Writer: Azalia Zaharuddin

Azalia is part-time writer, full-time day dreamer from Malaysia. She is currently pursuing her degree and has been living in Japan for three years now, with the hopes of becoming a Japanese teacher one day. Azalia can talk WAY too much sometimes, but is very passionate when it comes to travelling, dining, and saving the world.

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Ready, Get Set... Udon!

It is hard to believe, but Japan does indeed have an Udon Prefecture. Located on the small island of shikoku, Kagawa is famously known as the “Udon-ken” for being very famous with these delicious thick wheat floured noodles.

Reliving the Days of Matsuyama Castle

I have often visited Matsuyama in my free time, and the best thing about it would have to be the beautiful Matsuyama castle sitting upon Mount Katsuyama in the middle of the city center of Ehime prefecture. This castle was built continuously since 1603 and is one of the twelve original castles in Japan that were built before the Edo era and is still intact till today.

Serenity of Ritsurin Garden

Ritsurin Garden, designated as one of Japan’s National Scenic Beauty, is a Japanese garden located in Kagawa Prefecture of Shikoku Island. It took 100 years for construction that started as early as 1625 by the feudal lord of Takamatsu at the time, Ikoma Takotoshi.

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