12/11 (Tue.)『Board Games Event / LanCulボードゲーム・イベント@下北沢』
12/12 (Wed.) Tokyo Beer Tour / 東京クラフトビールツアー
12/13 (Thu.) 『Creative Writing / LanCul創作的に書こう！・イベント@下北沢』
12/13 (Thu.) Let’s speak french and drink wine ! Parlo…
12/14 (Fri.) Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum / Tour d…
12/15 (Sat.) InstaWalk / 撮影のイベント
12/15 (Sat.) Shimo-Kitazawa Thrift Shopping / 古着イベント
12/15 (Sat.)『International Christmas Party / LanCulインターナショナル…
12/22 (Sat.) Koenji Thrift Shopping / 古着イベント
12/22 (Sat.) The Mori Art Museum (Catastrophe and the Power …
12/27 (Thurs.) Shimo-Kitazawa Thrift Shopping / 古着イベント
01/08 (Tue.)『Board Games Event / LanCulボードゲーム・イベント@下北沢』
1/12 (Sat.)『Karaoke Event / LanCulカラオケ・イベント@下北沢』
1/16 (Wed.)『Animals in English / LanCul英語で動物・イベント@上野』
1/23 (Wed.)『Plane Spotting / LanCul飛行機スポティン・イベント@城南島シーサイド公園』
TBA: To Be Announced (メイト1名以上が常駐しております)
T: Trial Mate (研修期間中のメイトです)
2PM - 10PM
the name is Jamin and I’m from Germany’s capital Berlin. I recently moved to Tokyo to spend time with the part of my family that lives here. I like playing games of any kind, working out or relaxing with a good movie (check out ‘Baby Driver’ if you’re looking for a good one). I also play Magic: the Gathering (a trading card game) on a professional level, travelling to tournaments all around the world.
To me, listening is the easiest way to learn something new, I’d love to hear about the things you’re passionate about! I’m looking forward to meeting you at LanCul!
Hello everyone !
My name is Louise, I am from Bretagne in France and have been studying english and japanese in the university of Nantes. I have arrived in Japan in September 2018 and am looking forward to spend the coming year meeting new people and discovering more and more about the Japanese culture ! I am very interested in fashion and artistic forms of expressions such as drawings, animations, video editing,… I also enjoy music and, of course, travelling !
I like meeting new people, getting to know more about their way of thinking or their passions. Thus, I am looking forward to get to know you !
Hi, my name is Liam, I have only been in Japan since April 2018. I’m currently studying Japanese language. I enjoy going out for drinks with friends and eating all types of food. My hobby is cars, I love cars and enjoy fixing broken cars. I look forward to meeting everyone!
Hello! My name is Fatima and I am from Pakistan, South Asia. I am a student of Political Science, Anthropology and Sociology at Waseda University. Besides academics, I enjoy cultural immersion by partaking in travel and conversation.
To this end, at LanCul, I look forward to gaining and exchange valuable cultural insights as we talk about food, language, art forms, folklore, politics.
Hi! I’m Damian, nice to meet you! I’m from Ireland and I’ve lived in Japan since 2017! I moved here because I really love Japanese culture, food and people! I really like to watch movies, theatre and I love exploring outdoors. I want to climb Mount Fuji at some point and watch the sun rise. My guilty pleasure is watching a lot of Japanese romance dramas! I’m really looking forward to meeting you and chatting with you!
Hi guys! My name is Mariah（マライア）and even though I am from America I was actually born in China! I moved to Japan in the spring and I have enjoyed every moment of my life here. I graduated with a degree in illustration and I’m currently studying Japanese at a language school so I can work as an illustrator here. Aside from making and looking at art, I also love food, traveling to new places, anime, manga, and listening to music (especially kpop). I enjoy making new friends and hearing their stories and experiences! I look forward to getting to know you!
