His puffy black coat pressed against my ratty H&M basic jacket; I believed I could hear a sigh coming from his sleeves, as I was pushed into the tiny space behind him. It was an… More
Taipei is a quick getaway from Tokyo’s ‘fast paced’ city life. An entirely new place to me, yet it feels so nostalgic.
Have you ever felt like you’ve been to some places you’ve never been before? Well, I have. Continue reading “Things to do in Taiwan: Taipei”
No matter how busy you are, you have to find time for studying if you want to pass. You just have to.
This article is based on my personal experience. By the time I wrote this, I have been living in Japan for 2,5 years. However, I passed JLPT N2 during my first year of living in Japan. Continue reading “Juggling Between Work & JLPT N2 Exam; How to Tackle Them”
The food, the song, and the smell of Indonesia. The smallest trifle yet always managed to overwhelm me with homesickness.
It was in September this year that I took two weeks off to go back to Indonesia. This time, I came back for the sake of traveling. So, I didn’t stay long in Jakarta. Instead, I visited some places where I had not been before including Jogjakarta, Bali, and Flores. Continue reading “Indonesia Travel Diary: a Short Trip to Jogjakarta”
Random. That pretty much explained what happened to me for the past few weeks.
As I have mentioned in my previous post before about my friend who came to Japan and how I showed him around the town, I accidentally met a couple of TV crews and they asked me for an interview right on the spot on that same day.
This weekend, my friend from Indonesia came to Japan to do a photo-shoot. It’s like killing two birds with one stone as he hasn’t been to Japan before. FYI, my friend is a photographer who often took Pre-wedding photo shoot projects. This time, he brought along another photographer and one make-up artist to help him on this project. They were really nice and friendly. Continue reading “Between Shibuya and an Unexpected Encounter”
Usually I just read about Tokyo Game Show in a magazine or in the internet.. Still can’t believe that finally I can set my foot here 😁 – at TOKYO GAME SHOW 2014
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Trying to make my first “senryu” by using a brush pen. “Senryu” is a Japanese-style poem that consists of 5-7-5 syllables. To be honest, this one was messily done and not meaningful either… But it’s interesting! 😁
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One of the most famous bridges in Japan, Tokyo’s Rainbow Bridge. This giant illuminated bridge is even more beautiful during sunset. Unfortunately, the weather was bad when I was taking this picture…
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