Last December, in the midst of the craziness of Manila during the holiday season, I decided to make a “quick escape” with the family to take a breather and to just “chill” — literally and figuratively! My little food business, TASTE BY GRACE HOME was doing well, which also meant
- 2017, Restaurants, Tokyo, Travel Tips, World Cuisine
This trip to Japan which started off in Niseko followed by Kyoto and Osaka is my first big trip in 2017. It is my first as we left on the first day of the new year, on January 1st at that! They say that is the best way to start the year rolling!
Tokyo. The capital of Japan. The city where the ultra-modern is set alongside the traditional.
Tokyo is another city I love going back to. My family and I try to visit at least once a year. And since I am looking forward to going back there again, I checked my photos and saw that I haven’t written about the last time I was there in
Here’s the continuation of my trip to Tokyo! If Part 1 (click here) had a lot of food photos, this Part 2 has even more yummy food adventures! So excuse the many photos, I really just had too many to eat! 🙂
I have been to Tokyo 3 times in the past year. There is something about this ultra-modern, ultra-hip and yet still very traditional Asian city that keeps me coming back for more. The city is dotted with sky high buildings, neon lights and colorful Harajuku girls in the midst of
I have always been fascinated with Japan. The country is rich in history and culture. Although very modern and technologically-driven, the Japanese people never forget their centuries-old traditions. It is clean everywhere. Urban landscape is in order. Everything just seems to work efficiently… not to mention that Japanese food is