All You-Can-Drink + Magic = Going out to a show and waking up at home AKA How to survive a magic show? AKA Assault on your liver with alcohol and magic This was the most amazing way to spend 2 hours and 3800JPY. I mean […]
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While in Osaka, I got “hooked” on conveyor belt sushi. Get it? Hooked? Sushi? Hooking a fish? Thank you for continuing to read this post. I’ll stop being punny.
As I was looking through the brochure for Huis Ten Bosch, one of the attractions was a restaurant staffed by robots. Seeing this as another unique experience, we made our way to the robot restaurant to grab some food.
Huis Ten Bosch – The giant Dutch amusement park city that you’ve never heard of.
Henn-Na Hotel (Dan’s Rating: 2/5) Known to be the first robot hotel, but known to me to be staffed by incompetent robots.
Battleship Island was originally a coal mining town, but later abandoned when the mines ran dry. Over 40 years of typhoons and rough weather has decayed this city into a beautiful disaster.
Would you go to a place just because it has a cool name? I would…and I did!
I didn’t set off in an adventure to find the scariest arcade in Japan, but that’s how things ended up. It was one of the coolest destinations I found on Atlas Obscura and I just happen to like arcades. I also like not being murdered.
The title says it all. Cremia is a special type of ice cream that I have only seen in Japan. It’s not available everywhere and it costs much more than regular ice cream, but is absolutely worth it.
At an izakaya called 炉端亜紗 喜三郎 (Kozaburo Kirisaki) in Nagasaki, I noticed two unusual menu options: whale and horse. I haven’t really thought about eating those two creatures before, but since I had the opportunity I went for it.