When snow started falling like kisses from heaven, I stood and looked up for a good three seconds before a snowflake caught my eye — my first snowfall. Continue reading “Kisses from heaven”
From 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)”
Kamakura 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.
I knew today was going to be a beautiful day the moment I saw the sunlight filtering through the leaves of the trees on my veranda. Continue reading “Photowalk: Jiyugaoka Matsuri”
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”
And just like that, eight months have gone by like a breeze. Can’t believe we’re now nearing the end of the year. Continue reading “Midnight musings: Hello, September! “
It was a lazy Sunday afternoon until I realized the Golden Gai Summer Matsuri (festival) was today! Without any minute to waste, I jumped out of bed, took a quick shower, and went to Shinjuku.
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”
Realized I haven’t had a life lately post in a while. Let me catch you up. ☺️ Continue reading “Life lately”