“There is nothing like a dream to create future”
– Victor Hugo

Have you ever stopped for a moment to analyze how beautiful life is? To be honest, I’m ashamed of myself because i almost don’t do it. Whether it’s work, studies, friends, books, movies, there is always something to do and you never actually realize what those activities mean to you. And then there comes a day when a dream comes true.Β Actually a lot of my dreams have been turning into reality lately, so it wouldn’t be fair to call this a simple dream. The Dream. Here you go, that’s the perfect definition!

So there comes a day when something you’ve desired since you were a little girl that would beg her dad to bring her a tape (don’t laugh, we didn’t have DVDs in Easter Europe at that time) with anime movies of the Ghibli Studio, whenever he went abroad. A little girl that would look at old japanese paintings and dream of walking under a sakura one day, dressed in a kimono; a little girl that would pretend to be a samurai that would always protect her family and her believes… So when a day like that comes, you understand how astonishing life is.

I think by now you’ve already understood that the long-lasting dream of mine is Japan. Together with my family we’ll be travelling to the Country of Sunrise, to get to know the culture we’ve been so fascinated by and the people we’ve been admiring so much.

We won’t be staying in Tokyo only. In my opinion you can’t get to know a culture if you only go to the capital, especially one as enormous as Tokyo. Therefore, we’ve chosen to stay in 3 different cities and travel throughout the country by trainΒ (I’ll make a special Traveling Guide after my trip with all my suggestions and experiences)

Our stops are:

  • Osaka
  • Kyoto
  • Tokyo (for my bday, yay!)

Hope this trip will be as inspiring as I expect it to!

Follow me on Instagram to see the most beautiful places I visit in Japan: goldendiamonds

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  • oh my gosh, these trips of yours β™₯ so lucky babe, enjoy it and looking forward for pics !


  • Japan is unbelievable!! I want to get there so badly!!


  • Brenda

    mmm you’ve got quite an “easy” dream then, which is totaly easy to archieve with only some cash!

  • These photos are stunning, Japan is such a gorgeous country!

  • WOW!!!

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  • I absolutely love your blog, do you take your own pictures?!

  • It’s also one of my biggest dreams to go to Japan. I can only wish you to have a wonderful time there!

  • its a magical place!!

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  • good luck to you!:)
    hope you’ll spend time very good;)


  • My dream destination too πŸ˜€

  • This looks amazing!
    I want to visit Japan one day, too. I’m waiting for the next posts, I can’t wait to see more πŸ™‚



  • I wish you a great trip:) Japan is very special country πŸ˜‰

  • I’m so happy for you that you can finally realise your big dream !! What you wrote is really touching πŸ™‚ Well, I wish you “bon voyage” !!

  • anna

    OMG this photos are simply amazing :X



  • I so hate you right now. I love Japan!!!

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  • this is one of my dreams too, but i think it’s gonna take a lot longer to make it true.
    anyway, loved your delightful pictures from that place, love the colors and culture from Japan.


  • Have a nice trip!

  • Beautiful photos! I love Japan:)

  • valerija

    i totally agree! if i have some cash, i would achive my dreams but it seems dreaming is only for a rich people.

  • Hope you had a wonderful trip!


  • I hope you are really enjoying Japan ! I was there two months ago, it such an incredibile country ! I stayed for nearly 3 weeks in Tokyo, just going to Hakone and Enoshima to the seaside, which I loved. I don’t miss the green tea, but I do miss all the people speaking in Japanese, and all the things that speak Japanese, wheter it’s an escalator or a the toilets :p. Enjoy your time πŸ˜‰ Love, Nato