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Nicole Bauer

Regional Partner
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Travelling abroad to discover new places, getting to know different cultures and learning foreign languages has always been my passion. I was born and raised in Germany; however, for a few years now I've been very lucky to be able to spend my life abroad. I lived for some time in England and Italy before moving to Japan in October 2009.

It took me a while to adapt to this very different world; however, travelling up and down the country has helped me to not only adapt, but to actually fall in love with this country Japan. It has also reawakened my interest in photography, so whenever I get a chance I pack my camera and discover something new.

Japan is full of beautiful but less well-known places. To make these more discoverable for everybody, I'm very happy to be able to share my stories and photography on this site, and open a world of extraordinary experiences, which would be difficult to find in a guidebook.

For any queries regarding Tokyo as a travel destination or any of my published articles, please feel free to contact me.

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On August 21:
I didn't try the shochu, sorry! But I will keep this in mind for next time :-))
Yufu City: Immersed in Nature
On August 20:
This is fabulous, thank you so much for sharing! I would definitely like to try and make the food samples. They have fascinated me for a long time :-))
Do-It-Yourself, Tokyo!
On August 19:
The festival is happening again this coming weekend (August 23 and 24). Check it out!
Koenji Awaodori
On August 13:
I never thought Ginza would be a place to get a reasonable priced yukata! So thank you so much for sharing this. I will have a look next time I am in the area!
Get a Yukata and Feel like a Local
On July 29:
A shame I won't be in the area around this time, but thanks for sharing. Please keep us updated of any future exhibitions of this kind, this is great!
“Pictures of Hope" in Tohoku