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Exploring the red kochia fields in Japan

Recently I traveled to Ibaraki Prefecture 茨城県 in Japan to view the fields of Kochia fire bush. It was an area very much worth going to, at least for the shots alone. Fortunately, it …
Halloween in Tokyo

Halloween in Japan this year wasn’t so bad and it was a heck of a lot better than our first year living here. Last year I was in South East Asia for a month …
Living Gluten Free in Japan

Living in Japan with a food allergy feels like an uphill battle. I won’t sugar coat it, it sucks. When I discovered I had a wheat allergy, it felt like a death. For my entire life, I …
Senjojiki Cirque 千畳敷

I recently took a trip to Senjojiki Cirque up in the Nagano region of Japan and it was incredibly stunning. In fact, this is the most underrated place in Japan because literally, no …
10 Things I Hate About Living In Japan

For those that know me or have even casually followed my Instagram feed, I’m not shy about promoting how much I love living in Japan. So when I used the word “hate” it’s …
wisteria japan

The Ultimate Guide to the Wisteria Japan Gardens Are you curious about how to travel to the wisteria Japan gardens? This article goes into detail about where you can find the two major …
Why do Japanese Women have the best skin

There’s no question about it, women in Japan have amazing skin. I often find myself admiring the skin of elderly women sitting next to me on the train, staring in awe at how they can have such …
Best Dim Sum in Tokyo 100%

The Best Dim Sum in Tokyo, Japan We have lived in Yokohama, Japan for three years now and one of the meals in life that we absolutely cannot live without is Dim Sum. Our …
Best Vintage Jeans in Tokyo

Recently, I went to one of my favorite districts in the world, Harajuku, to go vintage shopping. This has become one of my favorite things to do in life. And when you live in Tokyo, …

I’ve lived in Yokohama for a few years now and it’s no question, I enjoy a good massage. I’ve done a lot of traveling through Asia and one thing I never fail to …