I’m a Japanese-American who lives in Japan. Some of my favorite past-times range from learning choreography and ‘youtubing’ to putting a tasty meal on the table. On the side I also enjoy art, teaching, and helping others. I hope that you can find my articles enjoyable as well as helpful.
As healthy lifestyles are picking up in popularity, more and more people are finding themselves opting for healthier food choices. Whether you are vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian, or just someone looking for a delicious, but all the while, nutritious meal in Japan, Healthy Penguin Café in the Matsumoto City of Nagano is an amazing find!
August 27, 2018
Summer's here and for Japan, that means hot weather, exciting festivals, and fun cultural activities in every prefecture celebrated by all people young and old. With that said, Japan is the place to be this summer and here are 5 reasons why.
August 13, 2018
The Japanese serow is an animal that has appeared in pop culture as well. It has been seen in the soccer based game and anime, “Inazuma Eleven GO”, and it is also said that the Ghibli character, the “Forest Spirit” in its deer form from Director Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke is based on the Japanese serow. Even the ever-so-popular Pokemon that a lot of us grew up watching has a character representation of this animal.
August 10, 2018
The ramen here at Matsumoto City’s Zunpachi just happens to be a local favorite! Every day, no matter what the time, you can see a line going out the door of people waiting to eat the ramen at Zunpachi.
May 26, 2018
Ueno City’s Korea Town is actually very small! It’s so small, that you could probably walk around it and see all of the shops within five minutes. This gem is also quite hidden from sight and it’s quite tricky to find in such a large metropolis as Tokyo.
May 21, 2018
At first glance one may not recognize the historical significance of this location. However, upon observing the rectangular formation of neatly placed stones at the peak of Kōbōyama, one may recognize its tumulus-like features. And, one would be right to. Kōbōyama is in fact a tumulus, or burial mound.
April 20, 2016