Japan: Kyoto 京都

Japan: Kyoto 京都

Kyoto has easily become my favourite part of Japan so far. There’s something about the slowness of its pace, the calm air, the peace, the gentle demeanour of the locals, and the lightness of the city. I may be biased because Memoirs of a Geisha was one of the most impactful books that I’ve read [...]

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Tokyo: Sushi Kanesaka

Tokyo: Sushi Kanesaka

Sushi Kanesaka holds a special place in my heart, as it is the first sushi omakase I’ve had in Japan. I’m no sushi connoisseur—far from it. Here in Singapore, a sushi omakase can run to up to SGD350++ for the smallest size because most of the seafood here is flown in, so it’s worth it [...]

Settlers

Settlers

Falling off the grid is my favourite thing to do when I feel like I’ve had enough of life, which explains my radio silence for the past month and a half. April was a month of letting go and making tough decisions, while May instantly opened up a new and good chapter in my life. [...]