A Year in Tokyo

A year ago today, I set foot in Japan and my life was never the same. ✨

This is a collection of clips I never intended of using. But after a year of living in a foreign country, I thought that it’s only fitting to put captured moments together.

It has been a rollercoaster ride of ups and downs; of laughter, tears and sweat, but I wouldn’t have done it any other way.

Cheers to a year in Tokyo! 🥂

(Music not mine)

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Weekend: Enoshima sunset (2/2)

fullsizeoutput_85dFrom Kamakura, we rode the Enoden line to Enoshima, a small island off the coast of Kanagawa Prefecture. It was almost sundown when we arrived, and we were immediately mesmerized by the golden sun reflecting the ocean. We spent a considerable amount of time basking around the shore. Continue reading “Weekend: Enoshima sunset (2/2)”

Weekend: Tranquil Kamakura (1/2)

IMG_7765Kamakura has always been an item on my to-visit list since I set foot in Japan. Yesterday, we finally found the time to fit a day trip in our busy schedules. I have to admit, my friends and I were dead tired from a long week’s work, but I’m so glad we pushed through.

Continue reading “Weekend: Tranquil Kamakura (1/2)”

Fuji: A life changing encounter

When I learned that I was going to Japan to work for a year, I immediately bumped up Mt. Fuji from my bucket list to my to-do list. True enough, just two months after I set foot in this country, I climbed its highest peak.  Continue reading “Fuji: A life changing encounter”

Brave the world’s scramble

So my friend and I braved the world’s busiest crosswalk, the Shibuya crossing.


When in Japan, one shouldn’t miss the iconic scramble. It gives you an instant feel of the busy city life but reminds you to stop and smell the roses, take everything in.  Continue reading “Brave the world’s scramble”

Panoramic Tokyo

I knoooow, this is one week late, but here it goes. 

We capped off our Golden Week with another day tour, this time around Tokyo. My vision of Japan, Tokyo in particular, has always been filled with busy intersections, crowded trains, and the bustling, fast-paced city life. But wait, the capital has so much more to offer. Continue reading “Panoramic Tokyo”