Hi there! My name is Paulo and I am from Curitiba, a city in the south part of Brazil. I studied abroad in Canada four years ago and now I am here in Japan doing my Masters. I love nature, animals and science. My dream is to be able to help people in need through science! What is yours? I am also passionate about teaching, so if you have any question I will do my best to explain it to you! I am looking forward to seeing you soon here at LanCul!
Hi guys, I’m Charlotte, from Vietnam. I’m a university student here in Japan. I’ve been speaking English my whole life and now I’m going to an international school with friends from all over the world. Recently I was in a beauty pageant for Vietnamese girls in Japan. I also love exploring new places and learning new languages. Feel free to drop by and exchange culture over a drink! よろしくおねがいします！
Hi! My name is Lili and I was born and raised in Paris. But my family originally come from a French island called Martinique, which is known for its beautiful beaches and amazing food.
I arrived in Tokyo last July and my experience in Japan has been amazing so far!
I have a passion for dancing, I love all type of dance but if I have to just pick one it will be street jazz. I think that dancing is a great way to exercise but also to express your emotions.
I also enjoy traveling and discovering new cultures. Apart from Paris I have been living in New York, Switzerland and New Zealand.
I hope that we can find more about each other’s culture!
Hi! My name is Daniel, and while my parents are from China, I was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. I’ve lived and worked in America as a software engineer, in Korea as an English teacher, and in Japan as a game tester, and I love to make new friends around the world. Some of my interests are video games, programming, rabbits, and playing the piano and drums, but I really love to talk about anything, so please drop by and let’s get to know each other!
Hi I’m Mariusz and I’m from Germany. I arrived in Japan recently and will be staying here for a while. I like Japanese food, quality Japanese entertainment like Anime and Manga as well as dangerous and exciting outdoor activities. You can talk to me about literally everything. Let’s have fun!
Hello everyone! My name is Rowena! I’ve just moved to Tokyo from the US. In America, I am a college student at American University in Washington DC. I am here to study International Relations and Japanese at Waseda University. I love to play volleyball, watch Korean dramas, and travel as much as possible! I love Japanese food and culture and would love to learn more about it. I look forward to meeting you!
Hi, my name is Marlon! I’m from Los Angeles, California. I moved to Japan recently to study at a Japanese language school, before this I was working as an engineer at a medical device company in America.
I am Thomas, and I am an ex-English student. I just finished my master’s thesis on transmedia, so if you enjoy reading, movies, videogames, or pretty much everything with a story, feel free to drop by ! I just arrived in Japan recently and I am having a lot of fun here, I love the country and most of all the language. I find it so interesting, I’m a bit of a Kanji addict, and I want to Catch them all© !
In my spare time, I like to read (obviously !), karate (Yay, Japan !) and cooking. Japan is going to be a good place for me to learn to cook even more recipe, so if you are proud of your cooking skills, I would be very happy to hear all about it.
Hi, my name is Mathias, e-track student at Tokyo international university. I am Swedish, I really like going to the cinemas, Mamma Mia 2 may very well be one of the best movies ever made, I like to talk about inspiration, I listen to a lot of inspirational podcasts and I am a very big fan of the Swedish group ABBA. Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Hi there! My name is Asher May and I’m from Nuevo México in the USA. I grew up between the USA and Germany and I am lucky enough to say that I’ve traveled a lot! I’m an exchange student at Waseda University where I study Physics and Mathematics. I came to Japan to explore this lovely land and have some amazing new experiences! I adore playing the piano and the guitar while shyly singing along. I also love to explore the outdoors, dance, rock climb, snowboard, read, and write. I can’t wait to chat with you!
Hello!!! My name is Rachele.
I come from Italy, but I have also lived in France, Belgium, and I have spent the last 12 years in the UK before moving to Japan to learn the language and experience life in Tokyo.
When I was little I read “The Million”, a book I fell in love with, in which Marco Polo narrated his travels in Asia. It inspired me to read more, travel, and learn about cultures. I love visiting new countries, especially countries rich in history, meeting new friends and experiencing traditional customs, events and local food.
