The One about the Fujisan Express

If you ever plan to go to Mt. Fuji, one of the trains that will capture your attention is the Fujisan Express. The train makes stops at Tsuru University, Otsuki Mount Fuji, Fuji Q Highland and Kawaguchiko Stations. The train is equipped with viewing seats and single rooms, while the first car is for observation and viewing tickets (1oo yen) are available. Viewing seats feature wide and bright windows, so […]

The One about the Lewis N Clark RFID Luxe Waist Stash

For those who are traveling overseas and are concerned about theft, you may want to check out Lewis N Clark’s RFID Luxe Waist Stash or money belt, as many would call it. The version I am reviewing is 1283 and the Luxe version comes with a soft, durable, ribbed fabric. The waist stash comes with two zippered compartments and two inner mesh pockets and the strap adjusts to 5o inches. […]

The One about All My Books

Books…I can’t quit you! I have put a lot of my books in storage and as I know it would make my life more simpler to go digital and alleviate this side of my living room that makes it look like I’m a cinema/business/art book hoarder… There is something about having a real book (that you really like and want to own and display) as opposed to a digital book. […]

The One about F.W. Murnau’s “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans”

In 1927, German film director F.W. Murnau (known for his role in German Expressionism) was invited by William Fox to make an Expressionist film for Hollywood and in return, Murnau created a film that would simply become a true classic and a true masterpiece with “Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans”. The film is highly regarded as a masterpiece and is featured in the American Film Institute’s “100 Movies List […]

The One about “Camp Sunset: A Modern Camper’s Guide to the Great Outdoors”

When it comes to camping, I know nothing about it. Just the basic things you pick up on television. But as my parents are in their retirement age and my father had purchased an RV, he would like the family to join them on camping trips. Needless to say, camping is something I’ve never been interested in but I figured, that I’ve never tried it, might as well experience it. […]

The One about the Fuji TV Building in Odaiba

In Odaiba, Japan, the Fuji TV building is one of the more recognized buildings, as it has been featured on television and movies. It’s one of the coolest, modern designed buildings in Odaiba and even years after it was built, it is still an iconic building in Tokyo. And I have been going to visit Fuji TV since 1999 as tours to see the various locations of where TV programs […]

The One about Fudo Park in Meguro

Going to Japan, one can see how public parks differ, when comparing to the United States. Almost near every neighborhood, one can find a park not far away. In Meguro, right next to Ryusenji Temple is Fudo Park. As I was traveling to Ryusenji Temple and finding out the temple was closed for repairs, wanting to rest for a little while, I kicked back and watched the teachers with their […]