Who am I?

I’m a 23 year old Polish girl living her Tokyo dream since the 12th of July, 2012. My first memories?  The city lights, the sweet smell of a humid summer,  the singing cicadas, the stray cats in Nippori, geeky Akihabara, the colourful people of Harajuku, fashionable Omotesando and the cozy cafes of Koenji. I love exploring Tokyo, traveling in Japan, finding new places. This is the place that makes me truly happy.


日本に初めて来たときの最初の印象 → 街の明かり、湿度の甘い匂い、谷中銀座の野良猫、原宿を行き交うカラフルな人々、オシャレな表参道、高円寺の可愛いカフェ。

このブログでは、東京のそんな楽しい日常の中で見つけた日本の面白い場所や、美しい所、又 ちょっぴり変テコで独特な物や場所を私の視点で私なりに紹介したいと思います!




What will I be blogging about?



Awesome places


Madosh Cafe, Omotesando. Delicious avocado dishes and a lovely pug keeping the guests company (also little dwarf figurines flipping fingers…hmm).

1.これは表参道にあるMadosh Cafe というアボカド料理レストランです。 時々お店には看板犬のパグがいる時もあります。

American burger place in Kita-Senju. I found it by a total coincidence and fell in love with its vintage interior and photos of Elvis, Marylin and the Beatles all over the place.


Church themed restaurant in Shinjuku. They have real soutanes and altars. If that doesn’t convince you to go, then I don’t know what would.


Turkish restaurant in Yanaka Ginza, Nippori. Lovely atmosphere and super friendly service. And you can get a lamp like this for only 800 yen or so,



Tattoo studio La Ruche, Shinjuku 5-Chome. I got my old tattoos fixed and new tattoos done there – I trust them entirely.


Jiyugaoka, O’Carolans Pub. It doesn’t feel like Japan at all, and sometimes that’s exactly what expats need. Pint of Guiness for 900 yen though.


Beautiful Art Aquarium exhibition in Nihonbashi. Ambient music, laser lights and fishbowls (and who doesn’t love that?)


The coziest place in Shibuya, a lovely cafe full of candles and flowers. Veranda swings and sakura latte, two good enough reasons to go.

4.これは渋谷にあるand peopleというかふぇです。ヨーロッパっぽくて超かわいいです。


Hairstyling and makeup

Nothing professional or fancy.

Just a hobby I enjoy on the days when I don’t need to put a suit on.




I have always thought that tatooed bodies are beautiful. And yeah, all these babies are mine and there are still many more to come.



I started volunteering at an orphanage (it’s a bit different in Japan though, I might explain some other time) in July 2013.  I don’t have much free time, but I always keep in mind that just a couple of hours for me means the world to them.




Before I moved to Japan, I have travelled to quite a few places. I have been to Slovakia, Hungary, Italy, France (Paris, Eze, Nice), Monaco, Holland, Ireland, Croatia. I have studied and lived in the UK for a year.

I went to South Korea, Seoul in November 2013. I travel in Japan from time to time and I’ll be sure to share lots of beautiful photos here! ~



I don’t know where I’ll be in a couple of years.

For now…I guess I’ll just stay here for a while and see where my life takes me.


10 thoughts on “Well…Hello!

  1. Sooo awesome~ I’m totally jealous of your life, haha
    And I would just like to say that I really admire the fact that you volunteer at an orphanage, I think that’s so sweet.
    I can’t wait to see more posts from you 😀

  2. Nice photos, looking forward to your posts, Tokyo is a wonderful city – one of my favorite districts is Omotesando. Very chic 🙂

  3. I’ve been following you on Instagram for a few weeks now, and I’m really excited to see more posts from you here! I can’t wait to go back to Japan!

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