After a large delay, here are my daily photos from May. Continue reading “2016 daily photo challenge – May”
So Pokemon Go happened.
I am pretty sure there is no one out there that doesn’t at least know what I mean when I say that. And trust me, Japan is no exception. With Pokemon Go finally released in Japan, more people are out and about than before. Continue reading “Foreigners playing Pokemon Go in Japan”
April is always a special month to me! Here’s the collection of photos I took during April this year.
Deep inside I have always loved escape games, especially the ones that are a bit unusual. Most of my highschool years were spent finding point-and-click escape games. I’ve played some really difficult ones and some really unique ones too. So having the chance to try out Awareness Rooms – a cute escape game – I was super excited and ready to challenge myself.
Slowly catching up on all these posts! Here we have a look into my month of March. Had a lot of Tiramisu it seems 🙂
When I started writing for Izanau, I discovered one of the best summaries of Japan I had seen in video form. I reached out to the creator and chatted to him a little about the video.
With all the KAT-TUN concerts over, I finally took my time to sit down and write about the two that I went to.
This year I went to Nagoya and Osaka for the 10ks tour (that’s pronounced “tanks” by the way, and is a pun on “thanks”). I was really hoping to go to all 5 concerts for this tour, but as luck had it, the Tokyo concerts landed on the dates where I was in South Africa. So sadly I had to give up on those. Continue reading “KAT-TUN 10Ks con report – Nagoya”