After visiting the main building of the Furukawa Art Museum, a staff member who was bringing an item to the Annex building was kind enough to show me the way and chat a bit. She took me though a shortcut and introduced the building and explaining that there was an antiques exibit that I might […]
Today, on a whim, I visited the Furukawa Art Museum. I had been running errands at Nagoya Station when I caught sight of a flyer similar to the one above. Being a cat person, I googled the exibit, before deciding to go. It wasn’t too troublesome to find, though I did almost go the weong […]
Did a daytrip up to Tokyo to visit a few friends. The return trip took me through Tokyo Station, so I had a quick look around, before catching the train home. Tokyo Station is an absolutely beautiful mix of modern and Meiji Era design. As I’ve stated before, in my earlier posts about architecture, I […]
Earlier this spring, I took a daytrip to the island of Enoshima. While there, I took the opportunity to visit the caves there. While the caves themselves wheren’t especially vast, it was still my first time in a cave, and the experience was a memorable.
The child in me loved this. Since I had a little time before my bus, I stopped by downtown Yokohama. It was terribly rainy and windy, but metal looks amazing in these conditions. It was totally worth it!
A.k.a the Shonan Observatory Lighthouse The weather wasn’t so great so the top observation deck was closed, but I was able to visit the lower one and get some pictures. There wasn’t much to do there, but I’m still glad I went. It was an interesting way to spend ten minutes and it got me […]
While in Yokohama, I visited Enoshima Island. There, I visited the park, a tower, a shrine, and some caves. To get there from Yokohama station, you can take the JR train to Fujisawa, and then another train/tram to the island itself. There’s also a bus you can take. I took the tram there and the […]
Last weekend, the itch to travel was particularly strong, so I reserved a seat on a highway bus to Yokohama. It was my first time going so I wasn’t sure what to expect. My bus left Nagoya at 10:20 pm and arrived at 5:20 am the next morning. I didn’t sleep particularly well on the […]
Our second stop after the Oni Matsuri was Yoshida Castle. It was only a ten minute walk, though we took our time. Because the day we went was a national holiday, it was unfortunately closed to the public. We did get some nice group pictures though.
I had a chance to visit Kamata station while here in Tokyo. It’s a pretty busy place surrounded by lots of good shopping. I would like to come back on my day off to really look around.