Micaela Braithwaite

(Photo By Hyakutaro/Bijogoyomi.com)

My name is Micaela Braithwaite.  I was born in Canada, but I came to Japan as a highschool exchange student at the age of 17,  and I’ve been building a life here ever since. I live on the southern island of “Kyushu”, in a lovely port city called “Fukuoka”. The beaches are nice,  the people are friendly, and the food is great. It’s a great place to relax and get away from the hectic buzz of Tokyo, where I am often working.

I started working for an entertainment company called Yoshida Masaki Jimusho in the summer of 2012, following my graduation from Fukuoka School of Music, a music and entertainment college here in Fukuoka. Throughout this past year I’ve been exposed many new experiences which have helped me form a clearer vision of who I am, and what I aspire to be.

I run a popular channel on Youtube with 130,000 subscribers and over 21 million hits. I’m fortunate enough to have had big name brands like  JVC, PUMA, LG and NESTLE sponsor some of my work. I also work, from time to time, with the Canadian Tourism Commission to create content and promote travel between Japan and Canada–a role that I thoroughly enjoy and cherish.

As a general hobby, I operate this blog bilingually in hopes that language learners like myself can gain something extra from reading it. In addition to this, my two friends and I also operate a bilingual Youtube Channel called, “Afternoonの昼下がり“, which features bi-monthly situational skits in both English & Japanese. We enjoy it, and luckily 5,000+ others do too.

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Aside from what I do independently, I do appear on TV occasionally as well. As much as I enjoy it,  I do not feel as though this is my main platform. The content that I am the most proud of appears online. I love having total control over an image or a product that I create.

It is partly due to the nature of the industry that I work in, that my direction, interests and ambitions are in perpetual motion.  I’m always looking to further my skills, and try something new, and therefore, my content, style and presentation are always changing as well.

Admittedly, as a foreign-born “alien” to Japan, I do find it tricky trying to fit in with a Japanese society, and there are days that are better than others. If I’m certain of anything, though, it’s that being here has helped me develop a strict work ethic and a spirit that could not have been obtained in Canada.

Every experience is a valuable one, and I’m taking it all in stride as I navigate through foreign waters with ambition and loads of やる気。



215 thoughts on “Micaela Braithwaite

  1. 福岡でデザイナーをやってる、MASASUKEといいます。

    考えるときの え~とや ん~と などがすごい自然で感心しました(≧∇≦)



  2. Herro Micaera!!!!1

    Haha, I think your blog set up is supa cute! It’s neat how every sentence is in Engrish AND Japanese. =D

    I am following roooouuuu… o.o

  3. こんにちは!




    1. いつもYouTubeでみてます。


      1. いつもYouTubeでみてます。



  4. 日本語お上手ですね。




  5. Hi Micaela

    I saw you for the first time in Youtube. Good work 🙂
    And i just want to say you are amazing. You followed your dream and came to Japan. I think you have so much courage. I also want to do the same. How long have you live in Japan?

  6. Hei Micaela:)
    nice blog, and i love watching your videos on youtube:) it is nice to hear about a canadians life in Japan:D i will keep following you hear on the internet:P hehe

  7. ハロー!



  8. こんにちは 🙂

  9. Hi, I accidentally found your YouTube video while I was searching about something else. There are many Gaijins in Japan uploading YouTube videos, but what I found special about you is that I was born/raised in Fukuoka, too(Now, I’m Canadian since last year) 🙂

    I’ve only lived in Quebec and haven’t really visited to anywhere else outside of Quebec except Ottawa and Toronto, but B.C. looks like a nice place, too(and everyone is speaking ENGLISH!!! wow!!!) from what I saw in your video.

    Anyway, I sent you a friend req. on facebook, so add me if you would like 🙂

    Ciao Ciao

  10. 今日からAPECの横浜からです!







  11. Hi! This is Daisuke.
    Nice to meet you.
    I found you on YOUTUBE.
    Your videos are so great!
    I often watch yours.

    You learn music in a musical college, right?
    Actually, I play music(sing playing guitar) in front of Ikebukuro station.
    In Tokyo though. lol
    If you visit Tokyo, you should go to Ikebukuro to listen to our music.

    Take care so you don’t catch a cold.

  12. hi~~~~~~my name is shiyi, you can call me shigei ( yes,it’s Japanses.)

    i’ve lived in Japan for 3 years,until this year, but now i’m in US. very happy if i could be a friend with you 🙂

    also, i’ve lived in Fukuoka 🙂 i love tonkotu ra_men. OMG, i have to tell u there is a really nice raame shop in the sintentyou!!!! and it’s just 500yen!!!!!!is that unbelievebale??? yes , i know. all my friends love that shop.

    and wite 4 your email~~~~~~ i think we have a lot of 共通話題(きょうつうわだい)

    and i’m very happy that you seem to use to Japanese culture.:)

    Ps.i’m now a student belong to 筑紫女学園,do u know that?

  13. Hi Micaela
    Congratulations to your video about the latest Fukuoka Now Lounge! It is really nice made and well presented.
    And it was funny to see myself drinking wine in the vid.

  14. 英語の勉強でyoutubeで何度か見かけていました。


  15. Hey! I started watching your videos on youtube and it brought me here.
    its so nice to see other foreigners living in japan and actually learning the language!! and having a japanese boyfriend! (i do too hahaha)
    i’m back home in australia now but i lived in kyoto for a year on language exchange.
    you’re such an inspiration! i can’t wait to go back to japan and find a job/maybe get into a 専門学校 🙂


  16. Nice to meet you! Mikaera!
    My name is Kodai.
    Everybody call me “コーダイ”
    Everybody forget my First name.

    I work in Hospital.
    I’m Nurse.
    Before 7 years ago,I got a Nursing license.
    Now,I work in Gunma pf.

