Simply put, JapanBlogger.com is about Japan.
Everything about Japan. Manga, anime, schoolgirls, karate, tea ceremony, kimono, and on and on and on. My goal is not to make a completely comprehensive guide to Japan, but rather to give an overview by covering an ever-growing selection of traditional, popular, and unknown topics. I add new articles and update old ones constantly, at least 3-5 times a week, so I do mean ever-growing.
JapanBlogger.com is run by me, David LaSpina. I’m a writer, a photographer, a cafe philosopher, and a teacher – not necessarily in that order. I have been interested in Japan for years, and I finally moved here in 2006 to experience the country close-up. It’s been an incredible adventure and I have enjoyed every minute of it!
I'm aided in my writing by my wife. She's Japanese so she lends me some authority in what I write. She's merciless in her editing!
All Photos on this website are mine unless otherwise noted. I typically watermark my photos, so you can easily tell they are from me. If I use someone else's photos, I always credit them.
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