📱Emojis in your phone, what do they mean? Japanese emojis (part 3)📱

Part 1 here and Part 2 here! These emojis can be found in iPhones but even if you don’t use one, you will still be able to see the emojis. This is the character for month or moon. For this, it just means something is monthly like a paycheck, for example.     This just…… Continue reading 📱Emojis in your phone, what do they mean? Japanese emojis (part 3)📱

⛩Temples vs Shrines and where to go⛩

In this post I will introduce temples and shrines you can go to while visiting Tokyo. Obviously there are temples outside of Tokyo too so a list of those temples will be up soon. Firstly, lets go over the differences between temples and shrines as I am sure it isn’t really clear for many people…… Continue reading ⛩Temples vs Shrines and where to go⛩

Having a conversation in different languages 💬

A lot of things for halfies are very “mixed”. One of those things is languages. For most of the halfies that I know personally, a lot of them are bilingual or even multilingual. I personally, can speak Japanese and english. I live in japan so I use Japanese frequently enough and my parents speak it…… Continue reading Having a conversation in different languages 💬

❤️Valentines Day in Japan❤️

Strangely, in Japan the tradition of men gifting women chocolates is flipped around, women gift men chocolate here. And as women are gifting it, it becomes a huge deal in Japan. In Japanese schools, middle school and high school especially, teenagers will make heart shaped chocolates or cookies and gift them to boys in their…… Continue reading ❤️Valentines Day in Japan❤️

🚫What not to do when you visit (logan paul)🚫

This is probably not as relevant anymore however, after recent events I thought I should mention this at least once. Im going to write this in 2 parts as Logan Pauls visit to Japan was extremely troubling. In early January, I was in the UK and the first thing on my phone when my flight…… Continue reading 🚫What not to do when you visit (logan paul)🚫

Meeting up in Tokyo

Meeting up with friends or family in Tokyo is difficult. Depending on where in Tokyo, it can possibly be a lot worse. Shibuya, for example, is a busy part of Tokyo and it can be really stressful unless you’re specific. The great thing about Tokyo, especially tourist areas (Shibuya, Asakusa, Shinjuku etc..) have many places…… Continue reading Meeting up in Tokyo

🎄Christmas in Japan🎄

Christmas isn’t properly celebrated in Japan, and here is why. Japan isn’t necessarily a christian country (roughly only 1% of the population is Christian)and the tradition of Christmas was brought to Japan by America. So christmas is really a foreign tradition brought here and is widely accepted. But there are many things about Christmas that…… Continue reading 🎄Christmas in Japan🎄