A permanent resident of Japan with a degree in teaching, Quincy has been living and working in Kansai for over 8 years. She is very passionate about her adopted hometown, which is the funky and folksy heart and soul of Japan.
Christmas in Japan isn’t just about romantic dinners and fried chicken. In Osaka, there are plenty of family friendly activities that you can enjoy for free.
The perfectly proportioned rectangular park is now known as Utsubo Park, but its unique shape betrays some of its colorful history.
Visiting Daisenryo Kofun isn’t just about walking along a nice trail and looking at a torii gate in front of the spooky forest resting on the kofun.
Tucked away in the basement is the Iwamoto Memorial Room, dedicated to the life and tragic tale of the man who died before seeing the beautiful building he funded.
When you are walk around Osaka Castle, you’re not just walking around Osaka Castle. There are layers of history under your feet.
The only question that truly matters is, do you have the guts to find out?
You don’t eat meat? That’s perfectly fine. I’ll just cook some fish.
It really comes down to how well you take the test, not how well you can drive.
It’s quite surprising to some newcomers that a country which prides itself in soy products and healthy living actually makes meatless living quite difficult.