    I will live in “Ikebukuro”
    Because I want to get “Speech Therapist”

    I wish beautiful school life.

    I’m surprised to translation Japanese.

    Please teach me to study English.

    Do you know “トラッドジャパン”?

    It is TV program.
    It is easy for me to teach Japanese culture.

    I knew japanese culture in this TV program.

    About “Mt Fuji” “Tukemono” “Koma” etc.

    Where will you want to go a place??

    “Kyusyu” have Hot Spring,”beppu””??

    Japan have several Hot Springs.

    Enjoy yourself in Japanese “SPA”

    Thank you very much for you.

    I’m glad to talk you.

    See you again.

  17. 福岡住んでます!!

  18. Hi, I’m from Taiwan, and I’ve become a new audience member of your Youtube channel a few days ago.

    I’ve learnt Japanese for about 2 years but still at a so-so level. Kind of envy you guys that can live in Japan. The best way to learn a language is to live in that country by oneself.

    I decided to learn Japanese with your Youtube videos. It’s a good way to enhance my listening comprehension ability of both Japanese and English, and the best is they’re all free of charge. 🙂

    By the way, I found a misspelling in your self-introduction in the Japanese part. “Music” should be 「ミュージック」, not 「ミューシック」.

    Wish you a good day

  19. こんにちは、ミカエラさん。


  20. Hi Michaela-san,

    ‘Happy New Year!”
    “Happy Birthday To You on 1-11-11”
    One , One One,One One,
    Wang, Wang, Wang!
    Barking dog

  21. はじめまして!!
    最初は 綺麗な方だなーって感心して




  22. i fouud you at youtube.

    im really glad to see that you are interested in japan.
    im living whistler,bc.i used to live in vancouver before came here.

    and i am a student in Hokkaido.(now,im stoppping to come canada by woking holiday.)that is far away from Fukuoka,but im saying “cheer!” from here.

    im looking forward to see you on youtube again.
    i requested facebook to you.so,if you don’t mind.accept it please.








  23. Hi Mikaera. Nice to meet you. my name’s Wataru.
    I’ve been studying in Toronto,Canada.
    I was surprised at your Japanese.
    How long have you been studying Japanese?
    Your Japanese is really good. Amazing.
    I also have to study hard!!!

  24. Hi, Micaera.
    始めまして(^^)you tubeでたまたま見つけました!

  25. Hi!

    I just saw your video on YouTube, and I was surprised by how you speak in Japanese very fluently.
    I’m Japanese myself, but I am currently studying in Kamloops, B.C. as an international student. I almost flipped out when I realized that you were born in Kamloops. lol

    I’m so jealous you are in Japan. I love Japan. Of course I love Kamloops too, but nothing can beat your home town right?

    Well, I wish you a successful journey in Japan, and maybe see you sometime:d

  26. hello!!

  27. Hello, nice to know you.
    I watched your video about souvenir.I was so surprised with your fluently Japanese.
    I have friend who comes from Canada likewise..
    I have facebook, so I send request to add.
    If you don’t mind , accept it please.

  28. Accidentally found you on youtube.


    I’ve only seen a few of your vlogs, but boy they are good. 😉
    And some of them are more than good, they have a deep meaning. 😀
    been to japan for a very short time, eversince I’m tryin to learn this freakin language, and I gave up hundreds of times… and watching a few of your vlogs, makes me want to continiue learning…
    thanks for holding the spirit in (probably) quite a few of us!!!

  29. Hi,Micaera!
    I’m living in Hawaii,but I’m going back to Tokyo next March.I send a request to be a pal on your facebook.If you like,please accept this request.I’m interested in Canada where I’ve never been to.

  30. Omg, you English is awesome!! I found you on YouTube and I became fan^^ I was born in Fukuoka and I’ve been living in Tokyo for 2 years. Your movie is fun for me cause I have American gf! I sent facebook request to you so please accept it^^ keep your nice working!!

  31. あまりの日本語の上手さに驚きました!



  32. Hi, I found you on Yahoo! Japan web site, which was top page today!, and you were the one of movie topics that recently checked by many people 🙂 I was so surprised your Japanese speaking! How fluent it is!! I have been learning english and living in Canada for 1 year and half, but I still feel tough to speak it fluently! Anyway, what I wanted to say is that I am actually living in B.C.! Have you ever hard about Salt Spring Island( a freaking boring island haha), yeah that is my little island! I have been Vancouver, of course, was my favorite city by now:) Also, some of my friends are living in Kamloops!
    Have fun your student life in Fukuoka^^ I am sure that is totally different from Canadian college school life. See you soon!

  33. こんにちは:-)

  34. ユーチューブで拝見させていただいて日本語の上手さにびっくりしました。プロフィールを拝見してKamloops出身だということで、私も去年の夏に1か月Kamloopsに滞在してました。kamloopsという共通点に思わずテンションがあがってしまいました。

  35. Hello Micaera
    I just saw your you tube about “souvenior” from Japan.
    I used to lived in Kentucky, and always bring “Home pie”, “Hi Chu” and coke flaver candy.
    I always wonder what is good for my friend there, and as long as I know, “Home pie” is best.

    When I return to Japan, I was asked my sons to purchase “Chips Ahoy!”,”Goldfish” and “Rollups rolls”….

    Anyway, it was good to seeing your web site to know what is intereting in.


  36. こんにちは、Mikaera!
    こんな可愛い彼女がいたら、英語もっと上手くなれたかも・・・ と思います。
    あと、誕生日が一日違いなのも、とても親近感があります。   1月12日なんです。
    年は、随分違うけどね wwwww


    お土産、良かったですよ。。。 意外なものが人気あったりするもんなんですね!?


