Osaka is the second largest city in Japan, but #1 in my heart. with a truly unique culture.  People here are warm and funny, in fact most Japanese comedians come from this area…, and of course delicious food! From the impressive Osaka castle and the beautiful skyscrapers, to the lively downtown shinsaibashi area where we can grab a taste of delicious Osaka delicacies (Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, etc). Osaka is my hometown, and I know all the hole-in-the-wall places that serve the BEST food Osaka has to offer. Let me show you my Osaka.


You can touch and feel JAPAN in Kyoto. There are numerous great sites to take pictures in, such as the Arashiyama Bamboo Forest, Temple of the Golden Pavilion, Imperial Palace, beautiful mountains and rivers. Make your experience even more authentic by roaming the streets of Kyoto, wearing a traditional Japanese Kimono.


You will be welcomed by a lot of wild deer at one of Japan’s oldest park in Japan, Nara Park (a 3-minutes walk from Kintetsu Nara station). Designated as National Treasures, you can feed the friendly deer, as well as pose of photos with them. Nara is also home to the world’s largest bronze statue of Buddha, located in Todai-ji (East Great Temple) which is a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Welcome to Tokyo, the capital of Japan.  Tokyo is filled with awesome and unique experiences and of course, beautiful sceneries to capture through the lens.  Enjoy beautiful tranquil walks through Shinjuku Gyoen, or visit Tsukiji Fish Market to eat the best sushi the world has to offer, or I can show you the super kawaii culture of Harajuku!  Tokyo has so many different experiences, and no matter your type of vacation, Tokyo has it in store. Please feel free to work with me for recommendations and send me any questions you might have on your trip to Japan!


You can enjoy and feel Japanese seasons through the tours and workshops are a limited offer only.

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