Writer: Rut Einarsdottir

Rut came to Japan in April 2013, not knowing much about the ways of the locals. She entered with the intentions of learning international management at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, while picking up the language on the way.

Little did she know she would fall in love with the country and it’s people. Having lived in Japan for over two years now, she is keen on learning more about the culture, history and language of the country, in order to understand it better.

She loves travelling, and living and studying in Beppu, Oita, has given her many opportunities to travel around Kyushu and surrounding area.

Being a beginner writer, she hopes to be able to share her experiences and thoughts with readers to her best abilities.

Takasakiyama: Monkey Mountain

So what is so charming about Takasakiyama? It’s the fact that you get to see the monkeys in their natural habitat. You get to come close to them and observe them. You get to learn about them and their life. You get a great insight into another world to whom which you can, believe it or not, relate to.

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