Who is ready for Japan’s latest idea? This is what happens when you mix a spa and a theme park together. It’s also good to hear they are already looking to build it!
McDonald’s is a worldwide constant. Honestly, if they knew the moon men would pay a form of currency McD’s would build one on the moon. The McDonald’s menu from different countries are always unexpected to say the least, let’s start with breakfast. The big breakfast- looks awesome and tastes great. it gives you a pancake stack, a sausage patty, toasted muffin buns a hash brown and scrambled eggs. We saw it on the menu after a night where we had a few drinks, we ordered our food sat down and assessed how to tackle breakfast. Butter on the pancake stack Jam upon my muffin Syrup follows butters track My face I will be stuffing Now I don’t know why other countries don’t have this breakfast, but it was great. We also had a McDonald’s breakfast in the airport on the journey back home and that is when I had
Japan is a technological wonder of the world and a paradise for all of geek culture, from anime to video games Japan is an innovator of said scene. And like I said one of their wonders is video games and in this article we will give you a small glimpse into the games via the wonderful world of arcades, now there are two different types of arcades in Japan, one has multiple different types of games that have all sorts of activities, styles and game types and the other type of arcade is known as pachinko In many of the first types of arcades they had up-to seven floors of gaming, normally it starts with the basement, now we ventured down into the basement where they had photo-booths and in these booths not only do you take pictures but you can dress up with some accessories that
Our trip started a little different from most. We went to Asakusa after being told by a few locals elsewhere in Tokyo that it is a great place to visit and we must go there. So taking on their advice, like the lost little sheep we were, we decided to jump on the metro and head straight there after we had visited the war museum located within Yasukuni Shrine in Chiyoda. Only once we got off the train and up to the main streets of Asakusa did we realise that we never actually asked anyone who told us to go here what we should actually do. So whilst walking through the streets, most likely looking like the lost and confused tourists that we most definitely were, we were approached by two nice women dressed in kimonos. At first we were a little sceptical to talk to them as everywhere we