Back In Japan

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Just your average home-cooked meal in Japan.

日本に戻った

And it feels good. Continue reading

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New Years in Japan

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Everyone has their own way of celebrating. My elementary school principal wrote this on just about everything he could get his hands on.

日本のお正月

Just to get it out of the way: あけおめ!今年もよろしくお願いします Continue reading

A Look Into A Small Japanese Town (Part 2)

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I decided to put this poster here so that I wouldn’t have to type it all out. Yeah, I’m lazy. But I’m also nice! You don’t have to travel all the way here to see it! Man, I’m swell.

日本の小さな町の詳しい検査(2)

We’re back to the cafeteria with more posters and more manners to follow! Continue reading

A Look Into A Small Japanese Town (Part 1)

Ah, summer. How I miss thee!

Ah, summer. How I miss thee!

日本の小さな町の詳しい検査(1)

小学校の食堂

Ever wondered what covers the walls of an elementary school cafeteria in Japan? Wonder no longer. Continue reading

Journal Entry: August 20, 2013

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?

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?

2013年8月20日の日記

A week haitus, brought to you in one day’s time! Continue reading

Journal Entry: August 11 and August 12, 2013

You wanna go to my town by bus? Well, there's 5 options for ya!

You wanna go to my town by bus? Well, there’s 5 options for ya! Only 3 if it’s a weekend.

2013年8月11・12日の日記

Two for the price of one! Get them while they’re a year old! Continue reading