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Now it's about time that spring flowers are blooming in Japan. Some snapshots of flowers along the way walking to work. Happy the beginning of Spring!
When I worked in Tokyo, I always enjoyed walking home. from Osaki staion to Oimachi station on foot, there is a small hidden alley. Along the way, I discovered a good fruit and veggie store on an unusual way home. It's always good to take a little detour to find something new. It is always... Continue Reading →
When I was in grade 7th, my family and I came to travel in Japan. I really enjoyed the trip and really like Japan. I still remember praying at Asakusa temple at end of the trip that one day if i can come to Japan to study, I will come back to Asakusa and pray.... Continue Reading →
Imagine being surrounded by thousands of flowers hanging from the sky. This is one of my favorite artworks by Teamlab - an artist collaborative, interdisciplinary creative group. This art concept is similar to Japanese Zen gardens which was meant as a place for Zen priests to carry out training to become one with nature. It... Continue Reading →
Tokyo is known to be one of the most expensive cities to live in the world. With an average cost of living of an individual without rent at $1063.50 per month and with rent is $1757 per month (thedailyrecords), every piece of land has to be optimized. The first time I saw a car parked inside... Continue Reading →
"You can cut me up, but can't let me go ... " I stumbled upon this tree in Shinagawa, Tokyo, one day as I was walking home. I was already cut, but a tiny part of it still holds on to the municipal barrier. It is incredible how nature adapts to the surrounding, and still... Continue Reading →
In Shibuya, Tokyo, it is normal to see a group of Mario Kart drivers on the street. (Probably you can only see this in Japan!) Mario Kart riding is a hobby for a group of people. The company behinds all these is called Maricar that rents you a Mario character costume to ride on a go-kart.... Continue Reading →