    See you.

  37. hello,how are you?
    旅行の雰囲気が【じわ~~っ】と 感じ取れます。
    家には 2人の娘がいます。
    教えてほしいって 本気で思います。(^^;)
    また おじゃましますね~~~。
    good-bye.see you again♪♪

  38. twitterにもコメントさせて頂きましたが、来週から一ヶ月ほど短期留学にいくのでYouTubeのお土産ルポ参考になりました。今のところお土産は”大学いも味”のキットカットにしようと思っています(笑)

  39. Hello!
    Nice to me you.
    I’m from Sapporo.
    I’m a junior high school student.
    I can’t speak English well…but I like English and Canada.

    You are very beautiful!*^^*
    I wanted to be born in Canada.

    sorry…I can’t speak Engrish well…




  40. こんにちは!

  41. 偶然YOUTUBE見ました。日本語すごくうまいですね☆

  42. I am taking Japanese at my high school, and a couple of months ago a college from tokyo (TUJ, Temple University of Japan) came. It seems so much fun! I was a little nervous but then I saw the video that you made called HOW TO GET TO JAPAN, it inspired me. Thank you, I will try my best to get to where I want to be. Please do me a favor and stay awesome!

  43. Hi Micaela :3 One of my friends directed me to your blog while we were talking about living in Japan and I found it really inspiring. I don’t know if you’ve already answered this or not, and if so I’m sorry, but how exactly do you go about moving and living in Japan? I’ve always wanted to visit, but I have no idea how to start. I’m hoping to even live there one day. Do you know anything about getting a work visa in Japan? Can you only apply for one up till a certain age?

  44. Hi Micaela,
    Just wanted to let you know that I’ve used a few of your Youtube videos in the Japanese classes I’ve recently started to teach at an Australian high school. My students are all beginners around 11-13 years old, and I’ve watched their faces as they become captivated by you speaking in Japanese. (It was a great coincidence that you used some of the phrases we’d practiced like ありがとう/おめでとうございます). The other great thing about your videos is that the students can instantly see a benefit of learning Japanese. I’m glad I stumbled on your site.
    Thanks, and keep up the good work please.

  45. Hello!
    I just wanted to say that you inspired me in a way. I’m currently trying to move to Japan to attend 関西外国語大学 as soon as possible. It’s nice to see someone living the same dream I have. It makes it seem all the more possible.

    Best of luck to you and everything you wish to accomplish! I hope someday we can be friends!

  46. Hi 🙂
    I don’t know if you’re reading this, buried under all the other lovely comments, but I had to comment myself. I was watching ‘How To Speak Fluent Japanese Without Saying A Word’ when I saw one of your videos on the side.
    I love your blog, I love your hair, I love the fact that your life reminds me of drinking cold milk because it’s so yummy and refreshing.
    Have a great year and good luck 🙂

  47. Mikaela♪

    ドォーモが久しぶりに見れて、懐かしかったです 🙂

  48. Hi Micaela. Just discovered your blog while doing some research for the radio station I work for. The topic of my research – the horrible tsunami and the heartbreaking misery of the affected people – is certainly a sad coincidence, but still I don’t want to miss telling you that your blog really is a wonderful way to understand Japan. It is one of the best blogs I have found in the internet in a long time. To me as a European, you bring Japan closer and let me understand the exceptional strength of its people better than anyone else so far except my good friend Kazumi who I studied with. But she was in Sendai before the earthquake, and I haven’t been able to contact her since then. I am confident, though, that everything will be fine. Anyway, keep up this wonderful blog, even in these hard times. Keep care, best wishes, Michael from Munich.

  49. はじめまして!you tubeから飛んできました!
    you tubeにupしていた日常会話の日本語と英語の違い(特にスラッと)は「へぇ~!!!」ととても勉強になりました。

  50. hey Micaela
    i just recently started watchin you on youtube and wanted to say that was awesome and your right. it was hard trying to figure out what to do and didn’t have much inspiration… but after hearing what you were doing i feel i can do the same …just saying thanks and hopefully i can visit Japan whenever i get free time it looks like so miuch funnn any good places you suggest to visit??

  51. Hello Micaela,
    I don’t know whether I should post this in English or Japanese as I’m a student from Japan studying in the UK and it feels refreshing to hear about the someone who has gone to Japan to study. I think it was the video about スラットしている which was interesting as I would have never thought about what Japanese could sound like!
    Keep it up as people enjoy watching the videos!

  52. I just want to let you know that you’re pretty much living my dream…kinda. I really want to be able to live in Japan and become a manga artist. However….I know it’s not going to be easy. Hearing your stories fill me with hope, and it makes me happy to know that there’s a chance I can achieve my dream.

    I’ve thought about teaching English to start off….but in reality I really don’t want to go to school in the U.S. I understand you went to a music school after graduating NILS. Do you think there are any good art schools over there that don’t cost an arm and a leg?

  53. こんにちは~
    I LOVE how you posted videos about things that ALWAYS caught my attention!
    Especially the Engrish shirts!
    Thanks to the writings on those shirts, I have to put some shirts back sometimes… T^T
    I really hope that you keep posting more awesome, random, and funny videos x)
    And maybe one day, a video of you singing? ^^
    I’m sure you’ll become a wonderful artist!
    And when that happens, I’ll make sure to buy your album!
    (You should also go and do a live in Tokyo (; )
    Aloha~ (hehe I don’t feel local enough to say that…)

  54. 初めまして!14歳です。僕は最近ミカエラさんのことを、知りました!!

  55. 日本語上手すぎワロタ!

  56. はじめまして!you tubeでたまたまmicaelaさんのことを知りました。


  57. hi Taqです。 たまたまTshirtのビデオみてMicaelaのブログにきました。
    ヨロシク halo (∩´∀`@)⊃
    ~ media, and to get a dog.ってexactlyに犬欲しいって意味??

