Apparently old Japanese houses are often built like this, with wooden posts on top of rocks. But that all changed when concrete came around.
There will always be something that changes.
The snow has fallen. Good sign that winter is here.
ɡreɪt/ 1. of an extent, amount, or intensity considerably above average. 2. this picture I drew when I was ten.
Once someone does more than you, that’s proof that you could never be as great as them, right?
Nobody can even go here yet. That’s a problem.
I’m not getting married yet. Just letting some kids play a game. Doesn’t mean I’m not nervous.
This post is going to be pretty dirty. ごめんね
If you haven’t experienced a problem with trash sorting in Japan… I’m not going to finish that sentence. There’s no reality where that’s possible.
One year. Quite a few memories.
Time flies when you’re having fun. 🙂
When I first came to Japan, everyone was all “ここのくうきがおいしいですね”. What? My town is famous for cookies!? Ah, くうき, not クッキー. くうき means “air”. Delicious air. Go to a mountain town and tell everyone “自然いっぱいで空気が美味しいですね” and they’ll love you.
I’m pretty good at controlling my habits. But one thing always slips through the cracks.
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Finally getting onto my feet.
The Final Entry
One of the many cultural activities that took place during Miyagi Orientation. This little guy was made with the ingredients for Miso soup. Who says playing with your food is improper?
A week haitus, brought to you in one day’s time!
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You wanna go to my town by bus? Well, there’s 5 options for ya! Only 3 if it’s a weekend.
Two for the price of one! Get them while they’re a year old!
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