My brother is a major train fan. He loves to see how fast the countless trains go, remember the complicated names of them (most of them are a different language to me), and most of all, ride them. Over the years, he’s ridden on the ultra-fast bullet trains (shinkansen), the sparkling trains they call “specially… Read More The Fastest Train in the World
On Saturday (when I was supposed to post this), my family and I had the privilege of going to see kouyou (autumn trees) in a garden in the prefecture of Shiga, one hour away. I will show you some photos of our trip there, so you can enjoy the colorful leaves, but first I’ll tell… Read More Red, Orange, Yellow!
Welcome to my second interview, this time with my mom. She was born in a prefecture right next to Kyoto, called Osaka. She went to an international school in Kyoto for college and there she met my dad. Now she teaches and cares for me and my siblings! Q1: What is your favorite part of… Read More Interview #2 ~From the Perspective of my Mom~
As you probably know, my family and I will be going on a long camping trip to northern Japan. The prefecture we will be going to is called Hokkaido. I am going to be posting stuff as usual; another differences post, an interview, and maybe even another cool island post, but I will also be… Read More Prefecture Profile: Hokkaido
As you’ve most likely noticed, I haven’t been writing on this blog lately. That’s because my family and I were on a trip to a prefecture called Tottori, located here in Japan: Oh, and maybe I was a little forgetful… But, anyway, today I’d like to share with you the different places we went, in… Read More Vacation at Tottori