Honeymoon Registry for Paula and Mike

Destination: Japan

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Paula and Mike

Kyoto, Japan Shibuya, Japan Japan Japan Nara, Japan
Flight Tickets to Tokyo

Flight Tickets to Tokyo

$1,800

We'll fly to Japan from San Francisco on shiny 747s, planning all the little details of each day of our trip.

Flight Tickets to San Francisco

Flight Tickets to San Francisco

$1,800

We'll return home tired and happy after collecting memories that will last a lifetime.

6 Nights in Tokyo

6 Nights in Tokyo

$750

As appealing as capsule hotels seem, they just won't cut it for a honeymoon extravaganza. We'll sleep in clean white sheets and start the day right with early morning breakfast.

Subway Pass

Subway Pass

$95.44

We'll zip about town among the hordes of people silently lined up as the immaculately clean train stops with millimeter precision at the markings on the floor. This will get each of us a pass that...

Railway tickets around Japan

Railway tickets around Japan

$680

Windows down, heads out, 198 mph wind in the face. We'll bring the goggles.

1 Night at a Ryokan

1 Night at a Ryokan

$300

Here, we'll get to enjoy a traditional Japanese house. We'll sleep on tatami mats and try not to have a sword fight among the rice paper walls. We're staying at this beautiful ryokan: http://goo.gl...

1 Night on Rabbit Island

1 Night on Rabbit Island

$170

We’re traveling south to Okunoshima, an island with feral rabbits that roam the island. We’re staying a day there to pet the rabbits, wander the island, and sit in the hot springs.

Picnic Lunch at Rabbit Island

Picnic Lunch at Rabbit Island

$36

A little people kibble for us, and a little rabbit kibble for them. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LMEmBp9MnIY

Tickets to Ghibli Museum

Tickets to Ghibli Museum

$32

We'll go looking for Totoro through the hedges while skipping along in the rain, singing, "Ponyo, Ponyo, Ponyo, fishy in the sea!"

Bike rental

Bike rental

$24

We'll explore the town in top style atop the finest velocipedes Japan has to offer.

2 Lunches at Din Tai Fung

2 Lunches at Din Tai Fung

$80

Our first experience with Din Tai Fung was in Beijing. That fateful meal sealed in our minds that we would return to the Eastern Hemisphere many more times through the following years in order to e...

Ramen Lunch

Ramen Lunch

$18

The best part of international travel is the FOOD! We'll swing by a yummy ramen shop and try out some delicious noodles. Fingers will be crossed to find some authentic Tsuke-men dipping style noodles.

Hot / Cold Japanese Thermos

Hot / Cold Japanese Thermos

$140

We'll enjoy all-day-long hot drinks with these magical cylinders directly from the brightest minds in the Japanese Space Program. They use technology we can only dream about to keep coffee hot long...

CB2 Flatware Set

CB2 Flatware Set

$80

While we didn't want to go the traditional route of houseware wedding gifts, the one thing we could really use is a "real" set of flatware to replace the hodge podge of hand carved forks, Yogurtlan...

Flight 001 (Travel store) accessories

Flight 001 (Travel store) accessories

$100

We've spied a few things that will make traveling on this trip and many trips in the future even better. Carry-on organizers, packing cubes for the suitcase, shoe bags and 3.0 oz bottles just to na...

Train tickets to Nara Park

Train tickets to Nara Park

$20

Forests full of fuzzy faces on the front of furry four legged friends? Sign us up!! http://goo.gl/AwlSrO

Vending Machine Drinks

Vending Machine Drinks

$10

Japan has the best vending machines. Hot coffee drinks, cool melon drinks, ice cream waffle sticks... Here's some of what we ate last time we were there: http://www.quitecurious.com/eating-on-t...

3 Day E-Bike Rental

3 Day E-Bike Rental

$170

We'll roam the countryside at efficient speeds faster than walking, but slow enough to take it all in. Whzzzzzzzzzzzzz!

Tickets to a Sumo Match

Tickets to a Sumo Match

$132

Now that we'll be married, we can get some inspiration from the wrestlers on how to let our bodies expand. Just kidding....? We'll get to see one of the oldest traditions in Japan as two highly tr...

Cooking Class

Cooking Class

$65

Endlessly watching "Cooking with Dog" on YouTube can finally culminate in actual cooking lessons in Japanese cuisine, which is Paula's favorite food! Perhaps we'll even meet Francis. Cooking wit...

Japanese Woodworking Tools for Mike

Japanese Woodworking Tools for Mike

$60

Our last trip ended with Mike bringing home a small chisel, beveled knife, ceramic edge trimmer, and wooden mallet. All four tools are in heavy rotation in the Tinkering Monkey workshop, and are so...

Japanese Style Apron for Paula

Japanese Style Apron for Paula

$45

Gone will be the sauce splattered shirts from hours of experimentation in the kitchen. A quality kitchen apron made from traditionally patterned Japanese fabric will see daily use once we're back h...

Sake and Tapas at an Izakaya

Sake and Tapas at an Izakaya

$70

BBQ chicken skewers, or yakitori, might be the best way to eat chicken. We'll watch as a serious looking chef carefully roasts skewers of meat over an open flame charcoal trough.

Tickets to Kodo

Tickets to Kodo

$166

It's Cirque du Soliel but with Taiko drums! Send us to a taiko drumming show created by the famed Kodo arts group at a historical Kabuki theatre in Kyoto. Here's what we'll be watching: https://www...

Culinary Ingredients at Nishiki Market

Culinary Ingredients at Nishiki Market

$50

Total immersion cooking lessons wouldn't be the same without some authentic Japanese ingredients. Paula will select only the freshest foods the early morning markets have to offer.

Sushi Dinners

Sushi Dinners

$130

Omakase for Paula, double meat donburi bowl for Mike

Katsu Curry Lunch

Katsu Curry Lunch

$24

Last time in Japan, Mike tried level 4 spicy curry katsu and went to taste bud hospital for 3 days. It's time to try level 5.

Actually Hip Hip-Packs

Actually Hip Hip-Packs

$70

The humble fanny pack has come a long way since the 90s. Stylish colors and useful organization will keep our gear stored low and snug for all-day exploration.

Uniqlo Down Jacket for Paula

Uniqlo Down Jacket for Paula

$60

They say opposites attract. For Paula and Mike, this wasn't really the case...unless you count personal temperature. Mike burns like the Arabian sun throughout winter, while Paula can detect a bit ...

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