Have you ever wondered what it would be like to connect with your heritage?
Today I am joined by ex-pat and street photographer, Taro Moberly, to learn about how a short-term trip to learn about his roots turned into 7+ years of living in Kyoto, Japan.
Taro’s passion for photography took flight when he moved from California to Japan in 2015. While it was originally just a way to share life with family and friends in the states, it quickly became a way to express how he sees the world and inspire others to travel.
If you have ever wanted to visit Japan, you will not want to miss this episode. Taro shares places and experiences you can’t miss, his biggest takeaways from being immersed in a different culture, tips for learning languages in a new country, and so much more.
Where would you travel to connect with your heritage? I’d love to hear what they are and hope you will share them by sending me an audio message.
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Tune In To Learn:
- What it was like to grow up in San Francisco
- Why Taro was inspired by photography at an early age
- How Taro uses photography to communicate as an introvert
- The reason Taro decided to move to Japan full-time and how he secured a job
- Resources for people who are interested in teaching English in Japan
- What it’s like to live in Kyoto Japan
- Unique customs in the structure of daily life in Japan
- Why Taro misses small talk
- The essentials things you must do and see when visiting Kyoto
- Tips for learning the language of a new country
- What Taro has learned about his heritage through living in Kyoto
- Lessons gained from living in a different culture
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