I am a very active person, I enjoy the outdoors, yoga, tennis and horse riding but I also love watching movies, reading books and cooking.
In my free time you can always find me eating sweets and drinking coffee!
I can’t wait to meet you and learn more about you all, come see me and say Hi 🙂
Hi, I’m Paige. I was born in Hanoi, Vietnam and this is also my favourite place. I have been living in Japan since 2016 and so far I am really enjoying my life here. I am currently a university student studying Business in Tokyo. I love watercolor painting, playing piano and traveling. My goals are to see at least two new places every year and to always finish the book that I start reading. Let’s get to know each other more when you see me at LanCul!
Hello! I’m Ellie and I’m from the UK. I’ve recently graduated from university where I studied International Relations. When I was a student, I studied for one year in Tokyo. I recently returned to Japan and now I’m working as an English teacher. My passions include travel, food, skiing and being outdoors. In my free time you’ll most likely find me in a cafe, watching a movie or exploring a new area of the city!
I love meeting new people and look forward to chatting with you soon!
My full name is Jason Nilsson I’m 24 from Winnipeg, Canada. My Japanese is very beginner but I’m taking classes to increase my level. My hobbies include playing hockey, going fishing, camping, and being with friends and family. I’m here in Japan to experience the culture and to meet and make new friendships with people from all over the world. I look forward to meeting and getting to know all of you.
Hey guys, I’m from Toronto Canada where I studied to be a Software Engineer. I’ve spent the last 8 years working as a Mobile Application Developer, travelling all around the North America. Now I’m starting the next chapter of my life here in Tokyo. I’ve visited Japan before a few years ago and ever since then I’ve fallen in love with the culture, and food. My two favourite animes so far are Fate Stay Night and Death Note. Back in Toronto I had a pet corgi, her name is Zelda 🙂 I also do a bit of photography on the side. I look forward to sharing my delightful travel stories!
Yes yes you guessed it correctly, I’m from the country of … chocolate and beer! Back in Belgium I’ve played soccer with my friends for over 10 years. So many good memories! Besides soccer and my afro hair, I also love traveling, fashion and music. In my free time I like to go out and joke with my friends and listen to my grandmother’s stories. It’s always so much fun. My family also has two pets but they’re neither dogs nor cats … it’s a chicken and a horse! So what are you waiting for? Come join me at LanCul. I wanna talk to you!
Let the fun begin ;D
Hi everyone, I’m Ron and I’m from the Philippines. I am a veterinarian but it didn’t stop me from venturing out and trying to explore some parts of the world. I love to travel and enjoy food from different parts of the world. I am looking forward to seeing and meeting all of you very soon.
Hello! My name is Michelle and I just moved here to Japan in July of 2017. I’m originally from Utah, but have lived in California, Texas, England and Germany. I love to travel and meet new people and Japan has been lovely to me so far. I’m also highly involved in theater/drama and am usually performing or working backstage on a show 2-3 times a year. Some of my other interests include volleyball, tennis, accounting, sleeping and always laughing. I’d love to to get to know you and share some of our experiences with each other. またねー
Hey there! My name is Trish. I was born in Tokyo but grew up in Manila. Three years ago, I decided to go back to Tokyo to rediscover myself and I’m still on it! On my free time, I like to paint, sketch, or go out to take pictures of nature, streets, and buildings. I’m also really passionate about good food, beer, and whisky! Back home, my friends and I loved going to underground bars with excellent music, slam poetry sessions, and art exhibits. But enough about me, why don’t we talk about you? Come over to hang out with me at LanCul.
Hi, my name is Hiro! I grew up in the States, born in Germany, and am Japanese. I recently came to Japan to pursue a career in music. I have a 2 person band with a close friend, and we are currently in the process of creating an album by the end of 2018. We are called Foreign Ronins! Check us out on social media and youtube!
