❤︎I love Japan❤︎
So yes, other than my own stories, this is pretty much the theme of this blog.
I am sure that many of you discovered this blog because of the same reason. From Japanese culture, stylish street fashion to alllll the yummy food and everything kawaii, not forgetting the #onlyinJapan omotenashi spirits, I am hoping to share all the things about Japan that inspire me, and hopefully I can spread and grow this love with more people sharing and understanding what I have felt and experienced.
Why do I love Japan?
I was in love even before I visited Japan. But having finally set foot in the country changed my life forever. Here are some of the posts that will give you a peek into what I feel:
How much do I love Japan?
I love Japan so much that by just looking at the word Japan, my heart flutters and I feel warm and fuzzy inside.
I love Japan so much that my heart is probably a white square with a red circle in it.
I love Japan so much that I had to give my blog a Japanese address.
I love Japan so much that I refrain from farting in Japan because I don’t want to pollute its beautiful air.
I love Japan so much that when I die, I want die in Japan so that my soul could return to where it was from and my body can nourish the soil and grow delicious daikon.
I love Japan so much that I want to live 100 lives in Japan so that I can spend each life living a different existence in different places in Japan. As a farmer, as a fisherman, as a sushi master, as a popular comedian, as a ninja, as a Shiba Inu…
And for this life, my life mission is to visit all 47 prefectures in Japan.
So far I have done 42 (as of Dec, 2018):
Update on 13 March 2020: All 47 prefectures are conquered as of today!!!
Japan Tourism Projects
Many people have asked me this question before: What would you do if you are no longer blogging?
I think I have an answer now. Other than being a good, responsible mother and wife, I think I would like to be doing tourism related work for Japan, so that even if I no long have my personal influence as a blogger, I can still continue to share the amazing beauty of Japan to the rest of the world.