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Nagoya Photo Diary II

This fraction of my Nagoya story comes in fragments from Ise, a little terraqueous piece of land where shrines, fairytale trees and sea creatures bring wonders to life. Don’t be surprised with my lack of words here – it’s not about being slothful. A full  travel guide is up; packed with tips and cost estimates to help you plan a complete, fruitful trip on your own. Hope you enjoy these […]

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Nagoya Travel Guide

Some travel for adventure, some travel to getaway. But if you are looking for a balanced trip with a mixture of sweet nature and bright city life without missing out on some interesting culture, look no further. I recently discovered a city named Nagaoya and while at it, designed an itinerary that still allows for a quick road trip out of town; so that you experience more. Nagoya is a very […]

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Nagoya Photo Diary I

From boarding the plane for my first flight to Japan to feasting on Nagoya’s famous Misokatsu, this photo diary: Part I unfolds all the evidences of indulgence. Recorded in between are memorable / peculiar moments such as discovering signboards with hilarious English typos, sitting on a gargantuan Kinshachi in Nagoya Palace, uncovering Selax (name probably inspired by sex + relax?), witnessing the first signs of red leaves at Noritake, a water roof (!), […]