Joey and Tom
Your presence at our wedding and in our lives is the best gift you can give us. If you would like to help us go on our honeymoon, we would so greatly appreciate it! We're so excited to plan a real adventure in our first year of our marriage in both Japan and Hawaii and any advice you have is welcomed! We're going to Tokyo, Kyoto and then Kauai. Having adventures together is something we will remember forever. And of course, as you can see below, most of our travel plans revolve around food!! Cannot wait!!Japan Kauai County, Hawaii Kyoto, Japan
This hotel in Tokyo has fantastic views, amazing restaurants and is centrally located making exploring the city most optimal! It's around $300 a night and we'd love to stay there two nights. Any ...
Help us see all the top attractions around the city! We cannot wait to explore Tokyo! This will help us take the metro, trains, taxis, etc all over the city!
At the top of the Park Hyatt (made famous by Lost in Translation,) Kozue is a modern take on kaiseki—Japan’s traditional, multicourse cuisine. Chef Kenichiro Ooe’s meals reflect the changing seaso...
We're looking forward to learning more about the history of Japan, and what better way to do so than through ancient temples? The one above is in Kamakura, Japan.
This place is a crazy experience. The Robot Restaurant in Shinjuku is an all-out musical production featuring dancers, robots and dinosaurs -- all the while eating dinner.
We're going to travel by bullet train from Tokyo & Kyoto and back. It will be so amazing to see the Japanese countryside by train! The tickets are $250 per person, so this would cover our travel e...
We're looking forward to staying in this Kyoto hotel and eating a breakfast of fish, rice, and vegetables. MMMMM! It's about $260 a night and we'd like to stay 2 nights in Kyoto.
Description of this restaurant reads: There are few foods more fun to eat than okonomiyaki (savory Japanese pancakes cooked on a griddle at your table) and Nishiki Warai is a great place to enjoy t...
A true Japanese experience, to stay in a traditional Ryokan and experience Japanese hot springs.
This restaurant got an amazing review in the New York Times as a place not to miss when visiting Kyoto.
With these tickets, we'll be able to view all the historical collections in the museums.
We've never been to Kauai and cannot wait to explore the island. But we'll also be spending much of our time in the hotel so we're excited to stay somewhere beautiful!
We're going to have lots of romantic times in Kauai, and usually our adventures revolve around meals!
Written up as one of the best places to dine in Kauai, chef & owner Jim Moffat’s culinary sensibility originates from the people and food he experienced during years of travel to the Mediterranean ...