Writer: Jackson Lee (Page3)
Jackson is a Hong-Kong born Canadian loving and living in Japan. His passions are karaoke, ramen (tonkotsu) and Doraemon. Why Doraemon? The story of a futuristic robot cat bringing gadgets from the future to make the mundane life more interesting was a huge part of his childhood and a pillar of his imagination. Finally he got to live in Doraemon's world! Well, Doraemon isn’t real but here he is now, and he loves it.
If you are a fan of the master’s work, you would know that you have made the walk and have arrived at the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum just by staring at the many pairs of eyes on the brick wall outside. The Fujiko F. Fujio museum is a sanctuary for fans.
June 4, 2016
For many foreigners who admire this country, being able to work and live here is an incredible feat. The job of Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) is incredibly attractive for those who have dreamt of experiencing Japan long-term first-hand.
April 18, 2016
As a lover of tofu, I give it my seal of approval with confidence. The shop does get busy and they don’t take reservations on the weekends, so plan your travel if you’re visiting that area and give this place a try!
April 18, 2016
In Japan, most public elementary schools and junior high schools have lunch provided. School lunch menus are carefully designed by the nutritionists, who when deciding the lunch menus, tend to prioritize nutritional values and budgets before taste.
February 24, 2016
These are tips that would not only help you join in the party better, but they will make you a bigger part of the whole session. Not only would you be welcomed to every karaoke party from then on, others would make sure they invite you to ensure the karaoke session a success.
February 5, 2016
Doraemon has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My mom is a fan of the adorable futuristic robot cat too, so this blue character was always with me throughout the childhood that I spent in Hong Kong.
January 31, 2016
I’ve spent four years of my life working part time at a kitchen appliances store, selling and explaining Japanese rice cookers to various kinds of customers.
January 25, 2016
Every Japanese household has a rice cooker. Considering they eat rice once or more almost everyday, a machine that cooks rice perfectly and automatically is truly a convenience.
January 15, 2016
Japanese winters can be harsh for some, and families here have various appliances at home to help with the cold. One of these winter saviours you can find in almost every household and work place is the Electric Thermo Pot.
December 15, 2015