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Asakusa & Sumida River Walk

Today we take a walk around the Asakusa and the Sumida River area. Asakusa is located in East Tokyo and is home to Sensoji Temple - founded in 645 CE ...
28-02-2016 21:51

By: King Chiew Kwang

Hi Lin Ying, thank you for your reply. May I know average how much we need to budget for your last Okinawa self drive trip. I have family of five, two ...
28-02-2016 21:48

Five Best Books on the Japanese Cuisine

Japanese Cooking: A Simple Art by Shizuo TsujiMy rating: 5 of 5 starsShizuo Tsuji (1933-93) was the founder of the Tsuji Culinary Institute in Osaka, ...
28-02-2016 21:51

Specialty Coffee in Japan

While travelers to Japan typically dream of green tea and sake, coffee lovers from around the world are also starting to take note of Japan’s boomin ...
26-02-2016 21:48

Shinto Shrines: A Guide to the Sacred Sites of Japan's Ancie

Shinto Shrines: A Guide to the Sacred Sites of Japan\'s Ancient Religion by Joseph CaliMy rating: 5 of 5 starsAn excellent guide to the most interesti ...
25-02-2016 21:55

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 9 (O

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 9hana no iro wautsurinikeri naitazura niwaga mi yo ni furunagame seshi ma ni??????????????????????????????As the color of the che ...
24-02-2016 22:11

By: ebo

Also is it ok to squeeze young kids and 2 adults to a room. Notice that some Japanese hotel do not allow more than 2 pax max per room, ...
24-02-2016 22:08

By: Evon

Hi there! I will be traveling to tokyo with my 19mo twins next week. There’s 6 adults and 2 toddlers and we’ve more or less finalized our itinera ...
21-02-2016 21:49

A Week in Tokyo 20160220

Another better-late-than-never A Week in Tokyo - these photos taken a few months ago though and I\'ve only just managed to sit down to write the text ...
20-02-2016 21:47

Daishichi Sake (2) - Yukishibori Honjozo Nigorizake

Besides the Yukishibori Honjozo Namagenshu, Daishichi has one more seasonal sake for the winter season: Yukishibori Honjozo Nigorizake. Yukishibori H ...
19-02-2016 21:48

By: eco

Hi BumbleBee Mum. If to do the tour within Sapporo area will it be best to take subway or drive" ...
17-02-2016 21:49

By: Sammy

Hi BUMBLEBEEMUM, Thanks for the advice, really appreciate it! We have worked out a revised itinerary, kindly check it out! Day 1: Remain as per, Sappo ...
16-02-2016 21:50

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 8 (P

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 8waga iho wamiyako no tatsumishika zo sumuyo wo Ujiyama tohito wa iunari??????????????????????????Although I live contentedly in ...
16-02-2016 21:51

What Japanese Girls Want

Mei’s the girlfriend you’d love to have but can’t, because my buddy Yuki got her first. She’s got big eyes, enormous boobs, long brown hair cu ...
14-02-2016 21:49

By: trish

Hi bublebeemum, Such an amazing blog and what great adventures you have been with your family! I’m planning for a trip to Hokkaido for 6 days (5nigh ...
13-02-2016 21:46

By: joannagoy

hi there! i’m so glad i chance upon your site. I’m travelling to japan from 22 apr to 2 may with 3 kids ( 6 months, 1 year and 4 year). i’m int ...
13-02-2016 21:46

Daishichi Sake (1): Yukishibori Honjozo Namagenshu

Seasonal sakes are popular in Japan and one of the seasonal drinks from the Daishichi Sake Brewery for the first months of the year is Yukishibori Hon ...
13-02-2016 21:48

By: Michelle Liang

Dear bumblebee mum Can u recommend a car rental company in Tokyo" I plan to drive from Tokyo Disneyland resort area to FujiQ highland, then return to ...
13-02-2016 21:46

By: Deepak Deshpande

Hi bumblebeemum My family is planning for a one week trip to japan. This will be the first time travel to Japan. We would like to seek your advice on ...
10-02-2016 21:48

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 7 (A

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 7ama no harafurisakemirebaKasuga naruMikasa no yama niideshi tsuki ka mo?????????????????????????When I gaze into the distanceacr ...
08-02-2016 21:52

Happy Chinese New Year 2016!