  58. I watched your video about T-shirts on which there is weird english. I’ve been feeling the same thing in Toronto because I am japanese and studying english. I quite often see those people who have tattoo written by strange japanese words. Actually, my landlady is gonna get tattoo in japanese so she asked me if the words she checked up by herself were right or not. There were some mistakes so I corrected them. By the way, she is gonna get these words; brave(勇気), passion(情熱), truth(真実or誠実).Such beautiful words they are.

  59. こんにちわ(σ・▽・)σ
    YOU TUBE見てmikaeraさんを知りました(^-^)/


    Enjoy NIPPON!

    from Tatsu

  60. hi mic.
    I just wrote you a note and i think it disappeared…

    anyway, first time to send you a msg, but big fan of your cute blog and fun youtube instantly.
    I also lived in japan for 13 years during my youth, and now in US.

    Enjoy the time you are there and keep doing what you are doing and break a leg !!! lol

    ciao !


  61. youtubeで見ました^^

  62. It is a surprised to see a Canadian who can speak fluent Japanese! Wow, you’re so good! Proud of you! Anyway, I will be going to Tokyo in Nov. for 5 days…you take care!

    Vancouver, BC
    have a question, can you email me
    when U have time, thx

  63. I have a few questions to ask you, but I don’t really want to ask it in public, if you could email me I would be really glad and I really hope you can give me certain advice and your point of view! 🙂 please do mail me, I will be waiting, here is my mail yuintheng_94@hotmail.com 🙂

  64. I’m a fan of your youtube videos, and impressed how well you’ve done for yourself at such a young age. I’m curious tho, do you have a job in japan?

  65. Hey Micaela I’ve been watching ur videos for a long time=) im a Jap-fanatic too=P Im from Singapore(have u been here?:O) n im learning Japanese too=) wanna be an English teacher in Japan one day=) 私も日本語の勉強します=)

  66. You’re living in Fukuoka! Yay I’m living there as well 😉
    It’s really a lovely city to live in…

    You speak English better than me, and you speak Japanese better than me as well lol
    I can’t help laughing when I watch your funny videos! 😀
    Anyway, plz enjoy your life in Fukuoka 🙂

  67. こんにちは。youtubeから来ました。

    Im living in tohoku area due to my hubby’s business, although i had never been here before, 😮
    but its kinda/pretty much different from the west part of Japan.
    including the local people…!


    keep making fun videos!

  68. はじめまして、you tubeでmicaelaさんの事を知りました。


  69. Hey honey, by the way, you are a ROCK STAR! You are a real inspiration for me and my plans/dreams/goal to travel and work in Japan. I am a Canadian as well and currently trying to become an English teacher. I watched all your youtube videos and I read your blog, you are a true artist in my eyes. Thank you for all your posts and for your sugoi videos! By the way, I’ve seen pictures of you and this random guy… is he your boyfriend? hahaha, just wondering because you two look so cute together! I am going to try my best to get to Japan, I have loved this country every since I was little. I will stay motivated each step of the way and I won’t give up no matter what (also thanks to you)! God bless, and I hope you live the rest of your life happy and healthy… that’s all that matters!

  70.  どうもはじめまして,今日たまたまyoutubeであなたのビデオを見つけました。とても感動しました。勇気をもらった気がします。そこで、実は1つ気になった事があります。それはなんで九州を選んだのかな〜と思って?!っというのは、ほとんどの海外の人は、日本に行くなら東京エリアもしくは京都を選ぶと思います。もし差し支えなければ教えて下さい。

  71. I am Shonan_Boy(Handle name).I am 56 years old and I have three daughters.
    Three daughters are 25 years old born in 1986, 23 years old born in 1988 and 18 years old born in 1993.The second daughter is the same age with you.My dream is to talk in English with native speaker.Because there is not much money, I go to the English
    conversation class of the church where does not cost the money.Your blog is very nice for me teaching English.You are very charming English teacher for me.I am looking forward to your blog will be updated.I live in Chigasaki Shonan.So I’ve attached a picture of Mount Fuji as seen from Eboshi rock.Holy shit ! File-attach- function is not there !

  72. 【Power-Spots in Kyushu:series 1 is Kashii-shrine(香椎宮)】

    Hi!! Michaela Chan
    From Today,I begins a series to introduce the Power-Spots in Kyushu.

      (Mikaera:Don’t begin ! You’re selfish!)
    I hope that your boyfriend Ryuhei is interested in Japanese ancient
    history and the Power-Spots.
      (Mikaera:I don’t know about Ryuhei, but I’m not interested in such things.)
    Kashii-Shinto-Shrine is located in Higashi-ku, Fukuoka.
    Shinto(神道) is oldest religion in Japane. In somehow it is similar to Native American beliefs.
    In Shinto beliefs, God exist everywhere in nature.
    In a mountains, rocks, rivers, trees, birds, animals and peoples.
      (Mikaera:I became interested in only a little.)

    Special mention about Kashi-shrine is eternal youth water(anti-ageing-water:不老水).
    Once upon a time there was the legendary old man called TakenouchinoSukune(武内宿禰).
    He served the TENNOU(天皇) of five generations of Keikou(景行),Seimu(成務),Chuai(仲哀),
    Ohjin(応神)and Nintoku(仁徳) as a minister.
    Because he drank eternal youth water, he lived for about 300 years from about 100 in the Christian era.
      (Mikaera:Wow!! Awesome!!.)
    The eternal youth water still springs out how near Kashii shrine. Please drink with dragon-flat(竜平).

      (Mikaera:amazing!! Dragon-flat! take me there.)

