FAMILY TRAVEL GUIDE
I have traveled with my daughter from California to Asia once or twice a year since she was five months old. Here are some of the places we have visited. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be happy to share our experiences.
Tsutaya Bookstore's T-site, Okura, Saturday and Onitsuka in Tokyo's creative Daikanyama neighborhood.
The Meiji Shrine is said to be the most important in Tokyo. Right outside the gates are Harajuku Street's kooky shops.
Fushimi Inari Taisha's distinctive feature is the thousands of orange torii gates lining the path from the base to the top of Mount Inari.
This is the kind of place I love. It is beautifully situated in a garden and all the dishes look like works of art and taste delicious.
Kiyomizu means pure water. This present structure was built in 1633 and does not use a single nail in its construction.
Lovely wooden shops and tea houses line the narrow, winding hills of these two famous streets.
Official residence of the Kings of Siam and, later, Thailand since 1782. It is made up of many buildings,halls and pavilions surrounded by gardens and courtyards.
Beautifully preserved teak villas that showcase Jim Thompson as an innovator in interior design, furnishings, and art.