I live in Taito-ku.
I work in all over the city.
I hang out in
Yanaka, Monzen Nakacho, Okachimachi.
I'm an Italian native who fell in love with this city since the first time I visited it in 2008, so moving here in 2016 has been the natural development of this ever growing passion. Tokyo is literally an endless source of elation, fun and, occasionally, puzzlement and head-scratching. By living here I'm getting accustomed to the local habits, and also slowly getting to familiarise with the riddle which is the Japanese mind. Being married to a Japanese woman makes that a mandatory task. I'm not a foodie, but a somewhat repentant junk-foodie. I'm fond of foreign languages and, though alas not really fluent, I'm able to read, understand and somehow communicate in French, Spanish, German, Russian, Serbian, Indonesian and Finnish. I'm also a former librarian and a former grind-core guitarist if that's of any use.