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Lisandra Moor

TW Digital Media Coordinator. Lisandra invented the inside-out grilled cheese sandwich, is an extreme stationery hoarder and is always conscious of how loud her coworkers’ music is playing on their headphones (from a concerned perspective of course). You can generally find her at a bakery with her arms full of bread or exploring Tokyo’s back streets planning her next viral article. Also, she can speak like, a hundred languages.

Articles by Lisandra

You might say that Miyashita Park had one of the best glow-ups of 2020. What used to be a somewhat neglected area avoided by most Tokyoites is now a proper hub for…

Since the beginning of foreign trade in Japan, Nagasaki Prefecture has been an important link between the country and East Asia. When you aren’t learning about history, what is there to do…

And just like that, September is here. Slowly but surely, we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall. In Tokyo, that means restaurants and hotels are announcing their limited-edition autumn menus.…

We are all on our own path to sustainability. As a person who is passionate about makeup, beauty products have been the hardest sector of my home life to replace with environmentally…

Located in the Daikanyama neighborhood of Shibuya ward, Elite Open School Learning Resource Center Tokyo (EOS LRC Tokyo) offers an international school experience like no other establishment. A micro-school that is part…

Protests and online petitions aren’t stopping netizens from contributing to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic conversation. One can always count on Twitter to keep you in the loop. Even if you’ve muted, blocked…

The ancient volcanoes of Kumamoto, the enchanting hot springs of Oita, mountain escapes in Miyazaki, the mystical islands of Kagoshima and the nightlife of Fukuoka – it is all so enticing, yet the…

Sharing its borders with Yamagata, Niigata, Gunma, Tochigi and Ibaraki prefectures, Aizu is Fukushima’s most western region. For travelers, it is where they stop to visit the Fukushima Museum, Ouchi-juku, a village…