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It’s been over a month since my trip to Japan (yes, I’m still milking that cow) and I still have a lot to think about. After reading an article on RocketNews re halal ramen that, as the article allegedly claims, is “so good anyone will enjoy it”, I remembered a part of my trip when […]Read More Going Halal in Japan: A Lucrative Future for the Tourism Industry
It’s been three weeks since my trip to Japan and I’m still amazed at the amount of awesome stuff there that’s not exported to other countries. Well, some have been, like KitKat, but still, it’s hard to find them in Indonesia. With their economy also stagnant, I think it’s about time Japan beefed up their […]Read More 4 Things Japan Should Export More than Anime
I had to make this listicle before the idea vanished and while the image of Japan is still etched in my brain. So, prior to visiting Japan, I did a lot of extensive research (thank you, Google University and YouTube Academy) on Japanese customs and culture. I didn’t want to look and act like a […]Read More 4 Cultural Tidbits Indonesians Could Learn from the Japanese
If you missed Part 2, read it here! Day 5: A Taste of Tradition Time flies so fast when you’re enjoying yourself. It’s my last day in Japan and it was a free roam day. But since I had to be at the airport at 3 PM, my options of destinations were limited. So, I decided […]Read More Ahotaku in Weeabooland — Part 3
If you missed Part 1, read it here! Day 3-1: Around Tokyo and Seeing the Sakura On the 3rd day, I managed to get more sleep than usual. But I still woke up at 5 AM thanks to a barrage of alarms. Fuck you, people. Anyway, the schedule today was a city tour of Tokyo on […]Read More Ahotaku in Weeabooland — Part 2
Hey there people! Yeah, I know I haven’t been active very much on the blog. I’ve a lot going on in real life, from scholarship applications to family matters. So I decided to say “Fuck all that” and go on vacation to Japan to escape reality for around 5 days. Now that I’m back home, […]Read More Ahotaku in Weeabooland — Part 1