Elisabeth's love affair with Japan began ten years ago. Having lived in both Osaka and Tokyo, she finds herself drawn to how the country’s traditions and processes manage to exist amongst the over-the-top wackiness for which modern-day Japan is notorious. Dividing her time with her husband and two young children between Tokyo and Melbourne, she regularly writes for print and online magazines in both countries, and is on a mission to save the English-speaking world from bad grammar. Elisabeth also loves a good bottle of bubbles, and is working on her first novel, although she tries her best not to combine the two.
Articles By Elisabeth
Along with the boy band Sexy Zone and dubious English phrases such as “children are the orgasm of life,” Japan’s slow adoption of online shopping...
August 21, 2013 |
With two children under two, it seemed that holidays with couple time and lazy afternoons spent lying by the pool sipping cocktails were now luxuries...
August 15, 2013 |
Summer in Japan brings with it many good things to distract you from the heat—pineapple flavored chu-hi, kakigori (snow cones), and fireworks, just to name...
July 17, 2013 |
Whether it's the sweltering humidity of the Japanese summer, the dark, cold days of winter, or the downpours of the rainy season, there are times...
July 11, 2013 |
If you’re tired of fighting the summer crowds at all the usual parks, then try heading to a spot that’s slightly off the locals' and...
July 3, 2013 |
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