Finally another Japan travel diary post. I’m very happy and deeply honored that some of you are waiting and enjoying our Japan travel blog posts. This time I’m gonna share with you one of our most memorable places at Tokyo, that is Yanaka. Continue reading [JAPAN] Yanaka – Old Town of Tokyo
Showa Kinen Park is a very popular destination to visit during spring and autumn. Since it is spring already, AnakJajan decided to share with you our spring memories at Showa Kinen Park – Tachikawa Tokyo. Continue reading [JAPAN] Spring Memories at Showa Kinen Park – Tachikawa Tokyo
When it comes to Bali, AnakJajan always love the serenity of Ubud area. A while ago AnakJajan had an amazing stay at Alaya Hotel & Resort Ubud Bali. Continue reading ALAYA Hotel & Resort
Hello Sahabat Jajan! Do you still remember our travel post about Ultimate Japan Travel Guide Tips?? We are very happy to receive so many positive responses from all of you. And there’s one particular topic that many of you are interested in, which is Internet Connection in Japan.
Continue reading Japan Connected Free Wi-Fi
Where do you go usually when you are at Ubud, Bali for breakfast, lunch, dinner or even coffee or tea time?? Have you been to Petani restaurant?? This time AnakJajan are going to review Petani Restaurant at Alaya Ubud Bali. Continue reading Petani Restaurant – Alaya Ubud Bali
When visiting Japan, get yourself matcha greentea as much as you can. I don’t know why but I always went crazy every time I saw matcha related food or snacks. I always love the distinctive flavor from Japanese green tea, I don’t know if it’s just me of many of you also love matcha as much as I do. Luckily Mr. Jajan supports my obsession with Matcha because he gets to do his favorite activity too, that is eat! Hahahaha. This time I’m gonna share with you some matcha green tea stuff we had during our trip to Tokyo. Continue reading [JAPAN] Matcha Green Tea Diary
Hello, time to continue our Japan trip story. I know that it has been a while since the last time we published Japan travel post on our blog, actually there are still soooo many things that we want to share. Continue reading [JAPAN] Exploring Harajuku – Omotesando – Aoyama Tokyo
There is one question that I keep receiving from my friends after getting proposed, “how did he propose?”. When it comes to my personal life, I don’t fancy talking about it to anyone, it’s not because I’m hiding it or it’s a secret, it’s just because I naturally never like sharing any details about my life.
Just like this particular wedding proposal story, at first I just want to keep it alone, but recently after we got married on 27 April 2014 and back from our Japan honeymoon (you can see our Japan honeymoon trip on our instagram @AnakJajan & @iamMarius with hashtag #AnakJajanJAPAN) I decided to pour it on this blog because I want to have a detailed record while I still have a clear and good memory about it. After all, the main reason I made this blog is to be me and Mr. Jajan’s diary, well mostly about food because we love to eat (together) 🙂
There are so many things that AnakJajan want to share with you from out last trip to Japan. I will slowly write and update the links below every time a post about Japan is published. Continue reading AnakJajan Japan Series
Aoyama Flower Market is one of the famous flower shop you can easily find at Tokyo – Japan. Everytime I walk pass an Aoyama Flower Market shop, I will always stop for a while and feast my eyes with those beautiful flowers they have. I just simply love the decoration and flower arrangement there. Continue reading [JAPAN] Aoyama Flower Market Tea House
246 COMMON is a community located at Aoyama area – Tokyo (near harajuku – omotesando).
An outdoor area consist of more than 20 small shops/truck prividing drink, snacks, lunch, dinner, coffee shop, bakery, flower and clothing shops. Continue reading [JAPAN] 246 COMMON / Commune 246 (reopened & renamed)
Shinjuku Gyoen is one of the largest and popular park at Tokyo. It is also one of the best places to see Cherry Blossoms during spring season at Tokyo because it has more than 400 cherry trees with different varieties. Continue reading [JAPAN] Shinjuku Gyoen – My Cherry Blossom Diary