Just A Japanese Girl (Secrets For A Great Japan Trip)

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Rob Dyer The Real Japan

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I had planned to do a livestream with Saki of the Just A Japanese Girl blog and Happs/Periscope fame.

Sadly, it didn't happen due to some technology issues. :-(

Saki is a dynamo of unfettered, enthusiastic, bubbly energy. She's positively infectious!

Saki JustAJapaneseGirl blog, The Real Japan, Rob Dyer, Periscope

Saki - of Just A Japanese Girl blog

She's also passionate about her love of traditional Japanese culture and wearing kimono - which she frequently shares via her incredibly popular Periscope broadcasts: where she has received more than 7.5 Million hearts!

SEE ALSO: Is It Rude (For Foreigners) To Wear Kimono?

Despite being unable to stream together, Saki and I had a lovely day in a traditional English pub in London over drinks and some good pub grub, during which time I gave Saki a copy of my Guide to 5 Amazing Adventures in The Real Japan. (That's the one you get a free copy of when you subscribe) :-)

What I didn't expect was that from her home in Japan Saki would do a live Periscope broadcast in which she waxed lyrical about the Guide.

It's a joy to watch as Saki is such a wonderful livestreamer.

Just CLICK on the Twitter post below to start watching the video:

 

 

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Click on this link to watch the broadcast in full screen:
https://www.pscp.tv/Wonderland_248/1yNGamNDMXQGj

Saki's inspiring and thoughtful blog can be found here:
https://justajapanesegirl.wordpress.com/

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