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Tastes of Japan

Japanese food is famous worldwide. In fact, it is listed as one of the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Treasures: teishoku meals are probably what most people think of when Japanese cuisine is mentioned, but other types of food such as sushi or ramen have been welcomed around the world. 1,201 more words


July 28, 2005 - Repaying a shift swap

I got the day off to repay working a shift swap. Laziness ensued.

Life In Japan

July 27, 2005 - RIP Bass Wolf

Yesterday I got all excited about discovering Guitar Wolf, a louder Japanese version of the Ramones. Today I found out that Bass Wolf died in March this year. 44 more words

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Passing the FUCK out. Random Moments in Japan

Friday I had a job interview in Shinjuku and got lost I had to ask these old dudes wearing green vests for directions when the building was right behind me. 464 more words


Japan and Consumerism

Over the past decade, Japan has increasingly become more and more Capitalistic America. for better or for worse.

well at least from my observation, I’ve lived here for over a decade now and there’s all these weird little eerie similarities of AMURICA shining through the imperialistic flag of Japan. 441 more words


Swedes and J GIrls (facebook edition)

Facebook can be such a saddddd place.

My definition of sad in this post is “pathetic” to be nice…in other words “fucking retarded” and um oh “get a fucking life.” but then you realize this is them…doing exactly that. 919 more words


One Year Japanniversary!

Today officially marks one year since I arrived in Japan! I cannot believe how quickly time has flown by when I really think about it. I can still clearly remember that feeling of excitement and anticipation when I first arrived in Japan, along with that irrepressible heat and humidity… … 230 more words