Take me to…  the Ise Jingu!

Take me to… the Ise Jingu!


It’s been a while since I did a travel blog, and one place in Japan that I’ve always wanted to go to and blog about is the Ise Jingu. Located on the Shima Peninsula in the Mie Prefecture, the Ise Jingu, or Ise Shrines, are the most sacred Shinto shrines in Japan. There are 125 … Continue reading

Interview with Morgan de Laporte

Interview with Morgan de Laporte


From 15 – 31 August, Sway Gallery will be hosting Daydreaming – a Japanese motion, a photography exhibition from French photographer Morgan de Laporte. I caught up with Morgan ahead of the exhibition’s opening to talk about the exhibition, photography and more. First things first, please introduce yourself. I’m a French photographer, I’ve been living … Continue reading

Interview with Danny Choo – video!

Interview with Danny Choo – video!


Last month I went to Hyper Japan, where I was lucky enough to interview one of their star guests Danny Choo one-on-one! You can listen to the interview on my Youtube channel, which I’m starting to add to more frequently so feel free to subscribe! Danny was born in the UK to Chinese Malaysian parents … Continue reading

Watching ‘School Live!’

Watching ‘School Live!’


School Live! (Gakkou Gurashi!) crept up on me, almost like a zombie epidemic creeping up on an unsuspecting populace. Oddly enough, this series sits in two categories I normally don’t watch – high school/slice of life and zombies. But I’d heard it had been well received when it originally released in Japan so, hoping to … Continue reading

Japan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017

Japan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2017


I recently came back from my summer holiday in Venice, which is a beautiful and romantic city everyone should visit at least once in their lives. My boyfriend and I happened to be in the city during the Biennale 57th International Art Exhibition, a bi-annual art exhibition that hosts artists from 51 countries across Venice. … Continue reading