After working for seven years as an office worker in Japan, I moved to Mexico. I lived in Mexico for eight years, working as a Japanese teacher and working for a Mexico office of a Japanese company. Afterwards, I joined an around-the-world voyage and learned about various nations from various perspectives. I "came to Japan again" last year and am still suffering from reverse culture shock. I'm sometimes impressed by and sometimes feel indignant at Japan's way of seeing the earth, which I can catch a glimpse through the reverse culture shock. I would like to send news to you, including such a viewpoint.
My hobbies: Walking, cycling, visiting historic sites (in Mexico), wine