Despite being a small city (Considering that I was coming from Tokyo ), Matsumoto has so many places to eat. You will be delighted to find a huge variety of Japanese food here, it is worth to mention that the city is well known by its delicious SOBA. However, my favorite place was the Hyaku […]
Matsumoto Arts Museum If you are interested in cultural activities, yes this is the place to be. The museum has a permanent exhibition which included a collection of the famous Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama, who was born in Matsumoto!!!
We had some delicious Okonomiyaki. It could roughly be described as a thick cabbage pancake. We topped it off with octopus, bacon or cheese.
We have our beautiful dolls out t the front door to welcome guests for the Hina Matsuri. In Matsumoto city the old Lunar Calendar is used so ours were displayed later than the rest of the country.
Matsumoto Performing arts center Don’t be afraid of asking what kind of events they have for the week, I can assure you there must be something going on. This week I attended to the Matsumoto Students Orchestra Concert, and believe it or not…it was admission free. How wonderful
MPB Staff went on a trip to see the famous “Hot Spring Monkeys” of Jigokudani Yaenkoen (better known as Snow Monkey Park). Here we’ll describe how to get there! Now let us say that while this is day trip material, you might want to pack a lunch for this full day out. If you have […]