Japan had been the most peculiar yet fascinating society I’ve ever encountered is not about the Geishas, Kimonos, or Samurais but to its people, to most cultures individualism thrives and is encouraged as a way to behave within a society which often detrimental if had not been supported by a spiritual embodiment.

The Gion Festival (祇園祭)

But in Japan the opposite happens, society is intertwined by a synergy of harmony, honor, and respect. This kind of thinking had happened back in Indonesia during Sukarno’s era, but somehow it has evolved to a shameless and corrupted mentality which has shaped the core mannerism of Indonesia.


The preconception that a society would advance in a platonic relationship had never been conceived in this ignorant and self-centered generation, but the model works. Although this is just based on a week of evaluation and nothing is perfect but still it’s beautiful in comparison with other cultures and I wish I could be a part of it.

Yoyogi Hachimangu Shrine

  1. […] 5 years of turbulent life in Dubai, I have finally moved to Japan, the land of the rising Sun as I wished 7 months ago. The majestic nature imbued by the immaculate culture creates a very poetic life in every […]


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *