Hi, I’m Yuki


Hi, I’m Yuki

I’ve lived in Nagasaki for 4 years

I speak English, Japanese and some German

I am Part-time-job and writer


Since I was 10 years old, I have lived in some cities in Nagasaki prefecture. As for my career, I was a reception staff of 2 hotels in Hirado city, and 1 hotel in Unzen city. The job requires knowing about any places to enjoy. For example, February 3rd is one of the best days to visit Hirado. Saikyo-ji temple holds babies' crying sumo performances. The history is that more than 400 years ago, the crying voice of a baby drove evil spirits away. Since that, the temple has held this performance according to Setubun, one of the Japanese events, to drive away any badness for happiness. In short, it is one of my favorite events in the prefecture. Such as this, I can explain more about Nagasaki. Next, Okunch, watching a dragon dancing anywhere in Nagasaki is a very popular event. The dance in the Suwa shrine is my favorite. Also, Takengei, climbing bamboo and dancing on the top of bamboo, is exciting. Third, every last Saturday in the month, a transfer meeting of Kimono is held in Nagasaki city. At this event, every visitor can receive old and free Kimono, Obi, and some kinds of items. The motto of this event is "Kimono to younger generations." Those are just a few of the experiences that Nagasaki has to offer and I would like to share them with my guests.

My knowledge & interests

Hosts graduation Japanese literature( since April 2023)
Street food Local cuisine Desserts Food markets Cinema Parks Scenic routes Economic history Social history Cityscape photography Wine Third wave coffee Artisanal tea Handicrafts & souvenirs Traditional culture Lifestyle culture

Experiences I love to host