Transportation in Japan – commuting to work by bicycle

Colleen bought a bicycle after arriving in Tokushima, Japan where she teaches English to Japanese children and adults. She named her bike Jiyuu which is the Japanese word for freedom. She uses Jiyuu to commute to the school, explore her new world, and join friends.

Being a Colorado native, Colleen has ridden many miles on a bicycle. She began as a young girl riding with her brother and Dad all through the streets of the neighborhood and beyond!

Thinsulate insulated Cherry Blossomes Kup Kollar on drink bottle.

Thinsulate insulated Cherry Blossomes Kup Kollar on drink bottle.

Colleen reporting from Japan,

“More Travelin' Kup Kollar escapades! I usually buy a cold canned coffee from the vending machine next to my apartment (or the one down the street... or the one opposite that one down the street -- vending machines are like bunnies in Japan!) before starting my evening classes. My Kup Kollar keeps it cold -- and the contents of my bag dry -- on my bike ride to work. Hooray!!”

 

Transportation in Japan Post 3 of 3

Post 1. Vie de France bakery in train stations

Post 2. Seattle’s Best Coffee in bus station