This is a post I wrote while sitting in Guangzhou, where I changed flights to my new destination – Auckland in New Zealand. Beware of “best-of” pictures under the cut 🙂
I know there are a lot of people who don’t like criticism about Japan. I have a kind of hate-love relationship with this place, and I also think that there is no country in this world that is perfect, not even Japan, so I share my criticism openly.
Since this is based on the experiences I made in the past year, you are invited to leave a comment below to share your own experience about Japan.
Continue reading “Goodbye Japan post”
Today I went through all of the things that have accumulated in the last year. Most of the things that I got during the last year will be given or thrown away. Basically everything I bought was for temporal use only and pretty cheap and I am attached to nothing exept for maybe some books. Continue reading “Decluttering before the big trip”
Today I had wasabi kit kat 🙂 it was better than expected so I thought I might make a blog entry for the occasion.
Japan, the country of strange food.
Remember me running in circles about how I want a new and shiny smartphone a few days ago? Continue reading “About the need to buy new things 2”
For me the new year started by waiting in line to ring the giant bell at our local temple.
Continue reading “Happy new year!”
…which seems to be a drink that’s limited to Japan only, in the Starbucks at the crossing in Shibuya. Life is good 🙂
Yesterday I went to the Imperial Palace to lie in the sun on the dry grass in a T-shirt for about half an hour. Continue reading “December in Tokyo”