Yukari Mitsuhashi is a freelance writer and the founder of technology blog TechDoll.jp. After working for an IT startup, she went on to co-author several books, such as Sanseido's "Dictionary of ICT Words." She also supervised the Japanese subtitles and dubbing of Aaron Sorkin's hit film "The Social Network." Since moving to Los Angeles, Yukari writes about Japanese culture for the Huffington Post and the BBC. In 2018 she published a book in the UK which was then translated into several languages, and she is the host of the podcast "HearMama," showcasing stories of parenting while living overseas.