A blog about culture and love in Japan


Daito Bunka University: My Year Abroad in Japan


The 5th building of Daito Bunka University. Futuristic much?

Before starting my exchange year in Japan, I searched all over the internet about Daito Bunka University, where I was about to study. Only one blog in French came out, and that was it. So, I thought that it’s kind of my duty to write an extensive blog post about my university in Japan, since I’m sure other people like me will want to know about it in the future. Continue reading



On My Way To School in Japan (Daito Bunka University)

Hey there!

I’m back with a “follow me” video where you can see me going to school on a normal day.
As I’m typing this, I’ve already finished my exchange year in Japan, but I thought it could still be interesting for some people to see how it was to walk, take the train and take a bus to go to school in Japan.

Daito Bunka (the name of the university) was a really awesome school and I loved my exchange year in Japan.

Here is the video:


An Owl Café in Akihabara


Yes, you read the title correctly. A couple of weeks ago, I went to an owl café named Akiba Fukurou in Akihabara, Tokyo. Click here to go on their website.

Japan is pretty famous for their cat cafés, those places where you pay for the number of hours you spend there sipping on your coffee while playing with cats. I like all animals, so of course I had to go to a couple of those cat cafés. Continue reading


Nightlife in Japan VS in Canada

A couple of days ago, I went to a Japanese club for the first time. I was surprised at how different it is from what I’m used to back in Canada, so I thought about doing a blog post about it. I might be wrong for a couple of things though, concerning the fact that I went to only one club in Japan, so some things might apply only to that place in particular, I wouldn’t know. Please tell me in the comments about your own experience in clubs in Japan! Continue reading


The DOs and DON’Ts in Japan



Right now, Japan is very beautiful covered with Autumn’s leaves. I might spam you guys with some landscape pictures for a while.

Every country has its special quirks and own etiquette. Some things that you might think are totally normal in your country and that you’ve never questioned before might turn out being completely abnormal or rude in another one. Continue reading


One Day in Shibuya (Tokyo): A To-Do List

There’s many, many things you can do in one day in the Shibuya ward in Tokyo; here’s a (short) list of the things I did and recommend to all of you who are interested in visiting this beautiful part of the city.
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