Month: Sep 2019

“It’s cheap for Japan”

But is it though? A quick exploration of pricing in Japan Anyone who has either been to Japan or who lives here has heard about pricing in Japan. Many visitors either think Japan is extremely cheap or extremely expensive. Let’s… Read More ›

Ise City, cooks kitchen

When coming to Ise city, one thing that most forget is food. I know that this seems like a basic requirement, but it is often overlooked. Just 700m away from Geku (外宮) is a small curry restaurant, which is unimpressive… Read More ›

Why Japanese people?

For anyone that is familiar with Japanese culture, “Why Japanese people” is a throwback to Atsugiri Jason who initially featured on the TV programme  ‘Sokuhou! Ariyoshi no o-warai daitouryousenkyo 2014,’ and is still being referenced today. But when considering Japanese… Read More ›


Living a language Exploring a language living abroad Welcome to my blog dedicated to global languages and experiencing language. Languages are fluid and dynamic, they are adaptable to change either through cultural uptake or need of the language community. This… Read More ›

My First Blog Post

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken. — Oscar Wilde. That should tell you about my writing style, a bit mad but hopefully interesting. Very quickly, this blog will be about global cultures but it will heavily feature Japan- I… Read More ›


Welcome to exploring languages I have started the blog to allow myself and, more importantly, you to explore the worlds of languages and see how diverse the world is. Why do this? A lot of resources are wrapped in their… Read More ›