Hello! I am Astia from a tropical country named Indonesia. If you have no idea where Indonesia is, just try to remember Bali (some people know Bali more than Indonesia T.T). But I am originally from Borneo and used to live with crocodiles, monkeys, and mosquitoes. I am doing my masters here and have been living in Japan for 1 year, still have 1 year left, hopefully more. I really do love traveling and drawing! Also interested in movies, games (only some), and music. One more thing, coffee maniac!
Hi friends! My name is Louie (“Rui” in Japanese), nice to meet you! I am 100% Japanese but I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. I’ve had the special opportunity to live within both Japanese and American cultures my whole life and decided in May 2016 to move to Japan to become a “Cultural Bridge” while exploring my Japanese identity in my parents’ native country. I have a degree in marine ecology and have a strong passion for the ocean. On my free time I like to aimlessly wander around the streets of Tokyo with a dSLR camera and my trusty GoPro and create photography and videos. My hobbies are skateboarding, surfing, playing the ukulele, listening to all sorts of music (my favorites are hip hop, jazz, and Bossa nova) and writing. I absolutely love meeting and talking with people from different backgrounds, cultures and experiences so I’m looking forward to hanging out with you!
Hey, my name is Jahongir and I am from Uzbekistan. Where is it located? – to the South from Russia. For this reason, apart from English and my native language, I am also fluent in Russian. I’m a master’s student in Japan and I arrived this September. So I have a lot yet to see and experience in this country. If anyone is interested in exploring the city, make sure to sign me in as well.
Hi I’m Scott! I originally come from England, but I have caught the travelling bug and am keen to see the world! I am studying Marine Biology at university, so I love all things nature. Which kind of begs the question why did I come to the biggest city in the world? Well for the biggest adventure of course and I love it here in Tokyo. What I want to do now is learn more about everyone here and hope maybe I can teach them something cool in return 🙂
Hi, I’m Angie! I was born in the Philippines, but, when I was seven, I moved to Singapore, where I lived for eleven years of my life. Feeling that the tiny island of Singapore was too small for my dreams and aspirations, I decided to leave the comfort of home and venture out to Tokyo– I haven’t regretted my decision ever since. I’m currently studying at political science in Tokyo at 上智大学. I love art, architecture, food and traveling. Looking forward to meeting all of you!
Hi, my name is Grayson and I am from the United States. I just recently moved to Tokyo and I am so excited to meet new people through Lancul! I love meeting new people from various backgrounds and different perspectives. I am into all sorts of music, I enjoy all things outdoors, and I am a sports enthusiast! Looking forward to meeting you!!
Hi there, my name is Rush,
I am from Montreal,Canada, and I moved to Japan 3 years ago with my wife as I was fascinated by her home country’s cultures and values.
Aside from LanCul, I am a professional musician and lead guitarist of a Japanese Rock-Band called Vulpes Zerda (ヴルピスゼルダ).
I speak 6 languages as I majored in foreign languages and have worked in the airline industry as a pilot and cabin attendant for a little while ,i’ve also been practicing a lot of Judo since my early childhood!
I’ve always dreamed of living in either Tokyo or Los Angeles as both cities’ vibrant lifestyle is what attracts me the most. Guess what? My dream came true, and I am now living in Tokyo.
You’re more than welcome to come and join any of my LanCul connect tables, I’d be really happy to meet you and talk, and I am sure there are many things I would love to learn from you.
See you around !
My name is Juan Carlos. I’m 26, and a college student at Temple University Japan! My loves are food, music, and writing. I love yakitori and ramen, and spend most of my time eating or thinking about them. I listen to a lot of rock music. My favorite band is Asian Kung-fu generation! I can play all sorts of instruments too. Are you a musician? I love talking about all the different bands and groups of Japan! Can’t wait to meet you.
Hi everyone people call me Yuyu I’m originally from Chicago, and now attending university here in Tokyo, you will often find me attending Live music events because it is my passion. Ever since coming to Tokyo for the first time, I completely fell in love with the city, because of its colorful uniqueness, such as with its edgy fashion, delicious food, and kind people.
