I've created a new page of useful links for those travelling to Vancouver, Melbourne, and/or Japan. And for us Canadians going anywhere else, did
In 2016, I travelled to Japan. With my limited Japanese, I stayed there for 2.5 months.
This documents my journey as a gaijin (foreigner).
Start at the beginning (Japan), or view the most recent posts below.
In Tokyo, Haruka and I explore the vicinity of Shibuya (including Harajuku), and Shinjuku. If you've been, see if you can recognize it. I'm not sure I
Being a vegetarian is tough in Japan. To eat out is extra difficult. I can't really choose a dish out of the menu because Japanese use dashi (stock
Notice I said eating, not cooking. In the busy lives of the Japanese, it is really convenient to get away without cooking your meals. My friend
Most people know Narita because it's one of two international airports in Tokyo. (The other one is the smaller Haneda). Fortunately for me, my friend