Hi guys! I was wondering if you guys (the readers) liked the current design/font/font size of this blog. So here’s a poll! I would appreciate your answer to it. Question 1: fOnt SIZE Do you like the current font size? Is it too small? Is it too big? Question 2: Font What do you think… Read More Blog Design Poll
Now, this post isn’t about Japan. It’s not about culture, people, prefectures, trips, or anything about that. I thought about doing something I little different today. You see, today, a very amazing writing community and resource opened for registration, and I am excited to share it with you! It is called The Young Writer’s Workshop,… Read More The Young Writer’s Workshop is Open!
An old man sits on a cushion on a stage, his head in front of a small mike stand. In his right hand is a folded Japanese fan (called a sensu) that looks something like the picture bellow, and in his left hand is a handkerchief. He waves his hands vigorously, his voice sounding like… Read More Rakugo: The Play That Has Multiple Characters— but Only One Performer
Hello! I’m Noah, the person who runs, designs, schedules, comments, and writes on this blog, Life in Kyoto. If you are reading this post, you are either a subscriber, a friend or relative of mine, a person that knew of my blog through shares on social media posts, or a person who found this post… Read More Small Changes in the Blog (Widgets)
Happy New Year everyone! We’ve officially entered 2020, a new decade, and it’s already exciting, at least for me. My family has had countless new things happening already: a new computer arriving, my first opportunity to hold a copy of my own novel in my hands, a beginning of a new book… But with all… Read More How Japanese Spend New Years (Part 2)