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,...
Mister Donut, Japan, Asia, Dunkin Donuts, Donut Fans, Traveling with kids, Family Travel, Diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane
Mister Donut is the main donut-ery in Japan. It’s so good. It’s so much better than any donut shop I’ve ever been to, especially Dunkin Donuts, and at least on par with Banbury or Voodoo. ► Ranking: #cleandiaper They are on every street corner, in every city in Japan. We found them in Hiroshima, Kyoto, and Tokyo. And they were...
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...
shrines, tokyo, temples, japan, asia, kyoto, hiroshima, traveling with kids, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, family travel
Tokyo is a vibrant city full of people, life, excitement and adventure. The longer we stayed there, the more we discovered how much this city truly had to offer. From dining and shopping to exploring and playing this city has lot of somethings for everyone.   ►Ranking: #cleandiaper Sites and Attractions: Tokyo Disneyland Tokyo Disney Sea Tokyo Disney Celebration Hotel  Tokyo Metropolitan Building Don Quijote Original...
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. It is a one of a kind ride, exclusive to Hong Kong Disneyland. Taking into consideration the new Pirate’s of the Caribbean ride in Shanghai, we had to reevaluate for...
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...
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...
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...
shrines, temples, japan, asia, kyoto, hiroshima, traveling with kids, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, family travel
Kyoto is a remarkable city, frozen in time. It is full of shrines, temples, and monasteries. A city of reverence and faith to the religions of Buddhism and Shinto. During our visit we visited over 50 of these shrines, temples, and monasteries. Some are small and are tucked into a corner, a side street, the edge of parking lot, or...
5 Steps To Using An Asian Squat Toilet, squatty potty, squat toilet, japan, traveling with kids, family travel, diapers on a plane, diapersonaplane
Asian toilets are similar to Western toilets, but you can't sit on them. Yes, the main difference is they are set in the ground, not above ground. You do not sit on the toilet. That means, of course, you squat over them to eliminate, while balancing, the entire time. Most larger populated Asian cities have western toilets, but there...
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