We hope you all survived this massive heat wave!Here are our top picks for the week of July 15th to July 21st, be sure to check out these accounts and give them a follow!
Harajuku is a popular shopping neighborhood in Tokyo that is known as being the hub for Japanese pop culture. We highly recommend checking out this unique neighborhood in central Tokyo that offers plenty of things to do and see. Map included!
Don't miss out on the amazing street food that Tokyo has to offer! Here is a list of Tokyo streets snacks that you should try on your visit to the food capital of the world.
We spent a beautiful afternoon wandering the nation's capital and putting our instax to good use. Here's our little photo series, showcasing Washington DC through instax!
From department stores that span multiple levels to itty bitty independently run shops, Tokyo has it all. We've summarized the types of stores you'll find in Tokyo as well as specific ones you shouldn't miss out on in this Tokyo shopping guide. Happy shopping!
There are so many FREE things to do in Washington DC, that you could easily plan your itinerary around only free attractions and still not get to everything! Here are a list of the nation's capitals monuments, memorials, museums, and parks that are all free of charge. Map included!
The POW! WOW! DC murals conveniently mapped out so you can to check them out for yourself! All are located within walking distance from one another in the NoMa district of Washington, DC.
Asakusa is an old-fashioned district in Tokyo, Japan and home to Tokyo's oldest temple, making it a popular tourist area. With plenty of things to do, you could easily spend a whole day exploring Asakusa and its surrounding areas! Guide & map included.
Welcome to Georgetown, Ladurée! Ladurée's first Washington, DC location is conveniently located on M Street, in the heart of Georgetown. This location offers a tea room and a boutique for all your to-go pastry needs.
Shopping in Tokyo, Japan is next level. From multi-level departments stores to tiny specialized shops that only sell chopsticks, Tokyo has it all. It can be overwhelming, but there is one retail concept you have to check out while in Tokyo: 100 yen shops aka hyaku-en (¥100) shops.