Terracotta Army

Xi’an – Terracotta Army

Xi’an is the oldest surviving capital of ancient China. It was capital for 13 imperial dynasties, with 73 […]



Beijing is a humongous city! And I mean it! I knew it’s big, but I didn’t expect that […]

The Great Wall


I just came back from China!!!! Yey! It was two weeks full of a workout!!  In a couple […]

The Tosho-gu Shrine 2


Nikko is a mountain town located 2 hours away from Tokyo. That makes it a perfect destination for […]

Odaiba Statue of Liberty

Tokyo sights

I previous posts I have mentioned already that Tokyo is a humongous bustling city with so many activities. […]

Tokyo Tower


It is finally time to visit the capital! Tokyo has been Japans capital since 1869. Tokyo Metropolis is […]



Hakone is a famous hot spring town, which is one of the reasons why I decided to go […]



Nara was the first permanent capital of Japan in 710. It moved later to Nagaoka and then to […]

Bamboo Grove

Western Kyoto

In this post, I will write about Arashiyama District in the western part of Kyoto. I am pretty […]

Kinkakuji Temple

Northern Kyoto

Sights in the northern part of Kyoto are a little further from the downtown. So the best way […]

Nijo castle

Central Kyoto

In central Kyoto, you can find two of the most important tourist sites in the city: the Imperial […]

Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine

Southern Kyoto

There are a couple of temples to visit in the southern part of Kyoto. Unfortunately, I only had […]


Eastern Kyoto

I have already mentioned that Kyoto is vast.  Today let me show you what exciting things you can […]

Nishiki Market

Downtown Kyoto

Let’s start our Kyoto visit from downtown. As I wrote before, Kyoto has so many places to visit […]



I think Kyoto was the best place to visit in Japan. It is an ancient capital that is […]

Himeji 1


Himeji Castle The place is best known for its white castle – Himeji castle. It is called Hakuro-jo […]


Day in Miyajima

Miyajima, also known as Itsukushima, was one of the best places I have visited in Japan. It is […]