Hey! How’s it going?
My name is Melinda and I’m from Australia! I absolutely love travelling and Japan has definitely been my favourite so far! I also enjoy singing, cooking and anything that involves an adventure!! Come into LanCul lets chat away about all the awesome things in Life!
Hello! My name is Agne, born and raised in a small European country called Lithuania. My “love affair” with Japan started when I decided to study Japanese language and culture as my university degree. Absolutely in love with Tokyo, I spend most of my free time just wondering around and searching for good food. I have also graduated from fashion design college here in Japan, so passionate about fashion, textiles, DIY and sewing. Have a geek side too, interested in digital fabrication like laser cutting, 3D printing, UV printing etc.
Looking forward to meeting you at LanCul!
Hello there! My name is Seda. I am Turkish, but was born and raised in Germany. I have been living in Japan since 2017 and intend to stay in this beautiful country with its unique culture and amazing cuisine. I have a wide range of interests and love meeting new people, so come have a chat with me at LanCul – I’m sure we won’t run out of things to talk about!
My Name is Janina-Melody and I’m from Hamburg, Germany. I’ve only been
living in Tokyo since March 2018 but I am really enjoying my time here so far.
It has always been my dream to live in Japan and experience its culture and
people. In my free time I like to relax with a good book or search for new anime
that spike my interest, but I also like to explore the more busy parts of Tokyo
and bask in the possibilities that this city has to offer. I’m super open minded,
love bonding over shared interests with people, and always try to keep a
I’m looking forward to meet and share experiences with you!
Hi everyone! I am an American who grew up here in Tokyo, but have lived all over the place. I like to run, play and watch basketball, and learn new things! I’m looking forward to speaking with you.
Ohayo there, I’m Shannen, a French traveler whose plane happened to land in the Tokyoite jungle on a lively night of September. Highly curious and eager for adventure, you’ll see my fellow backpack and me wandering the wild streets, looking for some interesting traditional art to admire or just the right way back home (getting lost is one of my favorite game). I am a tidy person with a chaotic life, interested in both science and fiction as well as outstanding fashion.
After studying Graphic Design, I currently live with a rebellious pencil in hand and headphones glued to my ears. Ultimately, I describe myself as a free soul with an open mind and a passion for learning anything new. Incidentally, I keen on listening to other’s experiences, uncommon stories, love debating and having controversial conversations about the crazy world we live in.
Hey, now let’s get inspired and share our thoughts together!
Hi, I’m Anthony! I’m from the UK and I moved to Japan 1 year ago, as I’m interested in Japanese history. I love travelling, playing soccer, cooking and sketching!
I’m looking forward to meeting you all!
Hello My name is Nicole and I am from sunny Los Angeles California. I am currently studying at an university in Japan and I couldn’t be happier. Since I was a child I was always fascinated by Japanese culture so I pursued my dreams and came to Japan, yay! My typical day includes reading manga and finding new local food spots (which includes playing Pokemon Go). I love talking about everything so feel free to ask me anything you like! I look forward to meeting and talking to all of you!
Hi! I’m Fernando, from Spain. Long time ago I made a trip to Japan and completely fell in love with the culture, so I decided to come back and make a life here! I’m fascinated by the food, temples/shrines, arts, museums and stories from Japan. I have lived in 4 foreign countries for 11 years, so I can tell you a couple of experiences that I had. I am also very interested in hearing a lot of stories from you too, so come join me at LanCul while we learn something together over a drink. See you soon!
My name is Alex and I’m from the beautiful Düsseldorf in Germany. I live in Japan since August 2018 and I‘m having the greatest time of my life so far. I did my apprenticeship in a big German telecommunications company for 3 years and now I’m on my Working Holiday for 1 year. My passions are strength sports, music, cooking and to learn more about Japan, its culture and the people who live here. Did I catch your interest? Then we definitely should have a chat, because I also want to get to know you. Yes, I mean you! I‘m looking forward to meeting you!
