Born in southern France, she came to Japan in 2019 and has lived in Sapporo since 2019. She currently works as an English instructor. She is interested in Japanese anime, loves ramen, and is fond of finishing the evening with a parfait. She fully enjoys life in Sapporo.

  • No.05  In This Video
    In this episode, let’s find out the best ways to enjoy Sapporo’s Jozankei Onsen hot springs district in the winter! Take a leisurely soak in a hot spring bath while snow drifts gently down all around, then enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine. As your body relaxes, your heart will unwind as well. As a special limited season event, the Yukitouro (Snow Candle Way) creates a magical sight amidst the snowy scenery.
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  • No.04  In This Video
    Let’s explore Tanuki Koji Shopping Street in the heart of Sapporo! This historic shopping street is a local favorite. You’ll also find iconic local cuisine invented here in Sapporo, such as soup curry and shime-parfaits. Enjoy the walk as we experience true Sapporo culture.
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  • No.03  In This Video
    Sapporo provides easy access to the region’s best sightseeing destinations! About 45 minutes by train will take you to Otaru, an elegant port city famous for its beautiful canals. You might be surprised to learn that Otaru is also a leading wine production region. Don’t miss the distinctive local cuisine, including ‘hanmi-age’ (deep-fried half chicken) and some the most esteemed sushi in all of Japan.
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  • No.02  In This Video
    Sapporo is home to over 1.9 million citizens, and yet, abundant nature can be found throughout the cityscape. In this video, we’ll show you around Hokkaido Jingu Shrine and Mt. Maruyama. Both are in walking distance of the subway, and are favorite recreation and relaxation spots for Sapporo locals. Join us and explore the vibrant green of Sapporo’s nature.
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  • No.01  In This Video
    Within a vast landscape enclosed in lavender-covered hills lies Makomanai Takino Cemetery’s iconic Head of Buddha. Experience this breathtaking scene created by world-renowned architect, Tadao Ando. We’ll also visit Junren ramen restaurant, located twenty minutes by car from Makomanai Takino Cemetery.
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