After a few visits coming here as a tourist wasn't enough for me anymore, I love this city so much I decided to move
here for good.
Getting to understand Japan's culture and society is as big a challenge as getting proficient in the language,
my daily life now implies committing to both these efforts with all I got.
Since i'm so passionate about this country I really cannot say it is a burden though, in fact it is quite the contrary.
I remember how I felt when I first came here as a tourist ten years ago, so I think I understand what the expectations and needs of a first-time visitor are.
As someone who already has went through all the culture shocks that await you here i'll do my best to
point out to you the many things that the Japanese take as self-evident, while to the foreigner they are
puzzling to say the very least.
I appreciate the quiet neigbourhoods of Tokyo as much as its titanic megastructures, its most famous temples as much as the wackiest buildings.
I think this city is best enjoyed walking but I also like trains quite a lot so for instance, when it comes to visit the islands in the bay, shall we walk across the Rainbow Bridge or ride the spectacular Yurikamome Line?
Japanese language: JLPT N2
English language: Toeic 990/990
I am not a driver. I can accompany you in your vehicle or I can arrange for a separate car and driver.