Azra Syakirah

Azra Syakirah

from Japan

Usually tucked away in a cafe anywhere she goes, Azra Syakirah is a fashion designer and entrepreneur living in Tokyo, Japan. Born and bred in Singapore, her heart belongs to the world.

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Why Does Japan Have Tsunamis?
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Why Does Japan Have Tsunamis?

Read on to find out the reasons for the periodic risks and occurrences of a tsunami in Japan — as well as what to do if you happen to be in a situation of tsunami risk, regardless of whether you’re in Japan or not.

What Are Common Jobs In Japan?

What Are Common Jobs In Japan?

In this article, we’ll look at the most common jobs in Japan in two different categories, generally and as a foreigner, as well as touch on how to find these jobs. Read on to find out more!

Does Disneyland Exist In Japan?
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Does Disneyland Exist In Japan?

You’ll be surprised at how magical and close to Disney-home Tokyo Disneyland can be, despite being on the other side of the main headquarters of Disney itself. Discover all you need to know about Disneyland in Japan as well as the tips and tricks to getting a heck of a time out of your visit!

How Does Japan Celebrate Halloween?
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How Does Japan Celebrate Halloween?

Just like everything else, Japan has its own unique Halloween celebration. It is one of the few Western holidays that the Japanese picked up. Discover how it actually came to the country and the present traditions the Japanese have during this festive season.

How Many Islands Are There in Japan?

How Many Islands Are There in Japan?

Japan is known as an island country lying off the east coast of Asia — everyone knows this fact. It is one of Japan’s identifying factors on the world map. The question is, is the country made up of one single island or multiple smaller islands?

What Are The Tallest Mountains In Japan?
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What Are The Tallest Mountains In Japan?

Get your fill of historical and geographical knowledge about these towering volcanic peaks that hold great religious and cultural significance in the Japanese tradition. Let’s take a look at the tallest mountains in Japan and the basics of climbing them.

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