Join us as we take this cruise ship around Lake Ashi in Hakone, Japan!
Throughout Japan inter-country border checkpoints existed. Hakone was the most important. Why? Click to find out!
Check out our review of the Moto-Hakone Guest House. This hostel is close to all things around Lake Ashi and Hakone town!
This museum offers some beautiful outdoor sculptures and a 2-story indoor Picasso collection. No matter which form of art you enjoy, you'll be sure to find something you'll love!
We explore the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building for the views of a lifetime. How can this be free?
I received my fortune at this temple. Check out what it told me!
A full hostel tour and review of Playsis East Tokyo.
Senso-ji is Tokyo's oldest and most popular temple. Learn more about it!
Learn what it's like to be in an earthquake or power storm as we experience these intense simulators!
McDonalds has some interesting menu options - but this is the first time I have ever heard of a Moon Burger!
7 Years after the nuclear disaster we go back to Akane's home town. Abandoned and unlivable, we visit this highly controlled city.
Our first full day in Japan allowed me to see the Pacific Ocean for the first time. Very cool experience. Check it out!
In our first video we take the time to show you our journey from Canada to Japan. We talk about the struggles we had with my passport and look back at how we got into this mess in the first place.
We took 2 flights this day. The first was a short 2 hour flight from Halifax to Toronto. The second however was a long 13 hour flight from Toronto to Tokyo.
Once we arrived we took a 2 hour train ride from Tokyo to Iwaki. Follow us on YouTube for the complete journey!
Join us starting November 1, 2019 for a new series. In this series we explore the wonderful land of Japan - an island on the end of Asia.
We cross North America and then the Pacific Ocean to get to our destination - Akane's home country. It is my first time in Japan, and my first time in the part of the world.
It's amazing how different and how similar Japan is compared to Canada (my home). We spend 3 wonderful weeks here exploring places like Tokyo, Fukushima and Okinawa.