Hapi and Nicholas
Thank you for visiting our honeymoon registry. We know this is not the typical tradition, but it is the most logical for us. We've lived together for the past 4 years and have acquired most of what we need for our home. As most of you know we love traveling so this registry will allow us to have the honeymoon of our dreams!
Spring Creek, Missouri
A short 10 hour flight to the beautiful city of Tokyo, Japan!
The gorge is V-shaped, created by the Gokase-gawa River, which eroded the Aso lava. Red-tinted precipitous cliffs rising up on both sides of the gorge extend for a long distance. Manai-no-taki Fall...
4 nights in the heart of Japan
A relaxing, serene stay in the city of Kyoto
Kibune is a small town in a forested valley in the northern mountains of Kyoto City, which developed around Kibune Shrine. According to legend, a goddess traveled in a yellow boat (hence the name ...
One of the most famous and most beautiful historical gardens in Japan, it is situated in the city of Takamatsu. The spacious park features many ponds, hills, historic trees and beautiful pavilions ...
The most efficient way to travel in Japan is by their bullet train! Reaching all the way from Nagasaki and Tokyo to Kyoto and Hiroshima.
Can't miss out on an opportunity to see really big grown men trying to push each other out of a rink.....
Keep us connected as we travel all over Japan. So we can post, upload and hashtag as we go along!
Taking a bit of history in, visiting the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park
Site seeing, trees, cherry blossoms, Nick sneezing on me.
Our very own Samurai Sword, so Nick can pretend to be a ninja.
A night of pure bliss and spoilage
luggage, travel bags, backpacks... all of the neccessites while traveling abroad
We are feeding a bodybuilder...
Hot springs have a very long history in Japan, and they are an intimate part of Japanese culture. There are over 3,000 “onsen” – or hot springs – in Japan, many which can be found at the ryokans li...
A taste of Japanese culture
Can't miss out on traditional Japanese Tappenyaki style dinner!
A village in Kyoto, in Toyko, nagasaki or Osaka.... all over Japan
This speaks for itself....
What's a honeymoon registry?
Wanderable is a new and unique honeymoon registry that allows wedding guests to gift
meaningful and memorable experiences to a newlywed couple.
Similar to a traditional registry where the couple registers for gifts,
couples will create a Wanderable registry website where guests can choose a thoughtful
experience to give based on their unique relationship with the couple.
Couples who choose Wanderable want a beautiful experience to help begin their journey together.
A marriage is about the experience of life and the journey you are just beginning together.
Wanderable believes that this is at the core of marriage. And the only way to help a
couple celebrate this is to provide a meaningful wedding gift of one of the first experiences
of this journey together.
Wanderable helps couples get started on their journey by providing a unique way for
guests to give more than a thing, but a gift of a new life experience the couple can share.
We believe that experiences can be made into memorable gifts, that feel as real as receiving
any other gift you can unwrap.