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Hello all! 久しぶりですね~ (long time no see, right~) I'll admit that since my last post I've been lacking the motivation to blog. It seemed as if my life here in the countryside was starting to get uneventful as days consumed with work flowed together. I spent more weekends at home playing video games or watching … Continue reading Walking in Lights: Exploring Tokyo’s Visual Art Museum
Hello all! (みんなさん、こんにちは！) In today's post, I'll be letting you in on my experience with traditional Japanese drumming 太鼓 (taiko) and why trying out this style of performance is a great way to integrate yourself into Japanese culture. Not only has this type of drumming been a part of Japanese culture for centuries, but the bonds you … Continue reading Drumming to the Beat of Tradition: Why Taiko is a Great Way to Become In-tune With Japanese Culture
Hello everyone! It's time for a blog post I've been really excited to write. The beginning of this month (Sept 1st) I went to Disney Sea with my friend Chihiro! We had a lot of fun and made a lot of memories, despite the weather getting a bit dreary for part of the day and … Continue reading Under the Sea: Adventures at Tokyo Disney Sea
Hello all! 久しぶりですね! (Long time no see!) **A lack of posts lately these past few weeks is a result in the ever-understood "work grind." But alas, I'm back with a quick update about my time working at a school in Japan! Besides this, I have a few other travels to update you all on (including … Continue reading Getting Creative: English Boards!
Hello everyone! I apologize for the slight hiatus between posts, but I've honestly either been too busy or too lazy to get this one up. Regardless, this post is sure to spark some excitement in you, especially if you're a fan of history! Let's go back in time, to 1504 Japan during the Edo period. … Continue reading Stepping Back in Time: An Exploration of Japan’s Oldest Castle
I've come to find that the Japanese workplace is a place of serenity during the summer months. While children are enjoying their summer break, many still at the school from time to time engaged in club activities, teachers are expected to be working. As for me, there have been a few tasks to keep me preoccupied, … Continue reading The Great Wasp Debacle