Eats in Nagasaki

When one mention food in Nagasaki, Champon and Castella comes to mind. After walking around the Peace Park, I found 山東省 (Santosho) and small place specializing in Champon. There might be other more delicious place but this place was the closest I could find in my hungry state :D. It was not bad at all and…

Manhole : Nagasaki City

Any trip around Japan will not be complete without finding it’s manhole cover, so while walking around the city I finally found it near the the peace park. The design depicts the city’s flower, Ajisai (Hydrangea). Unfortunately, this time I could not find the colored version. Maybe you will luckier than me when you visit…

Hello Nagasaki

2017 was the year I found myself traveling more locally in Japan and visited some of the places on my list, one of those is Nagasaki City. If you are familiar with history, Nagasaki is one of the places where the Atomic bomb was dropped during the WWII.  The other one is of course, Hiroshima…

Manhole: Moriguchi City Part 2

The first  Manhole  of Moriguchi City  , that I  found was a bell surrounded by flowers. After following some manhole cover fans in instagram I found another one with a very cute design. The design shows the city’s mascot character “Moriyoshi もり吉” carrying Daikon (Horse Radish) together with the city’s flower Satsuki (Azalea). You can easily…

Third time is the charm

Amanohashidate (天橋立) is one of Japan’s three scenic views. The sandbar is located in Miyazu Bay in northern Kyoto Prefecture. It forms part of the Tango-Amanohashidate-Ōeyama Quasi-National Park. The last two times I visited Amanohashidate was for an all-you-can-eat crab on a winter. We usually just have 90 minutes to eat and a few minutes…