One month already since I’ve left Japan and came back to Melbourne. Time is flying by so fast. I lose track of the days. But Japan feels like yesterday. I saw so much and went to so many places, yet I feel I still there’s so much I haven’t done, so many places I haven’t been to. I hadn’t left the country that I was already dreaming of coming back!

At the end of February, I took the plane from Melbourne, to land 9 hours later in Tokyo. Thanks to a good preparation, I (quite) easily went to take the train to get to Asakusabashi and arrive at my hostel tired but happy. I had the whole day to myself, to start tasting, exploring, and buying the last things i would need for the trip. And at the end of the day, Tak arrived, as tired as I was (even a bit more!) but ready to join me in what would be an amazing 3 weeks of discovery!


TOKYO 1 – Arrivée/ Akihabara

TOKYO 2 – Asakusa / Akihabara

TOKYO 3 – Marunouchi / Ginza

TOKYO 4 – Shibuya/ Shinjuku

TOKYO 5 – Ryogoku

TOKYO 6 – Ikebukuro

TOKYO 7 – Ueno/ Yanaka

TOKYO 8 – Nakano / Shibuya

TOKYO 9 – Daikanyama

HIROSHIMA + Miyajima


OSAKA 1 – Kaiyu Pass

OSAKA 2 – Dotonbori / Namba

OSAKA 3 – Umeda

KYOTO 1 – Fushimi Inari

KYOTO 2 – Gion

KYOTO 3 – Arashiyama

KYOTO 4 – Imperial palace

TOKYO – Last day!

Here’s roughly our itinerary and all the wonderful neighborhoods/districts/cities we’ve been to.

Japan, you are weird and pretty and amazing and I love you. Those 3 weeks were fantastics but somehow way too short. I won’t say sayonara to you, but matane! See you soon.


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