Experiencing baseball in Japan had been another of my bucket list items, so when we heard friends had plans to go the following night we quickly crashed them by inviting ourselves & four kids along. From the start, everything about seeing the Yokohama DeNa Baystars was amazing. There was an eclectic energy as we walked… Read More Japanese Baseball in Yokohama!
There are some days when traveling with our two-year-old is fun and easy. He’s in a wonderful mood, we catch all the right trains, the activities are awesome, and we have a completely magical time. Then there are days that are a tad bit harder. To be perfectly honest, most of those days tend to be… Read More Yokohama Museum of Art. With a Toddler!
When MBH had an unexpected three-day weekend, we took our son to Enoshima, an island just off the coast. It was a trip I’d been saving for a two-parent day, given the crazy amount of stairs and cliffs and hills on the island. It was possibly one of the most Japan things we’d done –… Read More Exploring Enoshima
Bright and early on a rainy Saturday, our son booked into a once-a-month Saturday daycare that we always take advantage of, my better half & I took off for Tokyo to visit one of his Japan bucket list items, the Tsukiji Fish Market – the largest in the world. The market has existed in this location… Read More Tsukiji Fish Market & Ginza