Pokemon
Kiddyland Tokyo is the largest toy store in Japan filled with every kind of imaginable toy. Toys for every kid, every adult, every age, and every interest. They've got novelty items, knick knacks, animatronic animals, and everything in between.  What You Need to Know Before Your Trip to Kiddyland Tokyo Where is Kiddyland? Kiddyland Tokyo is located in the Omotesando district, a short...
Mister Donut, Japan, Asia, Dunkin Donuts, Donut Fans, Traveling with kids, Family Travel, Diapersonaplane, diapers on a plane
Everyone is in love with Mister Donut! They are the main doughnut shop in Japan. You can find them on every street corner, in every city in Japan, and always conveniently located. But, spoiler alert! This list isn't just about the mysterious secrets of mister doughnut, it's about a feud between brothers and a legendary rivalry that transpired over...
Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Shrines, Love, Success, Health, Fountains, Waterfall, Mountain, Traveling with kids, Family Travel, Diapersonaplane, Diapers On A Plane,
Shrouded within a forest, the Kiyomizu-dera Temple is balanced on the edge of Mt. Otowa. It is built into the rock wall facing the city of Kyoto overlooking the Higashiyama District to the west. Your journey to Kiyomizu-dera will provide you a glimpse of what you are about to experience along the way. The top most part of the...
Fushimi Inari-Taisha Shrine
When it comes to deciding between booking a hotel or an airbnb in Kyoto, or any part of Japan for that matter, the decision is easy. Definitely book an airbnb. Hotel rates are based per person, not per room, and occupancy levels are strictly adhered to with exact allowances of who can and cannot be in the room. When you are...
Peace Park Memorial, Atomic Bomb Dome, Peace Memorial Park, Peace Memorial, Hiroshima, Nuclear War, Diapers on a plane, diapersonaplane, traveling with kids, family travel, world school
The grounds of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park include the Atomic Bomb Dome, the flame of peace, cenotaph, children’s monument and peace bell. We were fortunate enough to spend two days at this site surveying the grounds and appreciating the monuments and the significance of why they are here. ► Ranking: #cleandiaper As we walked around the grounds here we...
Bullet Train, JR, JR Rail Pass, Metro, Subway, Japan, Diapers on a plane, DiapersONAPLANE, traveling with kids, family travel, rush hour japan, Riding the Shinkansen, Nozomi,
We did not want to miss the Bullet Train on our trip to Japan! Even though I get awesome airline rates as an airline employee, we were willing to forgo this luxury to ride the bullet train both times we traveled from major metropolis to major metropolis. The first time we rode the Bullet Train was from Hiroshima to...
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...
Anti Pickpocket Wallet
Traveling can often mean carrying a lot of cash and valuables around with you at all times, in strange places, where you don't speak the language and often don't really know where you are. Valuables like cash, credit cards, passports, birth certificates, etc.  So, what happens when you lose all your cash and all your credit cards in one fail...
rengeoin sanjusangendo, family, family travel, japan, kyoto, asia, temple
The Rengeoin Sanjusandgendo Temple in Kyoto is the famous temple of 1001 life sized statues of the Buddhist Goddess Kannon Bodhisattva. Kannon resides in the center of the temple flanked on each side by 500 bodhisattvas in 10 columns of 50. Translated, the name has a very specific meaning. Rengeoin means Temple of the Lotus while Sanjusangendo literally means...
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...