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Ann, a well-known social media influencer over at Petite Diaries, has just posted her review of my new book, Super Cheap Hokkaido. It’s always amazing when people like Ann take the time to review a book of yours, so it made my day to see it! Please check out Ann’s review here and help out […]
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So happy to see that YouTuber and good friend Ernest Keung has featured me in his latest video. He interviewed me about my books, plus we chatted about ways to travel in Japan on the cheap. It was lots of fun talking about Super Cheap Hokkaido and my other guidebooks, as well as bickering over […]
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In preparation for the release of my new book, Super Cheap Hokkaido, I went to Hakodate to see what all the fuss was about! Located to the south of Hokkaido, it’s a port town well known for its foreign influences, fish market and easy-to-use tram system. With a one-day tram pass only costing 600 yen, […]
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My awesome budget travel guide for Hokkaido is finally out! Also visiting Hokkaido or just going there for the winter? This is your perfect travel companion! There is simply no other guide that will show you how, where and when to travel in Hokkaido on a budget. Read a free sample and get yourself a […]
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As part of my research for my new Hokkaido travel book, Super Cheap Hokkaido, I went to a hot spring town that I had been hoping to visit for a long time, Kawayu Onsen. On the eastern side of Hokkaido, it’s pretty much away from where most tourists will go, but could still be considered […]
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Exciting times for Super Cheap Guides! My new book is finally finished. Called Super Cheap Hokkaido, it’s your perfect companion for a trip to Japan’s northern island. Please find out more and read the free sample here. Super Cheap Hokkaido will be out on April 24th. I’ll be posting my favorite Hokkaido pics on Instagram […]
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According to the Japan Weather Association forecasts, the cherry blossoms are expected to bloom a bit earlier than usual in 2019. In Tokyo they are now expected to open around March 22nd. Be sure to check out our guidebooks for where to go on a budget any time of the year. Remember that the cherry […]
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Niseko The most popular resort among western visitors, Niseko sits 100km southwest of Sapporo and boasts some of the best powder skiing in Japan. The area has 5 interconnected resorts with corresponding villages of the same names: Niseko Hirafu, Niseko Village, Niseko Annupuri, Niseko Hanazono, and Niseko Moiwa. Grand Hirafu Grand Hirafu is the largest […]
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A post by John Blagys: The premiere skiing destination in Honshu, Hakuba has been quickly developing into one of the most popular ski resorts in all of Asia. Hakuba gained national recognition after hosting the 1998 Winter Olympics, and the growth has continued since. In fact, this year we anticipate 200,000 foreign stays in Hakuba. […]
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Mount Nokogiriyama is a stunning day trip from Tokyo for those that want to see a bit of the countryside. Located on the Boso Peninsula in Kanto, it’s a 330-meter high mountain looking over Tokyo bay. While it’s a bit of a trek to get there all the way from Chiba, it’s definitely worth it! […]
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