Akeno Country Farm – Yamanashi Prefecture (April 15th to May 1st)

I chose this farm for my second WWOOFing because the host, Megumi, seemed very nice and answered me right away. Truth is, I had been in contact with another one, which was in a city I had visited during my first WWOOFing (Nagatoro, album will be posted shortly on the FB page!), but they had failed…

Gabare Farm – Saitama Prefecture (March 27th – April 4th)

After a month of wandering around more or less aimlessly, it was time for me to start wwoofing. Not only for my wallet, of course, but also to meet Japanese people and practice a little bit. After sending a few messages around, I decided that my first wwoofing experience would be close to Tokyo so…

WWOOFing – Prologue

Part of my plan in coming to Japan was to spend some time WWOOFing in order to meet new people with whom to practice Japanese and to save some money. What does WWOOFing mean, you ask? Are you turning into a dog for a few weeks? No, no, my friends, nothing of the sort. WWOOF…