These are hard times especially with the pandemic of Covid-19. Sometimes I regret my decisions here in Japan and worry for my future choices. But, amidst the uncertainty, I want to remind myself to be a diamond against the dust, to remain vigilant and not swayed by the unforeseen future.
Japanese food is like the flavours of home to me.
Regardless if you are visiting Japan for the very first time or have been living here for many years, some nights are not the same without a night soaking in a nice warm hot bath, letting your worries drown in the nice warm refreshing water.
Japan has 47 prefectures in total, and in this article, I'll discuss why it has been quite an addiction to me - trying to venture and tackle all 47 prefectures Japan and its rich beautiful culture has to offer.
Over the years, I have moved and lived in more than 3 countries and what moving has taught me over these years.
"Seijin no hi" often translated as the coming of age day, is an annual national holiday commonly celebrated on the second Monday of January here in Japan.
During Christmas in Japan, many hold the tradition of eating fried chicken together especially as couples. Why is that?
Nara is known for its friendly deers but little do we know that Nara is a wonderful destination for nature walks and tradition. Here are my top 3 destinations in Nara especially during Autumn season!