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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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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Anyone ever got cash from SEED when this screen happened? Timing.
Sometimes I wonder.
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Pretty action-packed scarf if you ask me.
This is probably the most timely review I’ve ever done!
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I think the caption is self-explanatory.