JR Vacation says:
This photo was taken in our longest-ever train ride (approximate 6-7 hours) from Ueno in Tokyo to Hakodate in Hokkaido in winter 2014. We wanted to experience traveling from a non-snowy city to a snowy city; the magical moment of witnessing snow when the train travels out from the tunnel. It was indeed a very exciting moment at first but after witnessing 3-4 times of such moments (it’s surprising that the train travels through snowing- non snowing- snowing weather), I started to feel really bored on the train! So, this became the first and last time we travelled on such route. Btw, this hello kitty is actually a mini heatpad cover. ?


Our first taste of wagyu beef in this Hawaiian themed bbq restaurant at Kawaguchiko in June 2014 and it remains the best ever! I could still vaguely remember how the beef just melt in my mouth instantly. Maybe it’s the first experience or maybe R is just good at bbqing. ? Will definitely return to this restaurant if we visit kawaguchiko again.
Hana Amiyaki Kawaguchiko:
http://www.kawaguchiko-hana.jp/menu/index.html

5. JR Vacation says: Our first taste of wagyu beef in this Hawaiian themed bbq restaurant at Kawaguchiko in June 2014 and it remains the best ever! I could still vaguely remember how the beef just melt in my mouth instantly. Maybe it’s the first experience or maybe R is just good at bbqing. 😂 Will definitely return to this restaurant if we visit kawaguchiko again.Hana Amiyaki Kawaguchiko: http://www.kawaguchiko-hana.jp/menu/index.html

Posted by JR Vacation – Japan Travel on Tuesday, June 26, 2018


Fond memories of autumn foliage viewing at Fujikawaguchiko Autumn Leaves Festival in 2014. Beautiful sighting of a shy Mt Fuji behind the clouds, and leaves of different hues of red, orange, green and yellow within the park, accompanied by occasional breeze.
2018 Fujikawaguchiko Autumn leaves Festival will take place from November 1 to November 23.

Official website: http://www.fujisan.ne.jp.e.aca.hp.transer.com/event/info.php?no=680

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Hi there! We are just a pair of Singaporean couple who have an extraordinary love for Japan travel. Our first visit to Japan was in 2011 and since then, we are addicted! With more than 18 F&E visits, we are happy to share our experiences and tips on Japanese travel, food, shopping and culture via this blog, especially with first-time visitors from Singapore to Japan. We would love to also interact with fellow Japan travel lovers and do feel free to drop us a line if you have queries, information to share or require assistance in your trip planning. Enjoy the ride on our JR Vacation! Jue Wee.

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