  73. 【Spiritual-Power-Spots in Kyushu:series 2 is Munakata shrine(宗像大社)】

    Hi!! Michaela_chan.Are not you tired ?
    Please take care of yourself.(お疲れ様んさ束さ。)

    This is a 2’nd description of the Power-Spots series.
    Munakata shrine is located in Munakata city, Fukuoka.

    Special mention about Munakata shrine is Three-Systers-God.(宗像三女神)
    Three systers are Tagori-Princess(田心姫) enshrined in the Okinoshima-island, (沖ノ島)
    Tagitsu-Princess(湍津姫) enshrined in the chikuzen-ooshima-island,(筑前大島)
    and Ikichishima-Princess(市杵嶋姫) enshrined in the Tajima.(宗像市田島)

    They are the God watching security of the marine traffic of Genkai-Nada leading
    to the Korean-Peninsula.
    In addition, they are also God of the ground transportation, and the lucky charm
    of this Shinto shrine is a required item for the car driver.

    I saw Bobbyjudo’s blog.
    Congratulations Bobbyjudo and Yuri_san.

  74. Hello.My name is Fumi and I am a Japanese guy and London-based violinist. I am originally from Sendai in northern Japan. saw ur youtube and it was really interesting to see that you are enjoying the life in Fukuoka.Please accept me for facebook mates, from Fumi

  75. はじめまして
    facebook 申請しました。よろしかったらお願いします。

  76. はじめまして!!!





  77. 納豆の動画 見ましたとある北海道のおじさんです。

    蓋を閉めて待つこと3分・・・ よくかき混ぜて召し上がれ

    ポイントは①納豆よく練り ②納豆は常温に ③お湯は必ず沸騰で

    ぜひお試しあれ ではでは

  78. よかったら仲良くしよ!yoshiって言います!



  79. How long did it take you to learn Japanese? It’s something I’m really interested in doing but the idea is daunting as I know nothing!

    Good luck with your travels, keep the updates coming

  80. Nice to meet you,Micaela.
    My name is Hiroaki Miyatake.I was born in 1996.I live in Kagawa.Sorry,I can’t speak English well.But I like Canada very much.I want to visit there .
    Would you like to become my friend?

  81. hey cutie! It’s great to find your page. i came from your youtube videos 😉 I like making stuff like what your doing too! just introduce a bit about myself. I was born in Japan and am a 18 yrs old natural japanese. been studying-abroad in Australia and just graduated! whoop! I’m about starting round of australia for 2 month then going to go back to japan in feb. by the way i live in Saitama city:) guess what? I wanna become an actor so maybe we could meet on the tv or something haha Anyway, thanks a lot for sharing your stuff they are fantastic!! pls check my blogging sometime;D

  82. I just saw your Youtube vedios accidentally, but I was soooooo surprised that you are from Canada and live in Fukuoka!! I have stayed in Canada for a year and live in Fukuoka now. I like hanging out with people from different country and hope I can get to know you more 😀

  83. Nice to meet you.
    My name is Hiroaki Minagawa.
    I live in Tokyo.

    I see your YouTube movies.
    Especially about onsen.
    It’s very fun, because I’m very interested in how foreigners think about Japanese culture.

    I’m very happy that you like my home country, Japan.

    When you come to Tokyo, please send me E-mail.

    I’m looking forward to your next YouTube movie.

  84. こんにちは。

  85. this is xin.
    i found you on youtube.
    hakatastation is so cool and pretty. i live here fukuoka ,but i’v never seen.
    probably sence of mikaera made it.
    i’ll enjoy your pages as ever.

  86. はじめまして!

    you tubeで偶然見つけました。非常に面白い動画なので、今後の更新が楽しみです。




  87. Hello!!

  88. Hi Micaera,

    I love all the youtube videos that you made about japan, especially those you did in japanese, I lived in japan for 3 years and did my elementary school there as well. and I’m now in Vancouver though currently attending university in Halifax, Just wanna say keep doing what you are doing and hope to see you someday!!

    Jeffery Jiao

  89. こんにちは。動画みました(^0^)

  90. ぼくは、カナダのバンクーバーを訪れたことがあります。カナダは自然が豊かでさいこうでした。ぼくも英語を話すことが出来るように一生懸命べんきょうしたいです!

  91. こんにちは。

  92. Hi, Miccaela, I just happend to visit your blog, which is a lot of fun. I really wonder if you write songs for your own voice and guitar. I want to listen to one of them ond day. I am a old singer, guitar player, song writer and long boarder.

  93. Micaelaさん、こんにちは!

  94. 中学生です。英語は話すのが早くてまだ全然聞き取れないけどmicaelaさんの動画を見て聞き取れるように勉強しています。そしたら、いつかカナダに行きたいです! これからも頑張ってください!

  95. はじめまして



  96. youtubeのLady GaGaのedge of gloryを見て、初めてミカエラさんの事を知りました。とても歌がうまいなぁと感じすごい興味を持ちました。また、調べていると福岡のスクールミュージックに留学?しているらしくすごいなぁって感心?いや、尊敬しました。(笑)自分のやりたい事に突き進む。すごい勇気のいる事だと思います。
    単純にどのような音楽が好きなのか?なぜ福岡のスクールミュージックなのか?(すでに、どこかで紹介していたらすみませんm(_ _)m)などなど色々気になります。

    私は今東京で普通に仕事をしている人間ですが音楽が大好きです。もっと、Lady GaGaのedge of gloryとか色々見てみたい!!


  97. Hi Ms. Mikaera

    Nice to see you. my name is Kaz.
    I love your movies and blogs. I’m learning English, but it’s tough, lol
    Your movie is very good to study English, because we can hear clear and real Canadian English, and first of all it’s funtastic!!!

