Lost in Translation in Japan
Tom Stockwell is a 27-year-old British teacher and traveler living in Taipei, Taiwan who writes a site about his travels called ‘Waegook Tom’. He explains: Waegook – the Korean word for “foreign”. So, basically, Waegook Tom is “foreign Tom”.
You can visit his site here and follow him on Instagram here.
Tom has been traveling around Japan for the past week and delivering some eye-opening images of its landscapes, its cities, and its food, touching down in Tokyo, and continuing on to Osaka and Kyoto. Tom writes of the photo below: “One of the most famous places in #Kyoto is the bamboo forest, a lovely place to have a stroll and escape the city.”
By Andy Towle – Full Story at Towleroad.com
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