Prime Brunch in Hayama, Japan 

Yesterday three gal friends and myself ventured out to Hayama, Japan to enjoy brunch at Prime Brunch.  The food, environment, and staff were wonderful. The french toast platter was delicious. I’ll be visiting again soon with my kids who also love big American style breakfast food.  Here are the details:  Website: http://www.primebrunch.com Located: 3 Chome-4-3 … More Prime Brunch in Hayama, Japan 

Kawaii Monsters Cafe: Harajuku,  Tokyo 

 Two weeks ago we went to the infamous Kawaii Monster Cafe by Sebastian Masuda in the Harajuku area of Tokyo. It was as creative and amazing as advertised. There were cute monsters, as the word kawaii denotes “cute”, adorable desserts, delicious food, and fun themed japanese dishes with wasabi dip, and scientific dessert concoctions. Even … More Kawaii Monsters Cafe: Harajuku,  Tokyo 

Driving in Japan

  Before moving to Japan, one of the things I was the most nervous about was driving. Not just driving in a foreign country, but driving in a country with Kanji marking signs I didn’t understand (yet), and driving on the wrong side left side of the road.     The majority of the world … More Driving in Japan

Strawberry Picking in Misakiguchi

Japan offers a multitude of “U-pick” berry orchards and picking areas.  Most of these U-pick farms offer tangerines (mikans) and strawberries (ichigo) during the late winter and into spring, melons during the summer, and sweet potatoes during the fall.   During the months of January through May, there are many strawberry U-picks open throughout the … More Strawberry Picking in Misakiguchi