The actor and his wife are parents to daughter India Rose and twin sons Sasha and Tristan
Chris Hemsworth and his family are making special memories as they travel across the world.
On Thursday, the Thor actor, 40, and wife Elsa Pataky, 47, both posted carousels of photos to their respective Instagrams as they gave followers a peek into their family's summer trip to Japan.
In Hemsworth's post, the star dips his feet into a pool with his twin sons Sasha and Tristan, 9, carries daughter India Rose, 11, around on his shoulders, snaps a photo of his sons playing in the snow and gets a kiss from his daughter on the nose.
Pataky shared a few different photos, showing the family of five chowing down on some local eats, including oysters and cotton candy. She also shared a cute photo of her daughter in a room filled with flowers.
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Earlier this month, the proud mom shared a few photos on her Instagram from her family's trip to the mountains. In the snaps, her three kids posed with their family and dad Hemsworth, snowboarding down the slopes and gathering together for a card game in front of the Christmas tree.
In one photo, the family of five was joined by their friends as they posed together on the slopes, holding their respective skis and snowboards.
"New Years at the snow with my love ones. Happy New Year to all of you. / Celebrando el Año Nuevo con la gente que quiero y me hace feliz. Feliz Año a todos!" the model captioned her post, writing in both English and Spanish.
In October, Pataky shared a photo as she and Hemsworth treated their kids to a "family race day." "Not competitive at all 🤣🤣," she added in the caption of the post, which was also written in Spanish.
The post included a video of the proud parents cheering on their kids as they raced on a dirt track and a sweet photo of Pataky and India posing next to motorcycles.
Hemsworth previously shared with PEOPLE that his goal as a father is to teach their kids to "have a great appreciation for everything."
"As a kid, we had very little money, and my parents saved up all year to just pay for a two-week camping vacation," he told PEOPLE in 2017. "Financially, we're in a different position, but I want to make sure they know these things don't come easy. You have to work for it, and you can't take it for granted."
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