Julie

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  • Luxembourg
  • Cats, food, knitting

Hi! I’m Julie from Luxembourg, a tiny country in the middle of Europe. I first came to Japan when I was 16 and since then have never really been able to leave the country behind me. My interests keep changing all the time, but currently include jogging, cycling, knitting, cooking and (totally standing by this!) K-pop and going to concerts.  Please feel free to talk and teach me about everything and anything!

Anouk

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  • France
  • Music, Movie, Literature

I am French, from Paris, and I am staying one whole year in Japan! I have landed in Tokyo on February, so I am still a newbie here. I am passionate about music, movies, and literature. I also love food, and I am always down to discover a new restaurant.  I can add that my friends say that I am a really good audience because I am basically laughing all the time: your jokes, even the bad ones, are very welcomed!

Aya

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  • Japan
  • Traveling, Food, Wine

Hello I’m Aya from Japan, I was born and raised in Tokyo. When I was 19 years old I wasn’t able to speak any English, then after spending 9 months studying in Canada, I learned to speak the language! Since then I’ve traveled to 15 countries, I love food, wine and coffee. I’m more than happy to share the stories with you 🙂

Manami

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  • Japan
  • Food! Photography

Hey everyone!

I’m Manami. Born in Tokyo, raised in Malaysia with a bunch of Aussie kids! Having lived in such multicultural environment, I appreciate the difference and uniqueness in people and things.

Photographer and graphic designer who loves anything food related – tell me about your latest food adventure!

Come and say hi 🙂

Eugene

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  • Singapore
  • ロック

Hi! I’m Eugene from Singapore. I have been living in Tokyo for more than a year now and I find this city absolutely fantastic!

My hobbies are music, rock music, in particular, guitars and soccer, but we can talk about anything under the sun. I can also speak some Chinese so don’t hesitate to converse in Chinese with me! I can explain slightly more difficult words and phrases in Japanese too so feel free to ask anytime!

English may be slightly difficult to master at first but let’s have fun while learning more about the language! Looking forward to seeing you at LanCul!