Posts Tagged: nature

Hydrangea storm in Fukuoka

I already went to Fukuoka on my first trip to Japan and, because of a typhoon, couldn’t visit it. I realized after coming again for a few days that I wasn’t actually missing anything. I’m honestly unimpressed. Of course, it’s not an horrible place, I liked Canal City’s fun architecture and the canals, but I also…read more

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Flowers and fireflies at Expo Commemoration Park

The Expo Commemoration Park is a huge park in the north of Osaka. It was the site of World Expo 1970, is now a public park and is famous for one of Osaka’s emblems, the Tower of the Sun.   The parc usually closes early, around 5, but is exceptionnaly open until 9:30 until june 5th…read more

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Sakura overload 2 : Ueno Koen

Ueno Koen is probably one of the two most famous parks in Tokyo with Yoyogi Koen, and is particularly convenient for me because it’s a mere 15 minutes walk from my place, which is the reason why I accepted to go there 3 times in the same week with different people. My first visit was on…read more

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Sakura overload 1 : Shinjuku Gyoen

Being in Tokyo for the sakura season my plans were to go to most famous places to see the cherry blossoms everywhere in the capital. I think I did pretty well tso it’s time for me to start this blog’s first series, sakura overload ! My sakura marathon started on March 30, at Shinjuku Gyoen,…read more

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