tokyo
shibuya tokyo
shimokita tokyo
Kyoto

kyoto
kyoto geisha
kyoto temple
kyoto restaurant
kyoto streets
kyoto mountain
kyoto restaurant
kyoto river
japan vending machine
kyoto river
japanese kimono
fushimi inari

4 comments:

  1. it looks wonderful!!
    xoxo Sienna
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  2. wow, you came to my country! Very glad to know that you enjoyed your days here :) Also, you were lucky that you could visit 2 different cities! nice, nice ;) x

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    1. it was wonderful! hoping to visit a bit more in the future :)

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