    I hope you continue to make this programs.
    And you should be an English teacher in NHK before to be a talent like sherry.


  98. すげえなあ あなたは こんなに日本語が上手なんて夢まで見られないんださ、あること聞いていい? 日本にいつ来たか教えてください

  99. 始めましてミカエラさん。突然ですいませんが今日カナダで南京大虐殺の嘘が広められている事を知り驚きました。

  100. はじめまして。
    放送作家をしております、吉田にょろり と申します。








  101. Hi!!!Micaela.

  102. Hello (^-^)v
    TV みたよ

  103. ワラビーで教えてもらったむつこです。ちまさんに教えてもらいました。ミカエラ、キレイ。

  104. いつも福岡の応援ありがとねー。






  105. 今自分は17歳の男です。
    どのようにして乗り越えましたか? または、特にそれはそうと割りきりましたか?

    I am 17years old boy.
    I left the school then I am studying abroad to learn English .
    Recently, I watch your movie again and again everyday to grow my listening ability.
    I respect you.
    Because you are living Japan without family.
    Aren’t you hard that you can’t meet your friends ?
    Don’t you feel anything to different culture?
    But I quite want to meet with my friends of Japan and I am not accustomed to live in here.
    What’s more, I can’t get a friend because school starts from September.
    So I am very sad and lonely.
    Then I have a question.
    How did you get over your difficulties?

    I am sorry that there are a lot of mistakes in these sentences probably.

    I am looking forward to your reply.

    Best regards.

    from Tomohiro Mikuriya

  106. To my master
    im 16 years old im here to study english but sometimes i get homesick from some reason but your videos encourages me thats why always i can be strong because looks like your living there very very strongly so i often watch your videos, and its also good to improve my english listening skill.thank you for making these videos.
    i wanna be your friend so if you ok, please reply my message.
    from tomo in newzealand

  107. ヘアースタイルがすごくかわいい!

  108. はじめまして!

  109. 日本人もいい人ばかりじゃなくて、anti-Koreanな人もいます。reformやwildroseみたいなものです。
    私なんかカナダに住んでいたとき、“Do you like Canada?”ときかれて“Yes”と答えたら“Canada doesn’t like you.”と言われたことがあります。

  110. I lives in Fukuoka .
    Since I would like to go to travel abroad, l would like to become stronng about English .
    I would like to become friends .

  111. Wow~ it is so awesome to see you becoming so successful in Japan! Especially since you are from my area, it makes me hopeful that I can achieve the similar goal of living and working in Japan 🙂 thank you for making such an informative and entertaining blog/YouTube and letting the world see a bit into your life!

  112. Hi Micaela,
    I have been trying to contact you, but I don’t seem to be getting through. I am a photographer/journalist from England and I am planning an overland adventure from London to Japan which will produce a book and a vlog. I am looking for some help to get an insight view of Japan and I was hoping for you to get involved. If you are interested please get in touch and we’ll take it from there.

  113. Hi, Micaela. I just watched you on you tube and came this site. I’ve been in Toronto for 6 monthes and was surprised you’re from Canada! My hometown is Kumamoto and now I live in Kagoshima for my job. I will aply as facebookfriend, hope you accept it. If not, that’s ok cuz you don’t know me. I’ll follow your site!x

  114. Hi micaela im gonna be living in yokohama after 12 years and hope to bump into u there and i will make pakistan proud like u made canada proud

  115. Hi Micaela. I’m a reporter with the Kamloops Daily News. I’m hoping to share your fascinating story with the people of your (former) hometown. I wonder if you’d be interested in answering a few questions via email? If so, can you please contact me at spaillard@kamloopsnews.ca?
    Sylvie Paillard
    Kamloops Daily News
    250 372-2331 ext. 6147

  116. Hi Micaela,

    I heard about you from one of your fans at Hollywood North, in Vancouver. I am also from Kamloops, well, Pritchard, and seem to relate to you in a lot of ways, I bet you sing a wicked Utada Hikaru or Kiroro… If your ever in Vancouver, lets go to Karaoke together! I love the way you build so many bridges in what you do, you are a fine ambassador for Canada.

  117. 日本の京都府に住んでいる、高校3年生です。動画を見つけて面白いなと思ってブログも見させてもらってます。すごく楽しんで読めるので英語の勉強にもなってます。これからも夢を実現するために頑張ってください。Take it easy.

  118. Anonymous :
    日本の京都府に住んでいる、高校3年生です。動画を見つけて面白いなと思ってブログも見させてもらってます。すごく楽しんで読めるので英語の勉強にもなってます。これからも夢を実現するために頑張ってください。Take it easy.

  119. I watched your movie about Miyajima, In Hiroshima in YouTube and I think it is wonderful. Oh… My age is over 50… But I have many younger friends. I think your goal is to become a famous actor or singer in Japan..Is it right? oh I live in Nishinomiya, where there is the Koshien baseball stadium, with my family including my wife and 2 sons.
    Take care, Takami

  120. 私は今回のブロガーパムに参加する韓国のブロガーです。私は今は東京に住んでいて成田で明日の夕方、カナダに発つのにとてもワクワクしますね。カナダでの楽しい出会いが期待されます。

  121. 日本人の方へ


  122. はじめまして。とても素敵なblogですね。海外の生活や旅行、海外と日本の文化に興味があるので、お写真やリポートを楽しく拝見しました。英語を勉強中なので、日本語と英語で読めるので、大変勉強になります。これからも楽しみにしてます。身体に気をつけて、夢に向かって頑張ってください(^_^)

