Ryogoku (両国) is perhaps best known for sumo. Which begs the question, are there things to do for those who aren’t fans? The answer is yes.
With Tokyo under another state of emergency, I thought I would share some inspirational quotes from 10 books that I think about all the time.
I recently discovered that Hooters Ginza serves lunch specials. Since it’s located near my office, I decided to try it out. For science.
I decided to review five different types of reusable masks I’ve used during this pandemic, based on the metrics of price, comfort, functionality and aesthetic.
Ikea Harajuku, which opened on June 8, is the Swedish furniture chain’s first city-style store in Japan. But does it still have meatballs and ball pits?
An unabashedly, highly biased guide to Koenji, an area known for being the centre of Tokyo’s alternative culture. And in my personal experience, crazies.
Henn Na Hotel is a hotel chain in Japan staffed by robots, where you can stay without having to interact with another human being. I decided to try it out.
Time to check out The Soho in Odaiba, a modern 13-storey office complex that has become a landmark Instagram spot for its colourful exterior.
For 10 months in 2013-2014, I lived in China teaching English. Here are 6 stories from my rather unwise decision to live in Yongzhou, Hunan Province.
A slight deviation from travel posts, lately I’ve been doing a lot of introspection and reflection on life in general.