Tag Archives: Wanderers

Yaesu-dori street eating

On the way to the Ginza for a bit of window shopping, the plan was to take in the Bridgestone Museum of Art, a fantastic public legacy of its founder Ishibashi Shojiro. But lunch was first. Taking the suggested Yaesu … Continue reading

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Top 5 posts about Japan

I got a Happy Anniversary notification from WordPress the other day – for 2 years of blogging. Has it actually been that long? With only 76 posts to my name, I can’t be labeled prolific. With dozens of draft posts … Continue reading

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Wandering to Japan

Alright, I need to be upfront. My next favourite football team after those ageing Socceroos is the Western Sydney Wanderers. And they will be playing in Japan early in 2014. Don’t be alarmed, but be ready for a light sprinkling … Continue reading

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Free visitor advice service

Tokyo is one of the great cities of the world with 1,001 things to see or do. Making a decisions about what how to spend your little time there will define your visit. So, here is my free visitor advice … Continue reading

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Fying Sydney to Narita

This time things were smoother – no changes to flight plans. But funny how other things pop up. \you know when you are checking in a two groups of about 100 high school kids goes to the Group Check-in Counter … Continue reading

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