Lisa

Lisa

Writer / Translator


Introducing... Just another poor college student living in Japan! My passion for music and nature drives me to live every day to the fullest. Ask me about Shimane and my favorite local shops in Tokyo!

Articles

Kawagoe: A one-day trip
2016.07.01
Take a trip to the Edo period. Kawagoe City!
Most of the old Japanese scenery was burned to the ground during WWII, which makes Kawagoe valuable
kawagoe_candy_alley
2016.06.21
Take your sweet time in Kawagoe Candy Alley!
Kawagoe Candy Alley has maintained more than twenty of its retro confectionery stores since the Meij
Kawagoe Hikawa Shrine
2016.05.27
Experience the Edo period, one hour from Tokyo!
Do you have a little extra time during your visit to Tokyo? Looking for a place to immerse yoursel
matsue_onedaytrip
2016.05.02
Don’t know where to visit in Matsue? Just go everywhere!
Matsue City, dubbed as both the “Land of the Gods” and “Venetia of Japan”, has such deep history and
kamosu
2016.04.22
Kamosu Shrine, where all the Shinto Gods meet once a year!
Have a breathtaking, mystical experience at Kamosu Shrine! This shrine is known to be older than Izu
FotorCreated
2016.04.06
A ‘must-do’ when you visit Matsue: Japanese tea ceremonies
Experiencing Japanese culture can be costly at times, but there is no way you can leave Matsue witho
Sunset on lake Shinji
2016.03.27
Let the rays of the beautiful sunset over Lake Shinji seep into your skin!
Lake Shinji at Matsue city offers everything from beautiful sun rays to Japanese tea ceremonies; Bea

Translations

2017.01.20
Let’s go for a walk wearing a new style of Kimono!
The kimono wearing experience is very popular among foreign tourists. Even in Japan, there are very
matsue_onedaytrip
2016.05.02
Don’t know where to visit in Matsue? Just go everywhere!
Matsue City, dubbed as both the “Land of the Gods” and “Venetia of Japan”, has such deep history and

Photographs

2017.01.20
Let’s go for a walk wearing a new style of Kimono!
The kimono wearing experience is very popular among foreign tourists. Even in Japan, there are very