Just your average home-cooked meal in Japan.
And it feels good. Continue reading
Everyone has their own way of celebrating. My elementary school principal wrote this on just about everything he could get his hands on.
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
The snow has fallen. Good sign that winter is here. Continue reading
This is a classroom stripped to the bones. Where are the desks!? Where is the life!? Sad. Can’t wait to see what it looks like in a month though.
A school undergoing changes. Continue reading
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.
We’re back to the cafeteria with more posters and more manners to follow! Continue reading
Ah, summer. How I miss thee!
Ever wondered what covers the walls of an elementary school cafeteria in Japan? Wonder no longer. Continue reading
Sometimes it’s worth reevaluating your life. Continue reading
Finally getting onto my feet.
The Final Entry Continue reading
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! Continue reading
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! Continue reading