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Hi Again.

Hey there! It's been a while. I'm sorry for my not-so-brief absence. I don't really have one big reason as to why I haven't been updating the blogs, as much as a million little reasons. For me, I find, that... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Eats: Tokyoen Yaki-Niku 

Have you ever had a meal so good that you think you might actually cry? Regardless of if you have had a spiritual experience with food or not, you need to try this place. It was Owen's birthday a while... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Eats: 2-Chome Tsukemen Gachi

Let me start this off by saying I know that this is a Tsukemen restaurant, but holy shit they serve some of the best chicken karaage I've ever had. It was top 3 I think. I don't know. We're going... Continue Reading →

Moving to Tokyo 101: Banking, Phones, Wifi and Jobs

Okay one more of these boring posts and then I promise it'll be a lot more food, shopping, food and food. This one will cover: Bank Accounts Cellphone Plans Wifi Finding a Job Bank Account This one is a little... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Eats: Spring Valley Brewery 

Daikanyama is a poppin' modern neighborhood, filled with charming little shops, restaurants and cafes. As of right now, I could go as far to say it's my favourite area in Tokyo.  If you caught my earlier post about Camden's Blue... Continue Reading →

Tokyo Eats: Sidewalk Stand Coffee

Coffee isn't usually the first thing that pops into your head when you think of Japan. But the quickly growing coffee culture is putting Japan on the map, not just for good coffee but for the crazy cool cafes and... Continue Reading →

Yokohama

A wise person once told me to get out of Tokyo once in a while, because Tokyo wasn't all that Japan had to offer. And as that wise person is my mother who I truly believe possesses an inhuman ability... Continue Reading →

Moving to Tokyo 101: Housing

Moving anywhere is stressful. But this is my first time moving somewhere with a language barrier, so it's safe to say that I've been continuously in a cold sweat for the past month.  Since we arrived we've been trying to... Continue Reading →

Bunny Cafe: Ms. Bunny

It's pretty much what it sounds like. It's a cafe with bunnies.  Tucked away on a quiet side street right in the center of bustling Roppongi, this little cafe has two floors: the first floor serves hot drinks and cocktails,... Continue Reading →

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