It’s time to take a break from sharing dad adventures and shift bro-date content. I made a rare trip up to Tokyo to hang out with my friend Charlie from Shirobear TV. He invited me to workout at his gym, Anytime Fitness, and hang out after. Not only is it rare for me to head up to Tokyo, I only ever go for work, but it’s even rarer for me to go to a gym. I’m proud of the equipment I’ve curated for myself at home, but if ever there was a reason to step into a fitness club, it’s to socialize among friends.
Read More Hanging Out at the Gym in Tokyo With Charlie (Video)
Enoshima is definitely one of my favorite local treasures. Whenever I have friends or family in the area, I’ll drive them to this beach town to witness the beauty of the Shonan Coast. The weather was so amazing, you could see Mt.Fuji in the distance. Many people travel to Enoshima to watch the sunset behind the mountain. Sit back. Relax. And enjoy this short video of an Enoshima adventure day with the kids.
Read More A Day at Enoshima [Video]
In this post, I thought I’d go ahead and reintroduce myself and talk about who I am and what inspired me to start writing and making videos about my time in Japan.
Read More One Year Making Videos On YouTube in Japan [Video]
Did you see that new Dave Chappelle video? No worries, I got you covered.
Read More The Return of Dave Chappelle
This is my solution. Follow-up to my previous post.
Read More An American Voting While Overseas
This past weekend was my Japanniversary, but as much as I want to celebrate it, i can’t help but shake my mood. With Everything that’s been happening back home has left me with many thoughts that I’m compelled to share here. Get ready to be triggered.
Read More 6 Years Overseas, Evading the Issues of America
Zushi Beach is definitely a hidden gem in Kanagawa prefecture. It’s a simple family beach suited for a day out with my little ones.
Read More Enjoying Dad Life at Zushi Beach
Another update about life in Japan amidst the global health crisis. Weird weather. Cancelled Olympics. And my hometown being ravaged. Is this the worse crisis I’ve lived through?
Read More My Semi-Quarantined Life in Japan
Spring is around the corner. Cherry blossoms are starting to bloom. For some, this might be a touchy subject, but I want to express my opinion on this topic. Are foreigners wearing kimono, and yukata, cultural appropriation or appreciation? Short answer – NO.
Read More Foreigners in Kimono: Appropriation or Appreciation?
I absolutely love attending Yabusame demonstrations. It’s a form of traditional horseback archery that’s hosted all around Kanagawa. In this video, I discuss my favorite way to view these demonstrations, at the beach.
Read More Yabusame: Japanese Horseback Archery at the Beach