Author: Azra Syakirah
As spring and summer approaches, most of us look forward to the weather warming up — warm enough for a dip in the water and
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m deeply in love with spring in Japan. Heck, it’s arguably the most anticipated season in the country –
The highly advanced country that is Japan has hundreds, if not thousands, of fast-paced and driven industries that keep the country going. In each industry,
The answer is: yes, there is a Disneyland in Japan. In fact, the one in The Land of The Rising Sun is actually located right smack in the middle of the island nation — pretty close to the capital city Tokyo. It is so close that Japan’s Disney theme park is known as Tokyo Disneyland.
The Japanese are pretty festive all year round — it’s in their blood to go all out for anything — and that includes the Western spooky celebration. While it’s not quite the same as how the people in the West celebrate it, Japan commemorates this month their very own way. Even though houses wouldn’t be decorated, the streets will. Even though trick-or-treating isn’t a practice, you’ll still be able to get your ghostly snacks at any eatery you walk in.