Hi my friends! Today I’m back with a new brief video (which I really can’t get to call Vlog…) to walk with you in two beautiful places in the Japanese Alps: Takayama and Shirakawa go!Continue reading
Hi dear all! Summer is at its fullest, and while some of you might already be back from the vacations, some of us are still planning the trip. So, here we go: some nice suggestion for your next stay in Tokyo, with a particular attention to the more traditional Japan.Continue reading
Shinto Shrines have become synonymous with Japan. These beautiful structures are an integral part of the rich history of this wonderful country. However, the understanding of these Shinto Shrines can be quite difficult for a western audience to interpret. In fact, there are words pertaining to these spiritual structures that don’t even have an equivalent in the English language. This makes understanding the significance behind these shrines that much more difficult, but arguably all that more appealing.Continue reading
This is personal.
I am not used to write or talk about this stuff, in part because I assume that’s not what you are interested in, in part because I am a very (very) shy person.
But sometimes, it happens; I need to put into intelligible words the confusing thoughts that crowd my mind. And today it’s a special day, a special anniversary. Today is my son’s birthday. Two years.Continue reading
THE TIME HAS COME… THE FIRST ONLINE COURSE IS HERE!
I apologize for all these capital letters, they look a little loud; but the announcement is huge, it really is! I’ve been working very hard on this course for the past couple of months, so it’s with a little pride that I present you “First Time Japan”.
Hi, I am back with a brief video in Italian to chat about the 2018 Turin international bookfair.
I didn’t have enough time, and I could spend only half a day here; so, what I will tell you is the final “wishlist” of all the book I want to read after all the beautiful events that took place here!Continue reading
Last day of April, and I am glad to share with you something different (thanks to Carmela Rodriguez); a short guide to Capsule Hotel in Tokyo!
Tokyo is the land of the robot-run cafes and some of the world’s most advanced technology. So if you’re heading to Japan’s capital city, why not stay in a futuristic capsule?Continue reading