Solo female travel blog featuring travel tips, videos, and photography from around the world.

Ocean and sand


This category will have 4 primary targets, such as” solo female travel,” “adventure travel,” “spiritual travel,” and don’t let us forget the main one, “food travel.”


This category is for everything in Asia, starting with destination points, sightseen, culture, tips, and tricks. Suggestions and a lot of pictures from my travels.

Clear water at the beach


This category is mainly for the reblogged content; no matter what platform it will be, there will always be a link to the source, so you can find the original.

Featured from the blog

Seven myths about Okinawa

Most people are familiar with the Japanese capital of Tokyo and Osaka, and Kyoto, but much of this fascinating nation […]

Okinawa, Japan

Known as the “Hawaii of Japan”, Okinawa has amazing star-gazing, diving, unique cuisine, and yes, cherry blossoms too. Whatever misconceptions […]

Yosa Buson

Drinking up the cloudsit spews out cherry blossoms –Yoshino Mountain. Wind blowsthey scatter and it diesfallen petals Petals fallingunable to […]

Haiku Poetry About Japan’s Cherry Blossoms

A cloud of cherry blossoms;The temple bell,-Is it Ueno, is it Asakusa? How many, many thingsThey call to mindThese cherry-blossoms! […]

Masaoka Shiki

The cherry blossoms:Being ill, how many thingsI remember about them Scatter layerby layer, eight-layeredcherry blossoms Moon at twilighta cluster of […]

Evening blossom

A visit to Tokyo in late March or early April isn’t complete without a hanami (flower-viewing) session to see Japan’s […]

Katsuyama Park, Japan

This bridge leads from the Sakura City Museum to Katsuyama Park, built in the remains of Katsuyama Castle. During the […]

Hikarigaoka park, Nerima-ku, Japan

A pillar of anime history, surrounded by neighborhood parks and gardens. Nerima City, a central, yet beautifully green neighborhood, is […]

Ushiku Daibutsu (Buddha)

The Ushiku Daibutsu (“Great Buddha of Ushiku”) in Ushiku City, Ibaraki Prefecture. Stands 120 meters tall and is one of […]


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