• Travel

    Places to go for Sakura in Tokyo

    Sakura is probably the season most tourists would love to travel to Japan. Well, at least from the social media trend, it seems like sakura is the must-go for travellers. The pink blossoms which only last maximum 2 weeks, are…

  • Food

    First authentic Unagi experience in Tokyo

    There are many reasons why foreigners travel to Japan, it may be for the anime, culture, shopping. But for me, the main reason is probably food in Japan. Yakiniku has probably brought a revolution into my life, but there is…

  • Food

    Cafe exploration around the neighbourhood in Tokyo

    Living in the eastern part of Tokyo city for almost 4 years, it’s only natural to explore the surrounding of the areas to check out the vibes and what the local do. The coffee scene has been brewing pretty aromatically…

  • Travel

    Day trip to Yokohama

    This post is backdated 3 years ago. October in Japan (around Tokyo area) I would say it’s a good weather for outdoor (without the rain of course). The temperature range about 18 – 25 degree celsius. I would say it’s…

  • Living in Japan

    Reflection of living in Japan

    Four years – really do not seem like such a long duration. As I continued to go on with an absolutely normal life in Japan, having a full-time job, travelling via train daily on weekdays to office, relaxing during the…

  • Travel

    Exploring Jiyugaoka

    This is a post backdated 3 years ago.   For a starters, (ummm.. sounds like some kind of appetizer in a menu) I thought it’ll be good to share some of my ”mini” expedition in Tokyo. That said, living over…

  • Living in Japan,  Work in Japan

    Project Post-Mortem

    This will probably be my first and last experience to do a post-mortem discussion about the failure of a project.   Post-mortem originated from the meaning when a human is dead, particularly unnatural cause of death. The forensic will conduct…