It’s year 4 for me in Japan.
- I’ve eaten incredible foods, climbed mountains, did all-Japanese yoga classes, went to castles, a baseball game, swam in the ocean, viewed Mt. Fuji, and partied in Tokyo.
- Since being in Japan, I’ve traveled to 17 different prefectures as well as Seoul, South Korea.
- I moved to Tokyo in June 2017 to start a new job at GPlus Media as a staff writer and content manager for their several publications for foreigners in Japan.
- Still enjoying the shock and excitement of being surrounded by a different culture.
As usual, I still have so much more to do, learn and observe.
More About Me
I moved to Chiba, Japan, in August 2014.
- As a newspaper reporter for 5+ years, I learned to observe how others created change in their communities. I used this as a guide to decide how I wanted to follow suit.
- This site is a mix of my time in Japan, as well as a sample of my journalistic and artistic accomplishments.
- PS – Add me on LinkedIn.
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