Hi, what’s up? My name is Lucas and I’m from Brazil. I love making music, drawing, eating food that I never ate before, watching movies and TV series, and going to parties.
I make electronic music and hip hop but I love all music genres and would love to know more about Japanese music.
I moved to Japan for a lot of different reasons, mainly to explore the music scene and get inspired by it, but also half of my DNA is Japanese and because of that I wanted to explore and understand the culture better.
Hello there! Another one to be interested enough to click on my profile. My name is Dennis, and I’m a young, energetic traveller from Germany. I love to do sports in my free time, and I always try to keep a positive energy around me. For the last year I have been mainly traveling Europe. But recently I finally got the chance to discover the beauty of Japan! I would love to see Japan out of your eyes and to learn from each others values & ideas. Let us create lots of nice memories in good conversations. I’m looking forward to getting to know you!
Hi everyone! My name is Jenny, I’m 30 years old and from Germany. I came to Japan to experience Japanese culture, traditions and lifestyle. And I love Japanese food!!
In my free time I love to travel, meeting friends and new people and listening to music. I am easy-going and always good for a laugh. So please feel free to share your stories with me 🙂
Looking forward to meeting you!
Hey there! John here. I come from the Philippines then moved to Dubai (UAE) a few years back. I worked as an accountant and lived there for a couple of years. Now, I’m in Japan and just started studying Japanese. A few things I enjoy doing are traveling, reading books, watching tv series, and doing things I’ve never done before. Would love to hear your own story. Let’s talk. See you at LanCul!
My name is Aneta and I am from the country of art, classical music and beer – Czech Republic! I have been living in Tokyo for one year now and it has been the biggest adventure of my life so far. I love to explore the culture and I love to talk to Japanese people.
Excited to meet you all!
I am a fashion designer from Germany and came to Japan in September 2018. As a child, I had strange hobbies like teaching myself how to design websites and reading Harry Potter books in English because I just couldn’t wait for German translations to be published! These weird hobbies helped me become fluent in English.
I came to Japan because I want to learn more about creating fashion on this side of the globe. I hope to be able to build a bridge between creators from Berlin and Tokyo.
Besides fashion, I also really like sports – especially artistic gymnastics and football (soccer). I often give guidance to athletes who wish to play football in Germany.
I love to dance and sing and if you were to go to karaoke with me, you would have to bear with my amateur rapper side trying to bust rhymes containing words and expressions that I would never ever use in a conversation. Sorry in advance!
I look forward to meet you at LanCul! (*´ω`*)
Hello, everyone! I am originally from Ecuador and I used to live in New York for over 11 years before moving to Tokyo. I came to do my masters in architecture and I am planning to stay here. I love Japan. I know the struggle of learning a language since I learned English for many years and now Japanese. I am very kind, clear and patient when talking in English.
My hometown is Portland Oregon. I studied art history at my university and am very interested in that subject. Particularly I am crazy about Baroque Era art, ancient art, and costume history. I love discussing politics, culture, art, social justice music, film, the weather, anything! In my free time I love to find time to relax. I often do yoga, go for hikes, and go shopping. I’m so excited to meet you and look forward to our chats.
Thank you for reading my introduction! My name is Fuad Olajuwon and I’m from the Great State of Texas. Well, that’s how we refer to ourselves! Having been in Japan for more than 3 years, my interests include, martial arts, reading about international politics, writing, and speaking with you! When not saving money for graduate school, you can find me in the nearest yokocho alleyway or training to one day fight in the Budokan. It would be a pleasure to meet you and I look forward to sharing some good times together.
Hi! I’m Poe from Myanmar. Currently, I’m studying law at the University of Tokyo. Before moving to Japan, I’ve lived in the US, UK, and Singapore, where I was able to connect with people from different backgrounds. I’d love to hear your stories and experiences. In my spare time, I like to read in cafes or hang out with friends. I’m open to talking about anything, so I hope you’ll stop by to hang out!
