About Me

Hello virtual friend,

Thank you for dropping by. (^_^)

I am currently a stay at home mom.

Moved to Hong Kong in 2017 and become a housewife (after working for 12 years in Singapore in marketing & business intelligence).

Recently, posts would be about cooking, baby (product review and finding schools), and in search of authentic Japanese & European food in Hong Kong.

I was born in Indonesia moved to Singapore with my elder sister when I was 5. She moved to Netherlands 15 years ago. You can follow her blog (I Becoming Dutch) to know more about Netherlands.

I speak 5 languages but great at none; English, Mandarin Chinese, Hokkien, Japanese & Bahasa Indonesia. What is my first language? I would say English. Why? Most of my dreams are in English. Sometimes Mandarin Chinese or Hokkien.

Gadgets I use for blog:
1. Panasonic DMC-GF2 (14mm) from Feb 2011
2. iPhone 6 Plus from May 2015
3. GoPro Hero4 Session from Feb 2016
4. Canon G7X Mark II from Jun 2016
5. iPhone X from Dec 2017
6. Panasonic GX8 April 2019
7. Canon G7X Mark II from Feb 2020

Editing tools:
1. iMac 21.5″
2. PhotoScape X

Drop me a link to your blog, I would love to visit.

Follow me on
Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/jessica.tamaki.travels/
Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/jessicatamaki/
Twitter – http://twitter.com/jessicatamaki

Email me @ tamaki.jessica@gmail.com.


  1. jS

    Hi Jessica Tamaki,

    I couldn’t find a contact page but this comment section…

    I’m jS from tomucho.com/

    I found your blog just right now…Very interesting with amazing quality pictures

    This week I am trying to publish one article about Foreigners experiences wearing Kimonos.

    Definitely I will include your experience, specially your statement:

    “I am very impressed with the Japanese service and the professionalism. They took time to provide the best option
    for me. With additional top-up of JPY 1,500, they will style your hair. The lady was fast & good. She went an extra
    mile to get a nice hair piece for me to match my Kimono. Such hospitality only in Japan.

    A Chinese kid mistook my Kimono as a wedding Kimono. Complimented that the “bride” is pretty. I was flattered.”

    Would it be possible to share some of your images wearing the Kimono in my article?
    Obviously I will include your article links, one from the pics and another in the content

    By the way you are from the Indonesia right?

    I hope this email reach you before I publish!…



    Liked by 1 person

    1. Jessica Tamaki

      Hi JS,

      Sure. Please feel free to use my pictures.

      I was born in Indonesia but residing in Singapore for past 26 years.

      I just saw your blog. You are so fluent in Japanese. That’s awesome.

      Take care,

      Liked by 1 person

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