GPSMyCity subscription giveaway

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GPSMyCity subscription giveaway Up until recently, you could read and download some of my travel articles directly to your smartphone through GPSMyCity services. This has changed this year, to a fully yearly subscription system where you can download as many articles...
Japan budget guide for students

Japan budget guide for students

Japan is one of the most desired and dreamed countries to live, that’s a fact. Constantly applying new regulations for long-term residents, students, and trying to open to highly skilled professionals, still Japan is not that friendly affordable for student pockets....
Things to do in Niigata

Things to do in Niigata

The capital city of Niigata prefecture, in the northern coast of Japan may not be amongst the most popular destinations for tourists. The summer breeze, the seafood, the scenery, the crafts and sake breweries, just 2 hours shinkansen ride from Tokyo. Not enough...
My problem with selfie sticks

My problem with selfie sticks

Almost every traveler has one, even I, that I’m going to complain about it. Not the selfie stick, but complain about the use people makes of it. If tourists were more conscious about their surroundings, then Japan wouldn’t have banned the use of selfie sticks in...
Japan travel apps from Hype in Tokyo

Japan travel apps from Hype in Tokyo

The convenience of being connected to our smartphones makes it easier for independent travelers to wander through a destination. The inconvenience is the need to be connected to the internet to use many of the apps. Sometimes we depend too much of the device and...
How to avoid the crowd at Fushimi Inari

How to avoid the crowd at Fushimi Inari

Being the most important Shinto shrines, and famous for its “thousand gates” in Kyoto. Dedicated to Inari, the gods of rice and business. The popular believe amongst visitors is that, as its name implies from the Japanese “senbon torii”, there’s a thousand red gates...
How to move around Tokyo

How to move around Tokyo

With a massive amount of both train and metro stations, the capital of Japan is one of the most convenient cities to move around, and at the same time, one of the most complicated to understand. Rails are not the only method, and here I’ll make a quick review of...

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Travel photographer and journalist. Degree in Tourism management and master's degree in Travel Journalism. Lived and studied in Tokyo for more than 2 years, where I started my blog Hype in Tokyo. I kept the name from that period in Tokyo for my travel projects as a memento of where it all started.

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