Hi there! My name is Mireille (ミラル). I was born and raised in South Africa but have travelled to many other countries. I’ve lived in the quiet countryside town of Kakegawa, Shizuoka for 5 years before moving to Tokyo.
I have a wide variety of interests. I love art and enjoy going to art exhibitions, painting watercolours and illustrating. I enjoy keeping fit by going to the gym or snowboarding in winter. I’m always cooking delicious (yet healthy) foods as well as baking breads and cakes. I’m a coffee fanatic but you’ll also find me sipping a cup of Rooibos or Japanese green tea.
I have a been learning Japanese tea ceremony for some time and love matcha as well as wagashi (yum!!!).
Come over for a chat, I’d love to get to know you better!
Hi everyone! I’m Nati. I’m from Argentina but I have also lived six years in United States and eight years in Italy.
I love traveling, cooking, running and watching movies. I love spending time with my family and friends as well as meeting new people and getting to know about their countries and cultures.
I look forward to meet you all!
Hello, my name is Will. I was born in New Zealand, grew up in Australia however am Half Japanese and Korean. So a little bit of this and that. I enjoy music, fashion, good movies, art exhibits and exploring places. But I also love talking to others to find out new things. I moved to Tokyo recently to spend time with some family but also experience living over here. Pleased to meet you.
Hello everyone! I’m Gigi and I’m from Italy. I know what you are thinking in this moment! Let me guess….pizza, spaghetti, football ??? ; ) : )
I quit my job as pharmacist in Turin and I moved in Tokyo to enjoy the Japanese lifestyle.
I love sweets (especially when I prepare it by myself), books, gardening. I found peace of mind painting and watching Netflix at the same time!
I’m always curious and open to new experiences.
Hey there! My name is Marlena. I’m a Polish person in love with Japan. Back in Poland I am a Japanology student that took a long break to come to Japan to actually experience all the things I am learning about at the university. I’m a singer, with a history of singing in many rock bands. I’d also say I’m an artist at heart but actually I’m just a huge geek with love for video games. I love psychology, music (every type!), theatre, languages, literature… Well really, my interests are all over the place so tell me about yours! I’d say there’s about a 100% chance I also like or will be interested in the things you love!
Konnichiwa, Megan (メーガン) here! I am a scuba diver, traveller and I love to sing. Food is my soulmate. When I wake up, I plan breakfast. While eating breakfast, I think about lunch! I tend to smile (ニコニコ) a lot, like A LOT~ Come and feel the power of ニコニコ! I’d love to meet you and let’s have fun together!
My Name is Aristides, but you can call me Ari. I‘m 25 years old and here in Japan on a Working
Holiday Visa! I love to travel, film short documentaries or Vlog my adventures for my friends. As
well I love food, that‘s why you’ll probably catch me eating Donburi or on my way to the next Ramen
shop! Oh, and if you like Video Games, I’m the right address to talk to because I’m in the „game“
since the first NES! What are your favourite games?
Let’s share our stories!
Hello! My name is Ricardo, you can call me Ricky. I am from San Francisco, “The City by the Bay”. I just
recently moved here to Japan in October 2018 and I am loving it. I have a sixteen years of experience as
a Hotel Operational Manager, housing to international language students. After so many years of learning so many cultures in the world through meeting people from everywhere in San Francisco, I have my interest to Japan the most. Why is that? It’s the unique combination between the traditional way of living and the modern way of Japan. I love traveling, playing billiards and an aquarist. My goals are to continue meeting new people and make new friends, learn and understand deeply the Japanese culture and keep pushing myself to the fullest of enjoying life itself.
My name is Valentine and I am from Nantes in France. I have arrived in Japan in early September 2018 and I have been loving it so far as it has always been a dream of mine to learn more about its culture and people!
I am very open to meeting new people as I believe new encounters can expand my perspectives and help me grow.
