Writer: Marina Lizio ( Page 2 / 3 )

Marina moved from Sicily to Japan in 2006, now living and working in Yokohama area.

Her primary occupation is research, deciphering the genetic code, but she's also a tailor, a cook (she teaches, too!), a blogger, a salsa dancer a yogi-wannabe.

Whenever she misses her island, she runs away to Izu or Okinawa, or simply embarks on a trip to a new destination in and out Japan, in order to both satiate her hunger of new cultures and traditions, and recharge the batteries.

A Good Luck Walk in Meguro, Tokyo

With so many temples in Japan, pilgrimages across temples are very common. Only in Tokyo there are dozens of them. The most famous are those about the seven gods of good luck, or Shichifukujin Meguri (literally, the tour of the seven lucky god temples), found, for example, around Nihombashi, Sumida, Yanaka, and Meguro.

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