/ 2017 . 08 . 19

Senjojiki, A Cirque Above The Clouds

I often wonder why I travel. Or why it captivates me so much. Or why I always long for it, just like a child trapped in a tower without a door and desires for the outer world as she is…

/ 2017 . 08 . 11

Tokyo Eatery: Regendo, Story of A Thoughtful Meal

My years in Japan has been a constant love-and-hate relationship. Although I inherit the similar East Asian look and was raised by some same parts of its peculiar culture, it doesn’t necessarily make my life easier here. There are days

/ 2017 . 07 . 30

Tokyo’s Neighbour Trip: Gunma

Living in Tokyo surely has its many perks, but this biggest city in the world can be depressing as hell, too. With its constantly moving people, rushing trains and convenience stores that never sleep, I often find it hard to

/ 2017 . 07 . 08

Summer Eats: Cold Soumen with Lemon

This was my second Saturday under the July bright sun. I woke up squinting my eyes from the blazing morning light through my window. I knew it was only getting even more burning from here. My bedroom tasted humid and sweaty

/ 2017 . 05 . 26

Tokyo’s Cherry Blossom Hideaways – A Curated Guide

  The days are bright longer now. Golden branches start to roll out their sleeves. Tiny buds are peeking up everywhere you glance. You know spring is arriving. I call myself lucky to be granted the chance to live in…

/ 2017 . 05 . 15

An Ode To The Art of Hanami

  It’s that time of the season again. An ephemeral window of period where winter slowly melts into spring, letting us know the cold wind is no longer biting again. For a brief couple weeks in early April, the whole…

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