Yuuki Bando


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Yuuki was born and raised in Tokushima and speaks both English and Japanese with a cute Tokushima dialect.
Her cherished motorcycle is Bonneville T100 (Triumph) with pop colors – ivory and tangerine orange.
She is now experiencing the second visit the Shikoku eighty-eight temples as an “ohenro-san” (pilgrim), and she will do it maybe several more times!
Yuuki worked for a local wooden furniture maker for 7 years and was in charge of all operations in English, such as translation for communicating with foreign companies and designers, interpretation at meetings or exhibitions held in Milan (Italy), Kortrijk (Belgium), and Tokyo. And now she is supporting many companies and foreign designers (inside/outside of Japan) as an agent, helping their business go smoothly on a long-term basis.

Tour guide has also become one of business now, registered as a “National Government Licensed Guide Interpreter,” “Kagawa Setouchi Local Government Licensed Guide Interpreter”, and also a “Setouchi Islands’ Guide” for Setouchi Triennale Official Tour.


write up by Yuuki Bando

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2020.3.9 Gourmet Tokushima

Eat, drink, and sing!? Tours for foreign tourists who want to fully enjoy the nightlife in Tokushima have debuted! / Tokushima Barhopping Tours (Tokushima-shi, Tokushima)

“Tokushima Barhopping Tours” can be wonderful experience for foreign tourists who want to fully enjoy a night out in Tokushima! Taste a lot of Tokushima’s goodies!

2019.3.28 Gourmet Tokushima

This cafe owned by a peach farmer: by the tasty peaches, and for the tasty peaches./p-chyna cafe (Itano-cho, Itano-gun, Tokushima)

A cafe full of peach sweets! Make it a point not to miss the harvest season (July to mid-August) in order to have deserts with fresh peaches!

2018.10.5 Gift Tokushima

Hitch a ride on Naruto’s blue ocean at the “marine crafts” fancy goods store, where time goes by slowly. /ISLAND(Naruto-shi, Tokushima)

Let’s make memories and “marine crafts,” all with a beautiful ocean view, near the O-Naruto Bridge in Naruto, Tokushima.