There’s no doubt that Japan is leading the way for solo travel. Wherever you go, you see locals dining alone in restaurants and convenient stores, unlike some other cities and countries which do not see solo traveling and solo dining as the norm. On my first solo trip to Tokyo last summer, I enjoyed the freedom of roaming around and dining alone, without the fear of being judged. If you are thinking of doing the same, here are some of the food places I headed to.
Mt. Fuji clearly needs no introduction and is definitely on most travelers’ bucket list. Likewise, I decided to book a day tour from Tokyo to view Mt. Fuji since I happened to be in Tokyo. However, since it was Summer season, I failed terribly to see Mt. Fuji in its fullest glory. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the tour as I got to visit many scenic places and after all, Mt. Fuji still has its charm regardless of the season. Continue reading