A friendly witch and her husband on a roof overlooking the path of philosphy in Kyoto. Keep traveling!
It starts to get dark when hundreds of people gather at the Yasaka-jinja, the guardian shrine of the famous Gion neighbourhood in Kyoto. Keep traveling
A sparrow rests on the ruins of the Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Promotion Hall. This building was one of the very few that remained standing after the “Little Boy” atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945 at 8:15 a.m. wiping out the complete city. Keep traveling!
Our first neon experience in Japan: Fukuoka, the sixth largest city of the country Keep traveling!
An ema is a small wooden board that can be bought at a shrine: write your wishes on the back side and hang it so that the kami enshrined at that specific place of worship will read it and make it come true. Keep traveling!
Taking advantage of the hot springs offered by the volcanoes, you can indulge yourself in the onsens and rotemburos of Beppu. Another fun way Keep traveling!
Black butterfly feeding on an agapanthus in Glover garden, a beautiful garden overlooking the bay of Nagasaki, Kuyshu. Keep traveling
While hiking along the slopes of Mount Aso, this curious badger decided to play hide and seek with us. Keep traveling!