Goshuin numbers 13 and 14 are from the 戸隠神社奥社 (Togakushi Jinjya Okusha) and the Kuzuryusha, the same as stamps 8 […]
Jayelonこんにちは and hello! I graduated from the beautiful and historic College of Charleston in May 2016 and am currently living in Japan through the JET Program! My first trip, and the original reason why I started this blog, was a study abroad trip to Osaka back in 2015 — I’m finally back!
Yummmmm, gyoza. I first tried gyoza in America at my favorite Japanese restaurant and quickly fell in love with them. […]
The first thing my fiancé Hunter said to me when I told him my JET placement was, “YOU’RE NEXT TO […]
Goshuin number 12 is from 明治神宮 (Meiji Jingū), a very important shrine in Tokyo! Yes, a shrine… not a temple… […]
This is easily one of my favorite things to eat in Shinanomachi. It was served at my welcome party, too, […]
It’s All Fun and Games Until…
Well, I’ve made it 24 years, four months, and one week before any injuries that required a trip to the […]
Goshuin number 11 is from Zenkō-ji! Wait… Doesn’t this stamp look different from the one you already have for Zenkō-ji? […]
Influ– *sneeze* Influenz– *cough*
HAPPY NEW YEAR (17 days late)!!!!! It has been much too long since my last update on how things are […]
Yummy, yummy gyudon. *sigh* Gyudon is a very simple dish to make (I’ve made it a few times myself). Translated […]
What’s the deal with rulers?!
A couple of months into teaching, I made a worksheet for a grammar point the ninth graders were learning. I […]