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Kahoさん: Chuzai Living
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  • Modern Country Style ☆ Expat Making Home
  • This is a very long overdue post. I took photos of my friend’s home back in March 2018. My friend, Yumi, is a dear friend of mine who is also married to an American and a perpetual expat due to her husband’s job. We reunited back in Virginia in the summer of 2017 when she returned from their posting in Ukraine. We had not lived in the same city for 7 years, but as if no time has passed since. A [続きを読む]
  • Lartizan ☆ Artisan Bakery in Manila
  • Lartizan in Manila Lartizan, just like you pronounce “l’artisan” in French, is an artisan bakery in Manila. There are 6 bran
    ches which you can find on the Lartizan website. When I ate the bread from Lartizan for the first time, I had to ask where the bre
    ad was from because it was that good. Then the person who bought it said “Oh, it was from Lartizan in BGC.” I was like “Lart
    i-what?” I thin [続きを読む]
  • Single Origin ☆ Rockwell
  • Single Origin Rockwell We stumbled upon Single Origin in Rockwell by luck. The interesting thing was that we ran into two sets of
    friends there on the same day! Single Origin in Rockwell must be a place to be! It was a day when my husband had a day off of work
    and our kids went to school. This only happens overseas where work holidays and school holidays don’t always coincide. He and I
    decided to [続きを読む]
  • Coffee Project ☆ BGC Manila
  • Coffee Project Manila & BGC Coffee Project in BGC is one of Coffee Project cafes you can find all around Manila. When I first step
    ped into Coffee Project in BGC, it looked as though it was a smallish cafe. However, to my surprise, the space extended further ba
    ck with many seating areas and a high ceiling. I find that cafes are a great place to meet with friends. If I can spend time at a
    stylish an [続きを読む]
  • Nono’s ☆ Filipino Comfort Food Cafe in Manila
  • Nono’s Filipino Comfort Food Nono’s is a Filipino comfort food cafe restaurant in Manila. The cafe started with the founder, B
    aba’s passion for classic confections. Then it evolved into a comfort food restaurant. The airy cafe surrounded by big windows a
    nd stylish decor that looks like you are in someone’s dining room feels like a relaxing space to gather for a dining experience.
    It always exc [続きを読む]
  • ArteFino ☆ Filipino Popup Market in Manila
  • ArteFino ☆ Filipino Popup Market in Manila ArteFino is a pop-up market with fine Filipino crafts and art work created by talented Filipino artisans. I had a chance to visit the first day fo ArteFino 2018 this year thanks to my wonderful friend who brought me there. The market will take place until September 2, 2018. If you are reading this and interested in going, I hope these photos will help yo [続きを読む]
  • Wildflour ☆ Bakery Cafe in Makati Manila
  • Wildflour A Bakery Cafe in Makati Manila Wildflour is a stylish bakery cafe where we went for breakfast one day in Makati, Manila.
    I instantly loved it even before I walked in because I was able to see the trendy industrial interior design of the cafe from the
    big glass windows from the street. It reminded me a little of KOI Restaurant in Jakarta, Indonesia and it made me miss it. We lov
    e having a [続きを読む]
  • Nora ☆ Japanese Hair Salon in Manila
  • Getting a Haircut Overseas I finally made it to a hair salon! In Manila!! One of the things I have wanted to do in the past severa
    l months was to go get my haircut. Boy, I’ve had a bad hair day for too long! I wanted to go to one in Tokyo when I visited my f
    amily this past summer, but I did not find the time to do so. Going to a hair salon doesn’t make it to the top of a to-do list d
    uring a fami [続きを読む]
  • Japan Home Center ☆ Helpful Store in Manila for Organizing Home
  • Setting Up A New Home Setting up a new home is the very first task you take on, besides finding food for your family, once you arr
    ive in a city overseas. When you move into a rental home, you will probably feel the need to adjust some unfamiliar features in yo
    ur new home. The challenge always seems to be finding a store to buy all the little tools and items to help organize the house in
    a foreign [続きを読む]
  • Move To Manila ☆ The Alley at Karrivin
  • Move to Manila We landed in Manila around 8 p.m. It was a day in the last week of July. The air felt warm and damp, but compared t
    o the heat and humidity we had experienced in Tokyo prior to arriving in Manila, it felt comfortable. I always love the drive from
    the airport right after we arrive for the first time. Regardless of the drive being at night or during the day, everything looks
    new, so di [続きを読む]
  • Copen Local Base Kamakura ☆ Lifestyle Cafe
  • Copen Local Base Kamakura A HIP LIFESTYLE CAFE Copen Local Base Kamakura is a lovely cafe with a beach vibe. (Kamakura in Japan is
