Ninja Akasaka dinner, Themed Dinner, Tokyo themed dinner, themed dinner restaurant, diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane, Traveling with Kids, Family Travel, Ninja
Themed dinner restaurants in Tokyo are easy to spot. Pictures of weird and kooky paraphernalia dancing wildly around in the windows with cryptic signage and someone dressed up in full themed regalia dancing outside the entrance is almost guaranteed. They are everywhere in Tokyo and come in every theme, category and style.  The very best of them all is the...
Compilation photo of Japanese snacks in photoshop
We love to test out the local snacks in every place we visit, and Japan was no different. From chips to drinks, and candy to chocolate nothing escapes the imperious scrutiny of our taste beds. Our favorite Japanese snacks range from flavored biscuits to grape soda. And, since we spent time throughout the country from Hiroshima to Kyoto to Tokyo...
Every Disney Park Across the Globe Ranked Best to Worst, Which Disney Park is the Best Favorite Disneyland
Our journey to discover the best Disneyland in the world has been a magical one. A journey that has taken us from the snow capped mountains of the Matterhorn to 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. We've traveled over 23,000 miles, over a span of five years, to be able to pronounce: Mickey Accomplished!  Our family has celebrated, rejoiced and played...
How to behave inside a tiny Japanese shower as a giant foreigner is probably not a question you ever thought you'd need to google search. But here you are. Standing face to face with a shower nozzle positioned lower than your belly button and a large square box as deep as your shoulders.  This is different.  But don't worry. We are...
Popcorn, Tokyo Disneyland, Tokyo Disney Sea, Family, Travel, Mickey Mouse, Souvenir
Flavored popcorn is all the rage in Tokyo Disney, and something that cannot be missed! Flavors range from Curry to Chocolate and you can have it all! Heck, you can even mix it together if you really want to take it to another level! But no matter how you eat it, you can't go to Tokyo Disney and not...
Peace Memorial Museum, Peace Memorial Hall, Atomic Bomb Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Aftermath of Atomic Bomb dropped on Hiroshima, traveling with kids, family travels, creating family memories
No words can really quite convey the experience of witnessing the city of Hiroshima first hand. Though Hiroshima is a proper noun and not a verb, it’s difficult to separate the two as Hiroshima is a place defined by its history. A visit to the Peace Memorial Park will offer you a sobering glimpse into the past as you...
Daiso, Daiso Japan, 100 Yen Stores, Jujo Shopping, Harajuku Takeshita Dori, Shopping in Japan with kids, creating family memories, traveling with kids, family travel
Imagine shopping at the Dollar Tree for something other than an obligatory toddler birthday gift, a toilet scrubber, or candy for the movie theater. Imagine going into the Dollar Tree and finding items you actually want to buy and can use for more than 24 hours! Would you believe me if I told you a place like this actually...
Karaoke in Japan, Fantasy Karaoke, Tokyo, Karaoke in Japan, Rick Roll, Diapersonaplane, Diapers on a plane, creating family memories, family travel, traveling with kids
When we visited Japan we knew exactly what we wanted to do in both Hiroshima and Kyoto. They were easy - they had designated attractions that were obvious and historical. Places we couldn't miss! But when it came to planning our adventures in Tokyo, we were at a loss. Tokyo has no distinctive genre of attractions. It’s a melting...
Shibuya Scramble Crossing, Tokyo, Japan, Busiest crosswalk, Busiest Pedestrian Crossing in the world, diapers on a plane, diapersonaplane, travel with kids, traveling with kids, family travel, creating family memories, crossing the street
The ultimate touristy thing to do, when in Japan, is cross the Shibuya Scramble Crossing. This intersection has five different dedicated crosswalks intersecting six different streets below five different city stop lights. All at once, every single light turns red and pedestrians rule the road. The internet claims that Starbucks offers the best view of the Shibuya Scramble Crossing from...
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...