Monthly Archives: March 2012

Satisfying Japanese Food Cravings in Dusseldorf, Germany

Dusseldorf has the third largest Japanese community in Europe. London, UK has the largest then followed by Paris, France. Dusseldorf has over 500 Japanese companies residing in the city with over 8,000 Japanese residents. Apparently, the Germany-Japan relationship started after … Continue reading

Posted in Europe, Germany | 1 Comment

More René in Rotterdam, Netherlands

We’re in Rotterdam, Netherlands being tourists. The first destination was Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen (don’t ask me to pronounce this). Anyways, it was a great museum. A variety of art from 15th century to now (Bosch, Rembrant, Rubens, Monet, Van … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Europe, Netherlands | 5 Comments

René Magritte Museum, Brussels Belgium

   I was sooooo excited!  We actually tried to go to the museum in January but had the wrong address.  Well, we went to the house museum in the outskirt of Brussels.  You see, there are two René Magritte museums..One is his old house and … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Belgium, Europe | 1 Comment

Atomium Brussels, Belgium

About a 10mins drive from downtown Brussels, there is this huge park that was once used for the EXPO in 1958.  The main attraction is this remarkable structure, Atomium.  It’s 102m high, weights 2400 tons and took 3 years to make.    “The Atomium was … Continue reading

Posted in Belgium, Europe | 2 Comments