Writer: Jihad Mahmoud

Currently blogging about her everyday experience in Japan, Jihad loved writing ever since she was an elementary school student back in Amman, Jordan.

Jihad came for the first time to Japan in 2014 to pursue a PhD degree in Human Computer Interaction at Osaka University. She was and still fascinated by Japanese politeness, hunger for knowledge and their rich culture.
 
In her free time, Jihad usually enjoys exploring Osaka and other areas in Kansai region, documenting her journeys via photography. If not, she will be found studying Japanese or reading a book.

Hungry For Halal? My Top 3 Muslim-friendly Osaka Restaurants

Japan, the dream travelling destination for so many, has a very small percentage of Muslim residents, mostly students or workers from Muslim countries. Nevertheless, the number of Muslim tourists, especially from neighbouring Malaysia and Indonesia, has been increasing yearly, making it necessary for Japan to accommodate the basic needs of these tourists.

A Day Trip in Nagasaki

Kyushu Island, Japan’s third largest island which is located at most southeast, has always been on the destinations’ list of many travelers; locals and foreigners. One of the most loved cities and top recommended place to visit, Nagasaki was placed as a first option for being truly Japan’s most international city, distinguished with unique history and perfect for a one-day trip.

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