??????????? ? ?? ????? Happy Chinese New Year to all those who celebrate! Its that time of year again for the Chinese, Koreans and anybody else who ...
05-02-2016 21:49

By: Peisan

Hi bumblebeemum…I’m so impressed with your Japan posting…so detailed. I will be heading to Narita airport on 13/Feb, I would like to plan a visi ...
04-02-2016 21:47

5 Year Blog Anniversary & Kitchen Favorites Giveaway (C

To celebrate my 5 years of blogging with my readers, I picked 5 things that I absolutely love in my kitchen and give them to 5 readers (1 item per per ...
02-02-2016 21:47

Japan Travel Blog (Day 7) – Tokyo: Marunouchi, Sony Bu

This was the last full day I had in Tokyo. The following morning I would be leaving for Kyoto! So, armed with Beni’s pro semi-SLR camera, we spent t ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Sake by Region Update: Chiba, Saitama and Kanagawa

Here are three more updates in the series of sake by region: Chiba, Saitama and Kanagawa. ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Double Your Money in Kamakura

Take a gamble on the strength of your faith the next time you visit Kamakura and you may leave richer in both spiritual and monetary terms. The Zeniar ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Travel Photo: The HEP Five Ferris Wheel in Osaka

Just outside and to the east of Osaka Station, high above the high-rises, stands this bright red Ferris wheel on top of a shopping mall. At its highe ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Judge Dee novels

In 1949, the Dutch Sinologue and diplomat Robert van Gulik translated an 18th century, anonymous Chinese crime novel under the title Celebrated Cases ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Ukiyo-e – Woodblock Prints

When one thinks of items representative of Japan the list inevitably includes kimono, sushi and bullet trains but one shouldn’t overlook the beauty ...
01-02-2016 21:47

The Best Airport Restroom Ever – Tokyo Haneda

If there is one thing I hate ? and believe me, there is way more than one ? it’s the airport restroom. Especially when traveling alone and you have ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 2 (E

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 2haru sugitenatsu kinikerashishirotae nokoromo hosutefuama no kaguyama???????????????????????Spring has gone away, andsummer come ...
01-02-2016 02:57

The Monkeys of Jigokudani

On of the best places to enjoy the sight of wild monkeys in Japan in this Year of the Monkey is Jigokudani Onsen in Nagano Prefecture.How to get here: ...
01-02-2016 02:57

XPERIA X Smart Doll

Plaza Low Yat is Malaysia\'s largest IT mall - on the ground floor you will find the official Sony store selling their mobile goodies which include th ...
01-02-2016 02:46

The Big Ofuna Kannon Statue

If you’ve ever taken a train from Tokyo to Kamakura you might have passed by a large white Kannon statue, wondering what exactly it might be. At lea ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Cafe de Miki – Cute Hello Kitty Cafe in Himeji

Hello Kitty and Sanrio fans out there, this is definitely interesting for you, so keep reading! I’m sure that some of you have heard of Himeji in Hy ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Where to see Noh in Japan

It’s art in the park, Japanese style…one of Japan’s oldest traditional performing arts will be enacted in the shadows of historic Osaka Castle i ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Back from Japan!

Hey people, I am back from my 11-day holiday in Japan! It had been an immensely memorable experience and I had lots of fun, booze, shopping and sights ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Japan Travel Blog (Day 5) – Tokyo: Harajuku

This was the first (of 2 days) in Japan that I got to do some solo travelling! The excitement and exhilaration that stem from facing an utterly foreig ...
01-02-2016 21:47

A History of Japanese Film by Year: Risk Avoidance (2010-201

Although the annual production of Japanese films scales new heights (408 in 2010, rising to 615 in 2014), unfortunately the quality of Japanese cinema ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Japan Travel Blog (Day 10) – Tokyo: Ueno

Barely two days into our Kyoto stay, we were on the road again, heading back to Tokyo. Over there, we would spend the night and catch the flight back ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Osaka Marathon and a Hotel Booking Tip

A couple months ago when I was booking my hotels for Osaka, I initially couldn’t find anything at all that was available. What on earth is going o ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Sake from Yamanashi Prefecture (Sake by region)

Although Yamanashi Prefecture has the image of being Japan\'s wine country, with its fresh water and cold winter climate, conditions for sake brewing ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Gundam Taking Flight in Odaiba

The full scale replica of Gundam is quite a sight and one that can only be seen in person until the end of this month in Tokyo’s modern Odaiba area. ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Taketomi Island and the Mystery of Water Buffalo Bowel Evacu

I’m staring at the large rump of a water buffalo and questioning why I’d wanted the front seat in the big cart. I’m on the little island of Tak ...
01-02-2016 21:46

The Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each)

The Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each) is Japan\'s most popular and widely known poetry collection, containing one hundred poems in ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 4 (Y

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 4Tago no ura niuchi-idete mirebashirotae noFuji no takane niyuki wa furitsutsu????????????????????????????As I come outon the sea ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Happy New Year 2016

Happy New Year folks! Hope you are having a good time with family, friends or your 2D waifu or hasubando or Smart Doll ^^ This year\'s illustrations ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Delicious Noodles at the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum

Do you love noodle soup" Do you enjoy eating ramen" Then you have to check out the Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum! Visited: October 26th 2014 Access to ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Ojipan Cafe in Harajuku: Food Too Cute To Eat

