This is a blog that celebrates the wild and the weird in Japan and beyond . Readers can learn about culturally significant places where they can see wildlife as well as places that are wonderfully unusual.
I have a B.A in Asian Studies and a B.A in International Studies and I have a Masters degree in East Asian studies. I have been living in Japan for about three years. I like traveling, animals, history, and the supernatural. So I decided to write about the things that I enjoy and hopefully others can find the information interesting and useful. I am currently working as an English teacher in Okayama,Japan. I often travel in the Chugoku area of Japan and can recommend some great spots in the often overlooked region.
My hobbies are eating Matt`s slippers, stomping my feet at 3 am and posing like rose in the Titanic.
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