Stefan Arestis | Jun 10, 2017 | 4
Gay travel guides
Japan is an incredible country. Everything is so advanced, done with such careful precision, immaculate attention to detail – and always with a smile. The Japanese culture itself is rich with tradition, dating back thousands of years and manifests itself in the way the people behave to each other, the many beautiful temples and even in the delicious ...Read More
Japan is one of the leaders of gay rights in Asia. Surprising isn’t it? Japanese society is so regimented, conservative, with strict social norms and little room for acceptance for anything different. Despite this, Japan (along with Taiwan) is one of the few countries in Asia which has truly started to accept and protect its gay community to the ...Read More
“As Sayuri was standing beneath the Cherry tree, speaking to the one man she loved but could not have, a sprinkle of delicate pale pink petals fell upon them like snow…” At this point, Sebastien GRABBED the remote control, interrupting the most beautiful moment of Memoirs of a Geisha to declare: “STEFAN! One day, we too, will become geisha!” #1 THE STUDIO GEISHA CAFE IN TOKYO Fast forward ...Read More
“A glass of champagne s’il vous plait Mademoiselle: it matches my complexion…” The very sweet Japanese cabin crew girl onboard our ANA business class flight from Tokyo to London giggled at this proud Frenchman as he pouted fiercely, preparing to tuck into his beef steak fillet and Aomori black garlic confit. Stefan also looked on in ...Read More
Japanese food is hands down one of the best in the world. But don’t just take our word for it: in December 2013, the Japanese cuisine (called Washoku), was added to UNESCO’s list of intangible heritage list. Which other cuisines do you know are UNESCO listed?!! We’ve been to Japan several times during our travels in Asia, ...Read More
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