  123. どうも!初めまして!
    YouTubeはだいぶ前から見させていただいていますが、本当に素敵な動画ばっかりですね 🙂
    僕は去年にカナダのShawnigan Lake Schoolから来た学生のホストファミリーをやって、今年の春には向こうにも短期留学にも行きました。カナダの人たちは本当に暖かく迎えてくれて、親切にしてくださって、大変貴重で素晴らしい体験でした。

    Facebookの方もリクエスト送りましたのでよかったら友達になってください 😀

  124. Hi, Micaela^^ I’m Kamonohashi. I’m 24 yo Japanese man,I saw you on Japanese TV “ZIP” and watched some of your videos too. You’re so good at Japanese^^ Awesome ! I want to be famous like you, cuz , I try to make good Japanese leaning movie contents for foreigner. If I could be famous , I wanna go to abroad…actually, I never been to any abroad before hahaha Oh!! I’ve talked too much about my self!! sorry^^; anyway , I live in Japan too. so if I have chance I want to meet you^^

    Ah! if you need help about Japanese ,pls contact me anytime!!
    See ya! Kamonohashi

  125. かわいすぎて悶え死にました・・・
    As I am living in damn Singapore, I really miss the mountains…

  126. こんにちは!

  127. こんにちは!愛知県に住む学生です。

  128. Hi There,

    I have decided to study Japanese and Linguistics at university (in the UK)… I was wondering if you would have done the learning part any differently? (I’m still int he applying to the course stage though). Are there any disavantages to having learnt the language?

  129. Hi
    I’m really interested in seeing a video on mixed cocktails and what they are like in Japan and what sort of cocktail bars are in the Fukuoka prefecture. I”m an amateur bartender in NZ and i would like to shift to Fukuoka prefecture and continue cocktail bartending there and take my skills and knowledge there and open a Kiwi Cocktail bar. any videos you could make would be amazingly appreciated. also feel free to comment on my Facebook profile

  130. ミカエラさん綺麗でびっくりしました(笑)



  131. はじめまして。





  132. Hi ミカエラ! 横浜に住んでるhigh school studentの18才です。youtubeであなたの動画を見てすごく感化されました 自分を最大限に表現しているところとか憧れました I respect you!

  133. いろいろ日本のことを紹介していただきありがとうございます。


  134. ネスレの動画、楽しいですね。

  135. ネスレの動画・・・楽しいですね。

  136. Dear Micaela, this is Elena (a Russian housewife) who had a pleasure to talk to you on Glen’s party last week. I did not realize you are studying music – this is fantastic! In addition to all your other talents I do hope it will take you wherevery you sish to go no matter what. Just pursue what you are aiming at, your wonderful sense of everything will surely help you out when you’ll need it so that you’ll really be able to enjoy yourself most of the time as a reward for your hard work so far. VERY BEST WISHES FOR THE COMING YEAR!
    Hope to see you one day again, and I’ll try to find time to check your videos.
    THank you!

  137. 数年前バンクーバーに移民した、しげです。

  138. 初めて、ミカエラさんのYoutubeを見てから
    アップロードいつも期待してます。 がんばって下さい。

  139. 東京で学生やってEnoと申します!




  140. Hi Micaela,
    I found you on Youtube when I was looking at videos about Japanese bread commented by other gaijins in Japan. By the way, Is okay to say gaijin? I don’t even know if I offend non-Japanese people who live in Japan by saying that… I am sorry if it is not ok. I myself live in New York since 2000. So I am a gaijin here.
    I just want to tell you how impressed I was with your Japanese skill. I know it is not easy to learn new language. Can you write Kanji as well? I can’t anymore. I seriously forgot most of Kanji! It is embarrassing… 😦
    I was born in Oita and lived in Fukuoka (near 博多駅) for about a year. I loved Fukuoka. I remember great food (miss ramen!) and warn hearted people. I tried to sound like 博多っ子and failed miserably. I lived there in 1997. I am sure things have changed a lot since I left. Yatai, Canal City, Tenjin and Nakasu… miss them!
    Anyways, I am your fan. I like what you do on YouTube, Facebook and your blog. I like hearing your opinions about Japanese culture very much although I found your videos to be bias. You like Japan a little too much? Maybe you are being nice on videos. Very funny and informative for sure though! Again I am your fan and will be looking forward to your updates!

  141. ich esse gern natto, du auch . wir sind natto mitglieder. bitte , kommst du yu mir un natto zusammenn essen. von der schweiz. liebe Grüsse. max.

  142. Hello! I’m a high school student in Gifu pregecture, and I’m going to graduate soon.

    I’ve been studying English since I was about six-years old. Though my English ability is not well enough to communicate all my thoughts, I want to continue improve myself, and I’ve decided to go and study in English-speakig world, succeed ,and finally marry a woman there (I am a boy, and NOT popular with girls in Japan(;_;)hahaha!)

    Do you mind if I send you a e-mail personally? Thank you for your reading !! See you!!(^-^)/

  143. ミカエラさんのyoutubeに投稿している動画をいつも、そして何回も観ています。

    I always watch Ms.Micaela’s movies.And many times. It is very interesting.
    It is natural things for Japanese ,but it is not easy for foreigners, and it is clear opposite possibility.
    Because I have been to Thailand and Taiwan, I understand you.
    By the way,
    I live in Fukuoka So, I may meet you.
    I want to surpport you .
    You are very very cute !

    I am not good at English .
    Thank u ! Ms. Micaela!

  144. はじめまして!東京で大学生をやっているヒロキと言います😋
    3週間というとても短い期間でしたが、カナダでは様々な文化の違いや経験をさせてもらいました( ^ω^ )

  145. はじめまして!!福岡に住んでいる大学生のマユです(^^)
    You tubeでミカエラさんのことを知りました!!!

