Seminar on agriculture and environment, Japan-ASEAN Youth Leaders Exchange Program
I was invited to a seminar called the Japan-ASEAN Youth Leaders Exchange Program in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Japan-ASEAN friendship and cooperation, which is being implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I talked about the issues and experiences in Japan. I have explained and exchanged opinions about food safety and the relationship… Continue reading Seminar on agriculture and environment, Japan-ASEAN Youth Leaders Exchange Program
One-day trip to Hakone
I enjoyed Hakone one-day trip with my family. At first, we started talking about going to Odawara to eat delicious fish, and then we decided that if we were going to Odawara, we can extend our trip to Hakone. Since my family and I had few experience of standard popular courses in Hakone, so we… Continue reading One-day trip to Hakone
Voluntary collection of fallen leaves for sustainable agriculture system.
Miyoshi town in Saitama Prefecture has been registered as a Japanese Agricultural Heritage Site for its farming system of cultivating sweet potatoes and vegetables using fallen leaves manure collected from the neighboring sawtooth oak tree (Quercus acutissima) and Jolcham oak (Quercus serrata). Despite being 50km from central Tokyo and within commuting distance of the metropolitan… Continue reading Voluntary collection of fallen leaves for sustainable agriculture system.
New Year’s first visit in 2023, Tokyo
Happy New Year! New Year’s Day in Tokyo was a peaceful start to the year. After visiting my guardian shrine nearby, then I visited Meiji Jingu shrine and Asakusa Sensoji-temple, to see how many people have come back for New Year’s visits this year. Meiji Jingu in the early afternoon seemed to be a little… Continue reading New Year’s first visit in 2023, Tokyo
A little maniac guide to Tokyo
I guided a Hong Kong-Canadian family from Poland to Asakusa, Akihabara, Harajuku Takeshita Street, and Shinjuku Golden Gai. Since they have gotten used to Tokyo a little bit, they requested places that are a little more maniacal, such as maid cafes and figure shops, which are difficult for foreigners to go to alone. An inspection… Continue reading A little maniac guide to Tokyo
Tokyo Volunteer Guides in Ginza
The second day of Tokyo Volunteer Guides, Machinaka community tourist information, was a thrilling start, as it was their first time in Ginza, and it was Christmas Eve. Although I was worrying there would be many and unexpected questions from the guests who was lost in the city, it was over in no time with… Continue reading Tokyo Volunteer Guides in Ginza
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