    near the coast.) Its location is a 4-minute walk from the Kamakura station. To me it is not an ordinary cafe. I find it unique be
    cause the cafe provides educational and socializing aspect to visitors whether they share interests in cars or not. Copen Local Ba
    se has a C [続きを読む]
  • My Favorite Places in Kamakura ☆ Japan
  • Kamakura City ☆ Japan Kamakura is a city South West of Tokyo with many temples and shrines, and a beach vibe. This lovely coastal city has become my children’s favorite destination during our trip back to Japan in the summer. In Kamakura you see traditional Japanese architecture coexist with modern stylish buildings. The city lies on the coast facing the Pacific Ocean and many of its beaches are [続きを読む]
  • Accidentally Homeschooling My Pre-K Child
  • Accidentally Homeschooling I have been homeschooling my pre-k son. I say “accidentally” because it wasn’t in my plan to home
    school him. In fact, I was preparing to send him to a preschool. We live in the area where almost all preschool aged children espe
    cially at his age (as far as I know) go to a preschool. “Accidentally homeschooling” because if we didn’t move back to the D
    .C. metropolitan [続きを読む]
  • Dermatitis Cased By Preservatives ☆ Isothiazolinone
  • Dermatitis & Change In Environment An international move takes a toll on expats’ health causing a strain on their physical and emotional state induced by stress of transition. A drastic change in environments can trigger health issues. For instance, introducing ourselves to new household products and cosmetics overseas (and even back home) can cause dermatitis for those who are sensitive to chemi [続きを読む]
  • Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C. 2017
  • Cherry Blossoms in Washington, D.C. 2017 These are cherry blossoms in Washington, D.C. photographed on March 13, 2017. In the morn
    ing I read on the news that a snow storm, Stella, was approaching the northeast coast of the United States and the cold spell coul
    d possibly damage the cherry blossoms. I was worried that many cherry blossoms may not bloom this year. I also learned that some h
    ave alread [続きを読む]
  • Buying A Home Site Unseen
  • BUYING A HOME SITE UNSEEN Buying a home without seeing the actual property comes with a risk and is not ideal, let alone a huge co
    mmitment. Nevertheless, it is a choice that some people end up making because of their circumstances. Some expats, for example, bu
    y a home site unseen when they are still living overseas so that they would secure a home to move into and a school to enroll thei
    r children [続きを読む]
  • Leather Bags ☆ Leather Field in Dharavi
  • LEATHER BAGS IN DHARAVI BY LEATHER FIELD If you are looking for a shop to have leather bags made, I highly recommend Leather Field
    . Leather Field is a shop in Dharavi, Mumbai that specializes in order made items such as purses, jackets, wallets, and so forth.
    According to the shopkeeper, Leather Field owns its workshop where their craftsmen work directly for them. I found that this syste
    m enables [続きを読む]
  • Leather Field ☆ Leather Shop in Dharavi Mumbai
  • LEATHER FIELD IN DHARAVI MUMBAI If you are looking for a shop to have an item made in leather, I highly recommend Leather Field. L
    eather Field is a shop in Dharavi, Mumbai that specializes in order made items such as purses, jackets, wallets, and so forth. Acc
    ording to the shopkeeper, Leather Field owns its workshop where their craftsmen work directly for them. I found that this system e
    nables Lea [続きを読む]
  • Dilkhush Special School in Mumbai
  • DILKHUSH SPECIAL SCHOOL Dilkhush Special School is a school for children with intellectual challenges and special needs age from 6
    to 18. The school was opened by the sisters of Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in 1971. It is located in Juhu, Mumbai near
    the Juhu Beach. Dilkhush Special School is the very first and only school existed in Mumbai for the children with special needs a
    t the time [続きを読む]
  • Modern Rustic Indian Design Home
  • Modern Rustic Indian Design Home This modern rustic Indian design home was the last home that I got to shoot before leaving Mumbai
    , India in June, 2016. This gorgeous home belongs to my American friend, Anne and her family, that I had a chance to know in my la
    st year. The photo shoot took place about a month before my departure. I wanted to edit and post these photos on my blog sooner, b
    ut the big [続きを読む]
  • Inokashira Park ☆ Kichijoji Tokyo
  • INOKASHIRA PARK Inokashira Park in Kichijoji is a gem of Tokyo. It has become well known for its cherry blossoms thanks to the soc
    ial media. The trees that surround the pond are cherry blossom trees and when they are in full bloom, the pale pink of cherry blos
    soms on the trees and their reflection on the water make this park one of the most sought after location for photo taking. I went
    to Inokash [続きを読む]
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