The One about the LectroFan Micro Sound Machine

If I can describe this small LectroFan sound machine in one word, it would be “AWESOME!”. It’s one thing for the LectroFan Micro Sound Machine to be a portable Bluetooth speaker, which is common these days. But where the major selling point of the LectroFan is the fact that aside from being a Bluetooth Speaker, it’s also a sound machine for those who need sounds while sleeping. According to LectroSound: […]

The One about the Narita Express (N’EX)

Back in 1991, the Japan Rail Company (JR East) unveiled the Narita Express (N’EX). The train is a limited express train service that serves Narita International Airport from major Tokyo stations.  Originally, JR wanted to run a high speed Narita Shinkansen underneath the airport terminal but the plan was abandoned. But the Narita Express is convenient and the trains are now utilizing the E259 series EMU trains as of 2009.  […]

The One about the Crystal View Observatory at Kasai Rinkai Park in Edogawa

Back in 1989, with the opening of Kasai Rinkai Park in Edogawa, Tokyo, the reclaimed manmade island is known for its aquarium and bird sanctuary. Considered as the second largest park in Tokyo (after Mizumoto Park in Katsushika), one of the coolest architecture in the location is the Crystal View Observatory designed by Yoshio Taniguchi.  Constructed in 1994 and completed in 1995. A popular location for people to visit and […]

The One about Alan Crosland’s “The Flapper”

Chances are…that many people today have never heard of the silent actress Olive Thomas.  If anything, for most people who frequent the New Amsterdam Theatre in New York City, her name is known as the ghost that is supposedly haunting the theatre. Sure, there are many people today who are familiar with Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Norma Shearer, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow and many female actresses of the era, but […]

The One about the Polar Bottle Cenote Hydration System

As a person who uses and have reviewed water reservoir from other companies, I know there are people who are not exactly to thrilled about investing on a backpack for just a water reservoir during at rip. As most backpacks allow for a water hydration packs and an opening for a water reservoir/tube, those who want to save money without investing in a backpack may have interest in Cenote Hydration […]

The One about Kaz and Mariko Yamaguchi’s Honeymoon Video

Today’s Travel Inspiration blog post goes to Kaz and Mariko Yamaguchi. The couple traveled to 48 countries in 400 days and through their honeymoon journey, Kaz and Mariko  took along a DJI Phantom 3 Advanced drone. Considering that Kaz doesn’t have much experience with the drone, what he was able to capture is simply amazing and inspirational. The couple documented their travels on their blog, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and also […]

The One about Seattle’s Best Coffee – Breakfast Blend K-Cups

Before Seattle’s Best Coffee became a subsidiary coffee retailer owned by Starbucks, going back as far as 1969, Seattle’s Best Coffee was an ice cream and coffee shop known as Wet Whisker based in northwest Seattle. Founder Jim Stewart would purchase green coffee beans from local roasters to be roasted and he sold them at Wet Whisker.  As the shop was sold in 1970, Jim Stewart and his brother Dave […]

The One about Christmas Shopping in Japan

While Christmas means different things for people in America.  For those who are religious, look at Christmas as the day Jesus Christ was born, while others look at Christmas as a holiday of gift-giving and that time of the year where you get several days off and spend time with family and/or friends. In Japan, while Christmas is similar in terms of the latter, they also adopted the Christmas shopping […]