A list of apps in Japan to illustrate how Japanese users have different UI/UX needs. Some have pretty UI, most have localized Japanese UX.
Specialty coffee shops and independent coffee roasters in Madrid. Many are also suitable for remote work. List includes Toma Cafe, Federal Cafe, HanSo Cafe, Lots Coffee House and more!
A loose anime location post for the Shikoku pilgrims (henro), otaku and udon fanatics who visit Takamatsu, where the anime Udon no Kuni Kiniro Kemari is set. For travellers, this post can serve as cultural context as you look for the exact view the anime shows, while the Shikoku Pilgrimage aruki-henro can reminisce about the familiar locations such as Yashima-ji that they passed during their walk.
A photo recap of Hong Kong’s 8th Pride Parade, in November 2017, one of the largest annual LGBTQ events in the city.
Visiting a Japanese mountain is a must-do when travelling Japan. Many mountains have public transportation and scenic bus routes!
The most popular Japan travel apps that Japanese actually use. Accommodation, transit, dining & restaurants, itineraries. Including Tabelog, Retty, Norikae Annai, Rakuten Travel, etc.
Remote work cafes in East London around the Old Street, Spitalfields, Brick Lane, Liverpool Street, Aldgate, and Whitechaple areas. Some have WiFi.
This is a cultural writeup introducing Ginza and a bit of Tokyo life / culture that supports the great sushi lunches available in the area (supplied from Tsukiji Fish market).
Great sushi options around Tsukiji Fish Market in Ginza. Tips on searching with Tabelog, what expect for sushi lunch sets, and restaurant recommendations.
Highlights of Tottori, Shimane, Yamaguchi Prefectures with the San’in-Sanyo JR Pass.