Writer: Shy

Hi, I am Shy from Bangladesh. My hobby is to play guitar. I also love to write short-stories and I watch movies a lot. I want to be a guitarist in the future. Currently, I am living in Japan for my educational purpose.

A History of the Rickshaw

The man-powered transportation cart that began in Japan and spread throughout Asia in the 19th century. For your trip to Japan, after you've ridden the trains, planes, and automobiles, why not go for a tour the way aristocrats did?

Mochigahama Beach

When I moved to Beppu, the first thing I was looking for was a sea-beach. Whenever I felt like walking with nature, I always preferred a beach. So, when I saw the Mochigahama beach, I was really amazed by its beauty.

Kaiten Student Service: Providing All of Your Moving Necessities

Kaiten student service is a special type of organization in Beppu that sells a wide range of cheap products and helps students to move out from their dormitories to any other place within the Beppu area. They provide a decently priced van for the students to move out into another house. They have two shops at Ishigaki and Kamegawa where they sell used products and deliver it to the customer’s location.

Japanese Green Tea and Indian Tea: The Unique Differences

The taste of tea varies from region to region. I have tasted Japanese and Indian tea and both of them are completely different from each other. It is the most commonly drunk beverage in Japan and an important part of Japanese food culture. Different sorts of tea are broadly accessible and devoured anytime of the day. Green tea is the most well-known kind of tea, and when somebody says "tea" (お茶, ocha) without indicating the sort, it is green tea to which is alluded. Green tea is also the central element of the tea ceremony.

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