I am passionate about languages, music and arts. In my free time, I also like to do sightseeing to discover more about Tokyo. I am looking forward to sharing conversations with you!
HI EVERYONE!!! My name is Hannah and I am 21 years old. I am half Japanese and English, having lived the majority of my life in the UK. I have recently completed my degree in Economics and Geography at the University of Aberdeen so I have spent the last four years living in Scotland. Hobbies of mine include keeping fit and active, regularly going to the gym as well as EATING! I am obsessed with Japanese food everything from natto to tempura udon. Being outdoors and travelling is also another enjoyment of mine, I love being in contact with nature and feeling free. I love meeting new people and socialising with friends! Can’t wait to meet you all!
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!
My name is Maddie and I am from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. I was raised as a trilingual child, as my family has Chinese origin, so I can speak Vietnamese, Cantonese and English. This is also why I really love learning about new languages and different cultures around the world.
I really like traveling, fashion, art, reading and listening to music.
Looking forward to meeting and talking with you all!
Fala galera, I’m Vini from Curitiba, Brazil. The reason why I’m in Japan is because I wanna explore the country of my grandparents and make music here. As I graduated in a music college, I have the dream of becoming a big musician in the future. After graduation, I asked to myself several times:”why not going to Japan and trying to achieve my goals there instead of Brazil? It’d be challenging”. The world is so big and I have a lot to learn from it, so here I am, aiming to make my dreams come true. Now I’m working hard with my band called Vulpes Zerda. I hope we can have great times together. How about a culture exchange? I’m looking forward to it!
Hey everyone! My name is Adam but most people call me adzy. I’m from Perth, Western Australia.
At the start of 2018, i decided to do something different with my life and I came to Japan to start a new life in TOKYO. I absolutely LOVE animals and I seriously think that the Shiba Inu is the cutest dog in the world! I also like sports, making new friends and music. My favorite Japanese artist is Sakanaction. I really want to learn and listen to people’s stories and I can’t wait to hear yours. See you soon!
Hi everyone, I’m Tine. I am originally from Slovenia, but I have spent some time travelling and
working around. I started in the US then Sweden, Australia, Switzerland and Dubai before ending up
here in Tokyo. I have been working in the hospitality industry for a while now and I am currently
finishing my MBA. I came to Japan last year and I love it. My Japanese is progressing realllly slow, but
I will never give up trying. I love meeting new people and listen to their stories. Sports have an
important part in my life and I like to get people involved in it.
I am really looking forward meeting you all.
Hello Everyone!! My name is Luke and I am from Melbourne, Australia. This is my 6th time visiting Japan and I finally decided I didn’t want to leave and made the decision to make Tokyo my home. I love meeting and talking with new people, sharing stories, thoughts and experiences. I look forward to meeting you soon.
Hi everyone! My name is Edwin, I am French and I have lived in Japan, England and the Netherlands before.
I came back to Japan earlier this year. I have been busy surfing and sightseeing and now I want to settle in Tokyo and make myself at home!
As you may have guessed I love surfing, but I also love snowboarding, reading, drawing and learning. I love meeting new people and having fun conversations!
I’m looking forward meeting you all!
My name is Francesco. I am from Genoa, Italy. I came to Japan in June 2018. I like Japanese culture and food very much. My hobbies are hiking, traveling, and singing opera. I am a professional pizza maker and we can talk about Italian food any time you want. I also love nature, animals, and taking pictures.
Hello guys! My name is Chris. I was born in Indonesia and grew up there until the age of 18. Since then, I have lived in the US, China, Korea, and now Japan. I love traveling, singing, watching movies, playing football, and swimming. My resolution for the year 2018 is to visit as many places as possible in Japan. Come say hi and let’s talk about anything!
Hi there! My name is Farangiz and I am from Uzbekistan. I came to Japan in March. This is my first visit to Japan and I love it here! I am currently studying at university. I like meeting new people, sharing thoughts and stories. I also enjoy long and friendly conversations. I look forward to meeting you all!