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29516 Steps From Tsukiji to Ginza to Odaiba

Last day in Tokyo, we got lucky on some occasions, and it was about to end shortly. I did not know when I would be heading back here, such a wondrous place for vacation. No hard feelings, let's start with... Continue Reading →

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32703 Steps From Kudanshita to Shibuya to Yotsuya

"Let's meet at the JR station at Shinjuku around 11 a.m." we agreed upon text as I had the morning free to myself. I took the train to Kudanshita with the motive to visit the calligraphy store that had one... Continue Reading →

28167 Steps From Mt. Fuji to Shinjuku to Tokyo Tower

Good morning Mount Fuji! I caught a quick run at 6 a.m. when the air up was frigid and it was strenuous for my muscles to pull this run off. Nothing really eye-catching during this run as I stayed in... Continue Reading →

27531 Steps From Haneda to Asakusa to Akibahara to Mt. Fuji

Touched down at 10 p.m. at Haneda Airport, traveled for almost a day from my house to the airport then to Tokyo. I followed a tour for this trip for this time around. We checked in a hotel near the... Continue Reading →

Hear the Wind Sing by Haruki Murakami (Book Review)

Another Murakami book from me, but this time I read one of his first novels- more like a novelette. The book started with a prologue of how Murakami started off his career, some of the elements there were covered in... Continue Reading →

Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry by Jeffrey Lieberman & Ogi Ogas (Book Review)

An interesting insight of the annals of psychology. This book dwell deep into the history of the doctors for mental illness, minute and detailed story line-up that explains how this industry had been stigmatized and now being one of the... Continue Reading →

Psycho-Pass (Anime Review)

Living in a crime-free world where the only crime that you can commit is to become a 'latent criminal'- a person who has unpleasant (bad) thoughts about life, often unwilling to accept the reality around the person- when your 'Crime... Continue Reading →

The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer (Book Review)

This was my first lengthier book after a few months of light reading, this was somewhat heavy but not as much weight as I expected. The book was a fun, gripping read. The fact that it was un-put-down-able already beaten... Continue Reading →

what we talk about when we talk about love by Raymond Carver (Book Review)

Nothing more American than this book, I had a tough time reading this book as I failed to comprehend the intrinsic meaning of each section of this book. This is a compilation of American shorts from the 80s which peered... Continue Reading →

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