In Japan, taking out the trash is a little… more of a “chore” if you will. You don’t simply have trash and recyclables. Nor is there simply “trash day”. It’s more like…well let me show you...
An introduction into Japan's rainy reason, or tsuyu. What tsuyu is like, how Japanese people feel about it, and a focus on the seasonal fruit ume, Japanese plums.
Skyscrapers, sushi, temples, and trains. What else comes to mind when you think about Tokyo? How about mountains?
Chikan or molesting is still a prevalent problem in Japan. Statistics on what Chikan is looks like today and a personal story
Japan is stuck in the 1990's. Here's why Also, escaping to Tokyo's Todoroki Ravine Park.
One thing I enjoy about living in Japan is... the English. For those who are not aware, the English level of Japanese people is horrendous (in a funny way.)