OH, THAT you-gained-weight look from everyone I meet.
“Parang lumaki ka.” It’s the line I have been getting a lot lately, either delivered in a straightforward manner or the trying-to-be-polite way.Read more
TO BE a great leader, one must become a follower. To make it to the top, one must start from below. These are just a couple of maxim we hear on how to be a successful businessman.Read more
DAY three in the ancient capital and I moved closer to the Kyoto Station where the New Ginkaku Inn was a short block away from it.Read more
ARTISTS work with different mediums — oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, pen and ink, etc, on different supports — canvas, paper, wood, fabric, etc.Read more
IT’S one of the most beautiful places to see in Kyoto. In fact, it ranks as one of the most visited.Read more
TRY Jidai Matsuri. It’s one of the three great festivals of Kyoto, along with the Aoi Matsuri and Gion Matsuri. All three are celebrated annually on October 22, May 15, and July 17 to 24, respectively.Read more