My mum used to mix my orange juice with water. Which was fine, because as a child I never knew the difference. In my mind this slightly..
Movies like The Mighty Ducks and The Little Rascals trained me from a young age to love a good success story. It’s always a joy to bump..
If you’ve read my previous post on Idol Concerts (here) you will know that Japan’s infatuation with juveniles didn’t sit right with me on..
Japan is a country of contrast. The beautifully ornate temples and delicate silk kimonos seen in the likes of Kyoto and rural areas are..
Despite cringing a bit whenever I see the word in someone’s twitter “bio”, I would label myself a foodie (instantly recoiling from..
The world is littered with greasy fast food outlets. The kind of restaurants where the paper bag encapsulating your midnight feast does..
Anyone who has known me for any length of time will know that I struggle with museums, art galleries and stately homes. As a child my..
It stands to reason that where there is a queue, there is something worth waiting for and the daily line outside Syachi Ichi is no..
The Robot Restaurant in the heart of Tokyo’s animated Shinjuku area presents me with a slight moral predicament. As a lover of all things..
That great philosopher, pioneer and teacher of our time, Bridget Jones has taught me many valuable lessons; one of which is that the..
Japan is a veritable feast for the senses. The glaring, bright lights, deafening rattle of Pachinkoand powerful aromas from street food..
Variety is the spice of life and La Chambre aux Confitures has plenty of it. Every wall is satisfyingly stacked with jar after jar of..