Victoria is a Tokyo-based journalist and Editor-in-Chief of the GaijinPot Travel. Living in Japan since 2014, she's always got travel on the brain. And of course this question: Do we shape culture or does culture shape us?
The U.S. got Marie Kondo’ed. Now, it’s time for Japan to get Queer Eye’ed. Arigato, Netflix!
Set yourself up for meaningful employment outside the English teaching industry in Japan.
Beauty or Barfy? You be the judge.
Giri-choco is nice, but we want something much cheaper: respect.
What happened when the far-right and anti-fascists collided last Sunday.
Tokyo seemed like a vapid beast after three days in Oita Prefecture.
What it's like working in these ungodly hot schools — explained in 10 gifs.
This new hybrid drink released in Japan last week hints at the fact that we might be missing something in our lives, so we had to find out more.
How does this tiny prefecture with a population of less than 600,000 make you feel so connected to a culture that isn’t your own? Hope you’re up for the answer and 36 hours of discovery in Tottori.
The term “hafu” in Japan means being half-Japanese. With increasing diversity in Japan’s classrooms, the Hafu2Hafu project is a way to educate students (and ourselves) about cultural identity.