What to Do During an Earthquake in a Tall Building
Accommodations, Earthquake

What to Do During an Earthquake in a Tall Building

Have you ever worried about what to do during an earthquake if you're in a tall building? There are greater risks and dangers that you may face depending on the floor that you are on. Japan has an average of 2-3 earthquakes per day, but most are not strong enough to be felt on ground… Continue reading What to Do During an Earthquake in a Tall Building

Bento Style Lunch Boxes for Adults - Red Set
Food, Travel

Bento Style Lunch Boxes for Adults

Golden Week is just around the corner, and people across Japan are anxiously waiting for the holidays to begin. I'll be traveling to Okinawa for vacation at the end of the month, so I stopped by a department store during my lunch break today just to see what kind of travel goods they had in… Continue reading Bento Style Lunch Boxes for Adults

Before Experiencing Racism in Japan
Experiences

An Open Letter Addressing Racism in Japan

Disclaimer: I wrote this letter in response to some recent developments with my Japanese employer that has left me with conflicting emotions. I think the majority of people in Japan are not racist, and chances are if you visit this country you will not experience any form of racism. I have published, taken down, and… Continue reading An Open Letter Addressing Racism in Japan

Dating, Experiences, Love, Relationships

What Dating Has Been like in Japan

There were many ups and downs in my life over the past two years, but the last couple of months have made it all worthwhile. I have a solid group of friends, a wonderful boyfriend, and a lot of good memories I can look back on. Cherry blossom festivals, also known as hanami (flower viewing) are… Continue reading What Dating Has Been like in Japan