Why Am I Living Japan? Tonkotsu Ramen

Ichiran Tonkotsu Ramen

Whether I am taking photos, working out with new people, or even doing an interview, I am often asked, why am I living in Japan. Most foreigners might say, anime, culture, or the food but I always specifically tonkotsu ramen. Personally, I enjoy eating food that have a lot of taste so things like fried, salty, sugary, or fatty foods are the best!

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Japanese culture, food, sightseeing spots, and photography. Tokyo based Asian American professional photographer born and raised in Hawaii.

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Japanese Culture & Photography

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Japanese culture, food, sightseeing spots, and photography. Tokyo based Asian American professional photographer born and raised in Hawaii.

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