After visiting the adorable Owl Cafe in Harajuku, Ali (Haikugirl) and me were hungry. It was a huge coincidence that we stumbled upon two themed cafe ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 6 (O

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 6kasasagi nowataseru hashi nioku shimo noshiroki wo mirebayo zo fukenikeru???????????????????????????When I see the whitenessof t ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Anime Shrine

At the beginning of the year, folks in Japan would flock to their favorite shrine or temple to make a prayer for the up n coming year. There are a few ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Japan Travel Blog (Day 3) ? Tokyo: Shibuya, Gay Parade &

It’s day 3 in Tokyo and we’re ready to do some serious… Shopping! There’s no better place to do this than trendy Shibuya. Besides shopping mal ...
01-02-2016 21:47

A History of Japanese Film By Year: Cinematic Bubble (2005-2

Here are some characteristic trends of the years 2005-2009: - An overproduction of films, a sort of cinematic bubble (of course also thanks to digita ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Japan Travel Blog (Day 8) – Kyoto, Part 1

Early in the morning I had to leave Tokyo for Kyoto, where I would be spending the next two days with xanthe! To reach Kyoto I would take the super hi ...
01-02-2016 21:47

By: Michelle

Hi bumble bee mum, thank you for your blog, i love reading it! I am going to Tokyo in March and am a bit overwhelmed with planning the itinerary. I w ...
01-02-2016 21:45

Sake regions: the Kanto area

Although there exist several interesting, individual breweries here, the Kanto area generally speaking is not a major sake producing area. This despit ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Explore Japanese Handicrafts in Kyoto

Get your hands dirty!  Well, maybe not dirty but get some paint on them and learn about Japanese traditional crafts by making some yourself in the hi ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Weird Foods: Tuna Eye in Japan

Looks and anticipation can be deceiving. The raw chicken I ate in Japan actually wasn’t half bad. But this was much harder to stomach just by the t ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Sake from Niigata Prefecture (Sake by region)

Niigata Prefecture is one of the most well-known sake prefectures in Japan, front runner of the jizake boom of the 1980s and famous for its "tanrei ka ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Tweet Your Way to a Stay at The Ritz-Carlton Tokyo

Located in the tallest building in the city, The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo offers guests an understated and luxurious environment high above the hustle and ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Cool Japanese Design: Oasis 21 in Nagoya

On my first trip to Japan, the thing that impressed me most was the architecture. These weren’t just buildings with a nice touch; some of them were ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Sake from Toyama Prefecture (Sake Regions)

Toyama Prefecture boasts magnificent nature in the heart of Japan. It is in the first place well-known for the Tateyama mountain range and the Kurobe ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Eiji Seiun Smart Doll Orders Open

This is for folks who are not into social media (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc) who may not know that the first ever soft vinyl anime-type fashion ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Matsuo Taisha, Kyoto's Sake Brewer's Shrine

Matsuo Taisha (also called Matsuonoo Taisha) is one of the oldest shrines of Kyoto. It now is in the first place the tutelary shrine of sake brewers, ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Hybrid Smartwatch

Can\'t decide whether you want to get rid of your current watch for a smartwatch" Don\'t want to take the plunge to get a smartwatch because you don\' ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Adorable Owl Cafe in Harajuku

I recently got to spend some time in Tokyo again and wanted to visit animal and theme cafes that I haven’t been to yet. Cat cafes are great, but I w ...
01-02-2016 21:46


The Great Buddha of Kamakura, better know as the Daibutsu, is a sight to behold and was one of the highlights of my trip to the area. Sitting peacefu ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Japan Travel Blog (Day 1) – Arrival in Tokyo

(This is the first of 11 posts on my awesome Japan trip. I’m gonna blog about it from the very beginning all the way to the end!) Our flight to Toky ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Japan Travel Blog (Day 6) – Tokyo: Sanrio Puroland (Ho

(Note: There are 50 photographs in this post. Loading may take a while.) Caution to guys: Cute overload ahead! If you wish to skip the ensuing kawaii- ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Sake by Region Update: Tochigi and Gunma

Two new updates in the sake by region series have appeared on my site: Tochigi and Gunma, both in the Kanto area. ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Japan Travel Blog (Day 11) – Homebound

And this was the day we left Japan. I had successfully gone the entire night with no sleep at all! Early in the morning, we allocated ample time to ge ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Travel Photo: Fountain at Osaka Station

(October 2013) My 10-day Japan trip – the third trip this year – ended in Osaka. Missed an earthquake by a couple hundred miles, and a couple of ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Sake from Nagano Prefecture (Sake by Region)

Nagano Prefecture is landlocked and mountainous - nine of the twelve highest mountains of Japan can be found here. On the south side of the prefecture ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Tenugui, Furoshiki & Kimono Sleeves

