Having hailed from a place where sandy shores are the norm, I’ve found myself captivated by the serene allure of Japanese onsen retreats, particularly those boasting private outdoor onsen experiences. This penchant recently led us to a remarkable find: Kaze no Mori.
This post continues the narrative of my trip and serene overnight stay at Oyado Uraku, a quaint Ryokan in Yufuin, Oita. In my previous entry, I provided an overview of the experience. Now, I’d like to delve deeper into the details of my stay. I mentioned that the trip marked our wedding anniversary, and myContinue reading “A Serene Overnight Stay at Oyado Uraku, a Quaint Ryokan in Yufuin, Oita”
Train rides, especially longer ones, allow us to be imaginative with our thoughts. Sitting comfortably in your seat while watching the views outside as the train glides along the tracks past scenic landscapes is a perfect time for introspection if not a mundane one. Yesterday, I embarked on an extensive train journey, spanning from TokyoContinue reading “Reflecting on Scenic Train Rides and Inner Musings”