On a bright Saturday morning, I made my way towards Ginza for the Tokyo Kabuki Theater better known as Kabukiza Theater. I haven’t seen a kabuki show before nor have I researched what that type of show was about. Surprise me!
United Airlines screwed me on time and miles. But let’s start the story from the beginning. On a Thursday evening at 6pm, I decided to join my friends on a trip to Asia. By 7pm I had my tickets booked. At 9pm I was packed. By 10pm I was at the airport.
Game Bar Continue: An Osaka Video Game Bar I found an Osaka Video Game Bar! A very cool retro gaming spot. Nostalgia, alcohol and video games all in one location in Osaka, Japan. Game Bar Continue brings it all to you.
ARCADE BAR IN JAPAN Just around the corner from my capsule hotel in Osaka, there happened to be an arcade bar! The owner is very cool and personable. He’s an American from Maryland and decided to go to Japan to open an arcade bar. Crazy, right?
Their bow game is out of control! 45’s all day! 45 is the degree of the bow, a very respectful amount. Staying at the suite there is a life I’d like to live, but even getting to live it one day was an amazing experience.
I ended up spending a week in Chiang Mai and 5 of those days were spent at the mall. I don’t like shopping and when I do it’s always online. So most of my time at the mall was spent doing all the non-shopping options.
I’m a big fan of the korean BBQ restaurant in Los Angeles’ K-Town “Kang Hodong Baekjeong.” Within the LA restaurant, they have posters of the other cities they have restaurants in, which happened to be the city I was currently if for the New Year’s break, Sydney.
It’s New Year’s Eve and there are MANY people already taking claim over viewing spots at 9:30am. I stayed at the Pier One Hotel and the only way to get there is to take the train to Circular Quay station and then walk for 10-15 minutes.