Blog written by members of Brighton Japan Club
Brighton Japan Club travelled across the famous 3 Deans ‘Woodingdean, Ovingdean and Rottingdean’ here is their story.
Brighton Japan Club went to Devils Dyke for a Day, here is what happened.
The Lanes, not to be confused with the North Laine, is the historic heart of Brighton and a major attraction for visitors. It is also home to many of Brighton’s coffee shops, including a few Shimaguni favourites. ザ・レーンズ(ノース レーンではないのでご注意を!)は、昔からブライトンの中心地であり、ブライトンを訪れる人にとって、とても魅力的な場所の一つです。 ブライトンの一番いいカフェはどこにあるのか分かりますか？ Do you know where the best cafe in Brighton is? ご存知なら、教えて頂けませんか。 If you know, would … Continue reading Brighton’s best cafes: The Lanes
By Tom Orsman, Teacher at Shimaguni Language School, Brighton. A couple of weeks ago, I returned from 2 months in Japan. I am using this blog to record my lasting impressions of the trip. The number of tourists in Japan is at record-breaking levels. Booking decent hotels is hard. Booking one in Kyoto during hanami … Continue reading Two months in Japan