Kimono sleeves, or tamoto, meaning “by the side of”, were the pockets in traditional Japan that allowed wearers to stash all manner of small item ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Eating Japan: Roll ’em, Roll ’em, Roll ’em

Eating ??? (Basashi) It seems every time I go to Japan, I try something else a little off the beaten culinary path. There was that raw chicken meal l ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 1 (E

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 1aki no ta nokariho no iho notoma wo aramiwaga koromode watsuyu ni nuretsutsu??????????????????????????Because of the rough thatc ...
01-02-2016 02:57

The Year of the Monkey

2016 is the Year of the Monkey (sarudoshi) in Japan, the ninth year in the cycle of 12 signs from the Japanese (and originally Chinese) zodiac.["See n ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Desk Diary 20160106

It\'s been awhile since the last Desk Diary (4 months!) and things have changed quite a bit again. I actually started to write this post on November ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Cat Cafe Asakusa Neko-en

It’s not a secret that I love cats – and Japan does, too. I’m sure you know about the cat cafes in Japan" I’ve been to a lot of them and from ...
01-02-2016 21:46

How to Find a Japanese Partner Online"

Ever since I started the “Dating in Japan” series people kept asking me about how and where to find a Japanese partner, especially when living out ...
01-02-2016 21:46

The Japanese Seasons: February

The ancient name for February (Nigatsu) is Kisaragi, meaning "to wear more clothes due to the cold." As it also is the month of plum blossoms which ar ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Tokyo Snow

The first snow of the year for Tokyo wasn\'t too bad - most of it melted by the evening. Public transport was thrown into a chaos though. It\'s been ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Japan Travel Blog (Day 4) – Tokyo: Shibuya & Toky

It was only day 4 in Japan. And already, I was craving for pasta! At noon, we were in an area someplace near Shibuya when an unusual rocket-shaped gla ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Sake by Region Updates: Ibaraki and Tokyo

Two posts in the Sake by Region series which is under revision, have been updated and expanded and are available at: Ibaraki and Tokyo. ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Japan Travel Blog (Day 9) – Kyoto, Part 2

(Note: bumper crop of images – 5 megabytes’ worth! The largest yet! Please be patient with the loading.) Xanthe and I spent the entire day visitin ...
01-02-2016 21:47
01-02-2016 21:46

Modern Japanese Fiction by Year (1): 1885-1899, Beginnings

In 1868, at the beginning of the Meiji period, a complete transformation of Japanese society started, but that was not immediately true for literatur ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Heaven & Hell in Ishikawa

It’s cold year round, not hot, in the Hanibe Cave where the “Fushi Jigoku” (Satirical expression of Hell) sit alongside eerily lit statues on a ...
01-02-2016 21:47

When Retro Never Becomes Retro

Most travelers to far away foreign lands can tell you stories of songs they never expected to see or hear, in places where few might possibly know wha ...
01-02-2016 21:46

The Japanese Seasons: January

January (Ichigatsu) is the month that the new year starts in the solar or Gregorian calendar, although technically it is still winter. In fact, Daika ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Silver Week in Japan

All that glitters is not gold, in this case it’s silver and the name of the newest grouping of holidays on the Japanese calendar.  Golden Week in Ja ...
01-02-2016 21:47

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 3 (K

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 3ashibiki noyamadori no wo noshidari-wo nonaga-nagashi yo wohitori kamo nemu?????????????????????????????Must I sleep alonethroug ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Tokyo Illuminations

So what is the festive season like in Japan then" Well there are a load of illuminations all over the place which start to go up pretty much as soon a ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Is Visiting Tokyo Skytree Worth it"

The Tokyo Skytree certainly became a new symbol of Tokyo and is very popular among tourists. But is it really worth visiting Tokyo Skytree considering ...
01-02-2016 21:46

The Freaky Kawaii Monster Cafe in Harajuku

Harajuku (especially Takeshita Dori) is known for unique and freaky fashion styles, so it’s not a surprise that you’ll also find some freaky theme ...
01-02-2016 21:46

Hyakunin Isshu (One Hundred Poets, One Poem Each), Poem 5 (S

Hyakunin Isshu, Poem 5okuyama nimomiji fumiwakenaku shika nokoe kiku toki zoaki wa kanashiki???????????????????????When I hear the voiceof the crying ...
01-02-2016 02:57

Coming of Age Day Japan

Monday was a public holiday known as "Seijin no Hi" [????[??????]] or "Coming of age day" where those who have turned 20 are declared adults meaning t ...
01-02-2016 02:46

Japan Travel Blog (Day 2) ? Tokyo Disneyland

I have never been to Disneyland in my entire life! Now that I’m in Tokyo, I know that I just HAVE to go there! To me this is one of those must-visit ...
01-02-2016 21:47

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