  146. youtubeをいくつか拝見させていただいてます!
    もともと英語は数学の研究をしていたのでbroken English

  147. hi there. Enjoy your vids.My girlfriend is from Fukuoka and I am from Kamloops. She is very impressed with your Japanese!!!! We just left Fukuoka and I really liked the city.

  148. 毎年8月12日~15日のお盆の時期、徳島(四国)で阿波踊りがあります。ぜひ阿波踊りを見に来てください。せっかく日本にいるのに阿波踊りを見ないでいるのは「絶対に損です!」(笑)

    1. Tatsuya :

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  150. Hello Micaela!

    My name is Tony, I’m a Partner Manager at Fullscreen.net. I’d like to talk to you about your YouTube channel development as I’m a big fan of your content and see great potential!
    As a musician myself, I want to help my fellow music lovers grow and achieve their goals 🙂

    Please email me at tony@fullscreen.net, I’d love to tell you more about what we can offer you!

  151. Hi Micaela!

    I’m a Japanese guy who live in Yamanashi.
    I knew you through your you tube videos. I like them very much.
    This is the first time I visit your page (here) and leaving this.

    You are from Kamloops, B.C.!! I was in Prince George for few months
    long time ago before you were born. And while I was there I visited

    Back in Canada to go home, now? Enjoy early Spring in Canada!!

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  153. Hi Michaela !
    My name is Eva (a french housewife, so I’m sorry if I do some mistake in english) I’m living in Japan, between Osaka and Kobe, for 2 years.
    I just wanted to let you know that I’m following you for a while, but it is the first time I leave a comment, and I think your video are really interesting (and Kit is so cute !). Moreover, you speak so well Japanese, I hope my level will increase too (I used french with my husband and at work that’s why I say that.).
    Keep going on and have good time in Canada !
    See you !

  154. Hi Micaela, I got to know you were sponsored by JVC. I used to work for JVC and be in charge of American markets. I am looking forward to your updating on Youtube all the time.Though I am Japanese, I always find and learn something new about Japan through your eyes, from the Canadian point of view. But I never regard you as an alien. You understand and love my country well. We have no border 🙂 From the one of your fans.

  155. Hi Micaela!, Hows life treating you??
    Im very happy to mee you. I always want to have international friends!! Sorry, my name is Aya. I loved your japanese when i first watched your video!! Can i be your friend?? I hope so!! Lets keep in touch with emails down below.
    Take care!! Keep cool!!
    Bye for now!! 🙂

  156. Hi Micaela~! Do u remember me?! it`s me byung hun in kamloop

    crazy korean international student looool ~! I miss u so

    i find ur site. now i write my reply.

    im staying in my country to draw manga~ i will be manga list

    Do u live in kamloops or japan? I remembered u like japan culture and japan

    I thought u live in japan. If u still live in japan in 2013. I will travel to japan

    want to meet micaela ~ lol~!

    I miss u now ~! see u

  157. Hello Micaela, I watched 1 of your video’s “Jobs in Japan for students”. I plan to head over to Japan in the near future to explore the place and look into the countries popular culture’s and traditions. I hold a TESOL (Teach English to speakers of other Languages) certificate, finished school but did not attend a university. I am not fluent in the Japanese language but I do know enough to to get around, I know this because i stayed there for two weeks with my school 2 years ago =D.


    I am a 20 year old Male, hard working, pretty outgoing and possesses multiple talents. I believe i hold the resolve to soldier through any job, I’m also a professional when it comes to saving money. You said in the video that “If you have the balls to move to the other side of the world you’ll probably be capable of taking care of your self”. I know i am capable to taking care of myself well i hope i am…. also, i am pretty shit scared about living by myself for the first time in a completely different country, not knowing anyone or anything about the place.

    anyways i’ve got a ton of questions to ask, i’m not sure if your supposed to email me or something, cause i can’t find your email address.


    thanks for reading =D

  158. Hi Micaela

    My name is Yuki.
    Im a great fan of Seto san’s video clips at Youtube, and saw the one’s you’re hanging around with him at Tokyo and since then, I’ve been a great fan of your’s too!
    Im also living in Ho Chi Minh VN as “Gaijin” and your video clips cheers me up so much living hear.
    Looking forward to see your updating on Youtube.

  159. 美人な女性の英語のブログであるので英語の勉強のため必死で読もうという気になります。いつもいつも日本が好きというわけではなくて、時には嫌な思いをするときがあるかもしれませんが、どうか日本が好きなままいて下さい。

  160. Here is Taiwan, your news also posted here, you are doing a great job for JAPAN
    CULTURE, from your youtube, could not agree you more.

  161. Hello!

    Just wanted to say hello and I enjoy your blog. I have several experiences living foreign countries so it’s nice to see someone who are doing the same.
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    Thank you very much. I hope you have a good day and keep up the good work for your blog!


  162. Micaela,

    my name is Octavio R. Navarro, I have found your videos in Youtube, I would like to talk to you off-blog to exchange an idea, please contact me at the e-mail below.Thank you. Keep up the good work ( exceptional work !!!!)


  163. こんいちは、ミカエラーさん!お元気ですか?
    That would be all I could say right now in japanese, withought taking sometime to think about it 😛 I just wanted to say that what you do is amazing, and to keep at it! Your blog, your vlog, they are great to follow. I my self live in Canada, but far away from British Columbia, Montreal! You sould come to Montreal on one of your trip to Canada, or for work!
    Can’t wait for your next video or post! 🙂

  164. Just wanted to say thank you , and that iam just a fan , I live in the USA in Florida. I found your YouTube page and I know it’s cliché but i really love your videos , I am a such a big nerd when it comes to Japan stuff. I have learned a lot , laughed, cried lol and I just know your going to be great no matter what u do and just wanted to show my support hopefully iam not coming off werid or creepy or anything but everybody needs a little support now and then.

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