In the summer, people usually enjoy cold foods, drinks, and desserts, have more free time, and go to the beach or the pool. The same can be said about people in Japan. However, summer in Japan is very unique in many ways from summer in other countries, so I thought it would be fun to… Read More Japan In the Summer
Over the years, my family and I have had the privilege to travel to various places. To rolling mountains and thick forests, near sand dunes and lakes, we have traveled so much. Traveling is really fun. I like to curl up in a blanket and read all day at home. I sometimes need to be hauled… Read More 21 Days of Thankfulness— Day #15: Traveling
Hey! It’s day two of following my life! I think you’ll enjoy it. 😉 Anyway, I’m going to continue the style in which I wrote the last post. Are you curious to know what happened on the second day of the trip I had with my family? Keep reading! The next day, I lifted myself… Read More Okinawa Trip— Day #2
Hey all! If you’ve followed my blog for at least a few months, I think you know quite a bit about Japan by now! I’ve posted about Japanese culture, locations, language, among other things. So today, I’m going to give you a quiz about Japan. If you don’t know some of the answers, don’t worry,… Read More Japan Quiz #1! ~How much do you know?~
Hello, everyone! This week I’m going to be posting about the second half of our trip to Kagawa. I hope you enjoy! Day 3 On Day 3, we woke up pretty early to go to an island called Shodo shima. We first got there by a boat. The first place we went to was a… Read More Monkeys, Disappearing Roads, and Olives (Kagawa Trip #2)
My family went on a camping trip to the prefecture of Nagano, located about 400 kilometers (250 miles) away from Kyoto last week. And let me tell you, it was an awesome experience. We got to feel the nice cool breeze (in summer!), climb mountains, enjoy scrumptious foods, relax, and have fun with some friends,… Read More The Nagano Adventure!