Currency, Japanese yen, money, cash is king in japan, traveling with kids, family travel, diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane
Japanese use the yen, ¥JPY for currency and is currently valued at approximately $1USD to every ¥109JPY. We used the Currency Converter 4.0 on Google Play during our trip. There is a free version, and a full paid version. We did just fine with the free version, and it also offers 15 other currency conversions, plus a built in...
Cat Cafe, Cat Cafe MoCHA, Harajuku, Takeshita Dori, Child Friendly, Diapers On A Plane, diapersonaplane,
We were very intrigued by the notion of a Cat Cafe when we visited Japan. At first it seemed so foreign to us that people would go to a place to play with cats, rather than just have a pet at home. Then we discovered that most places to live in Japan don't allow pets, even though Japanese culture revolves...
Temporary Chinese Transit Visa, 72 Hour, 144 Hour, Visa Free China, Great Wall of China, Forbidden City, Shanghai Disneyland, Toy Story Hotel Shanghai, Asia, diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids
Have you ever wanted to go see the Great Wall of China, or visit Shanghai Disneyland without having to pay an extra $1,000 in Chinese Travel Visa’s? You can. And, it’s easy. We’re going to show you how in 2 easy steps. Buy a ticket to a different country than the one you flew in from, within 72...
Mystic Manor, Hong Kong Disneyland, China, Disney, Family travel, traveling with kids, Disney themeparks, Slinky Dog Spin, Toy Story, Best ride at Disney
The single best thing about Hong Kong Disneyland is the ride Mystic Manor. It is the single best ride in any Disneyland the world over, or Walt Disney World. This one of a kind ride is exclusive to Hong Kong Disneyland - you can't find it anywhere else. Taking into account the new Pirate’s of the Caribbean ride in...
Pick pocketed in japan, shinjuku, Don Quixote, safe travels, lesson learned, Tokyo, Japan
Shopping in Japan means having a bunch of cash on you at all times; hardly anyone takes cards. And that is where our story begins: Our Family Was Pick Pocketed in Japan.  ► Ranking: #stinkydiaper A couple days earlier we had been by the Don Quijote in Shinjuku East, because we had heard they were a great place for novelty items,...
Diapers on a plane, Diapersonaplane, traveling with kids, kids in tow, family travel, japan, tori gate, shrine, kyoto, tokyo, asia,
Our family loved our trip to Japan! During the month we stayed we traveled between Hiroshima, Kyoto, Tokyo Disney Resort and wrapped up our trip in the most populated city in the world - Tokyo! This country has everything including rich history, gorgeous geography, religious shrines and temples, vibrant downtown cities and is full of life and Japanese culture.  One...
Omotesando, Harajuku, Tokyo, Kiddyland, Asia, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel, Diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, Tokyo Plaza, Snoopy Town
Kiddyland is located in the Omotesando district of Tokyo, a short walk from the Harajuku district and Takeshita Dori. It is a 5 story building full of toys, novelty items, knick knacks, pool toys, towels, and assorted paraphernalia. They have something for everyone, including Japanese branded toys. Some sections are a bit smaller than others, but you can easily...
Japan, Asia, Shower, Japanese Shower, Traveling with kids, family travel, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane
The Japanese don’t shower per se, they rinse off and then they soak. This cultural norm dates back to the days of public baths, or onsen, which still exist. Due to the fact that the typical body frame of a Japanese person is small - not just thin, but shorter, accordingly tubs in Japan are tall and deep, but...
Travel, Family, Tokyo, Disneyland, Japan, Asia, Fairy Godmother, Mickey, Mouse,, Cinderella's Castle
Of all the Disney parks in the entire world, Tokyo Disneyland is our family's favorite (see our rankings)! Tokyo Disney offers two parks, Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo Disney Sea. The property as a whole is unique in that all the other Disney properties are set apart from the mainland. In Orlando you have to enter a compound, quite literally. At Hong Kong...
How to Read Signs in Japanese, Japanese Signs, Japanese Tourists, Traveling with kids, Family Travel, Creating Family Memories, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane
“Where do these evil tourists come from?” We came across so many unique signs in Japan that we found ourselves taking pictures of them just because we had no idea what they meant. And so we give you: How to Read Signs in Japanese When You Don't Understand Anything Hand Held Bidet “But, I came here to wash my hair!” No Kids Allowed “Sorry, you’ll...

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