Zobia Yasin

Ghibli Historical center: Drenching in the Realm of Studio Ghibli Movement

Settled in the verdant rural areas of Mitaka, Tokyo, lies a capricious safe-haven that coaxes guests into the charming universe of Studio Ghibli movement – the Ghibli Gallery. Planned by acclaimed chief Hayao Miyazaki himself, this mystical exhibition hall is a demonstration of the innovativeness, creative mind, and masterfulness that have made Studio Ghibli films…

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Shimokitazawa: Uncovering Tokyo’s Indie Music and Arts Scene

Settled in the southwestern piece of Tokyo lies Shimokitazawa, an area overflowing with imagination, energy, and an energetic non mainstream music and expressions scene. Frequently alluded to as “Shimokita” by local people, this mixed region has procured a standing as a social center where specialists, performers, and nonconformists join to put themselves out there and…

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Conventional Tea Houses: Encountering Japanese Tea Culture

In the peaceful corners of Japan’s clamoring urban areas and quiet open country, conventional tea houses stand as immortal safe-havens, protecting the craftsmanship and substance of Japanese tea culture. Undeniably something other than a refreshment, tea holds a significant importance in Japanese society, representing cordiality, congruity, and care. Go along with us on an excursion…

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Picmonkey

PicMonkey Photo + Graphic Design Maker Review

What is Picmonkey? Picmonkey is an online graphic designing platform that allows you to design and create flyers, invitations, images, Facebook covers, logos, and more using individual skills and professionally developed templates.  Therefore, you can upload your own photos and edit them in picmonkey for resizing, cropping, adding effects and filters, adding graphics and text,…

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