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  1. Sage Lute
    November 14th, 2013 05:07 AM
    Sage Lute
    Oh my goodness! \o/
  2. Esper
    November 13th, 2013 01:23 PM
    Ah, I've never really tried interacting with Japanese people online. I was lucky in that I went over already having had contact with other foreigners like me and they helped me out. I can understand it must not be that easy.
  3. Esper
    November 13th, 2013 11:35 AM
    It's great if you can visit with someone who's been there before or someone who knows the area or just some of the language (if you don't know any of it). That helps you get past some of the awkwardness you might have at first.
  4. Flushed
    November 12th, 2013 02:14 PM
    I'm doing alright. Not much going on. Yourself?
  5. Esper
    November 12th, 2013 11:51 AM
    Well, most of my time was spent in Hokkaido, which is cold. Depending on what time of year you go it's going to determine a bit of what you're able to do and how you enjoy your time. Winter time was great for going to an onsen (hot spring) because nothing warms you up and relaxes you like one of those. In general though, I guess I'd say that it's a pretty clean place. There are a lot of parks and greenery most places you go, and the food is pretty great wherever you are. Even going to the 7-11 is fun because the quality of the food is way, way higher than anything you'd ever see in an American 7-11 (probably anywhere else you might find one) and in general you're in a food-lover's paradise so long as you like fish. Cheap sushi there is as good or better than expensive sushi you find elsewhere. (Actual Japanese people may disagree, but they're used to much higher standards.) People are really polite and helpful, and as a tourist you may get some deals on things you buy if you go to certain stores like Don Quijote. I think it's a great place to shop in general, because there are (or ought to be) a lot of used media stores so you can get lots of music cheap (as long as it's not super new) and manga, and if you find the right stores you can get figurines or plushies or whatever else.

    The temples are pretty interesting. I got to go to Kyoto not that long ago and it's a pretty neat place, though I'm more of a big/modern city kind of person. Not that Kyoto isn't modern, because it is, they just have all those temples and things as well.

    woooo that was very tl;dr
  6. Esper
    November 12th, 2013 10:07 AM
    I'm a pretty big fan of electronic music, too. In particular Perfume and Capsule (who have the same guy writing the music) and my favorite band called Sakanaction. Oh, and if you like more traditional sounding stuff there is another group I know of called Rin' and they do a kind of blend of that and modern.

    I recommend it for everyone. It's a great place. I dunno. There are pages and pages I could say about it.
  7. Rezilia
    November 12th, 2013 09:18 AM
  8. Flushed
    November 12th, 2013 08:10 AM
    Thanks haha. It is pretty mesmerizing.
  9. Nakala Pri
    November 12th, 2013 01:49 AM
    Nakala Pri
    Sorry about that! Had to watch Red Dwarf part I with my family. :X
  10. Nakala Pri
    November 12th, 2013 01:04 AM
    Nakala Pri
    Yeah, it's kewl! :D

    Oh, I'm home-schooled, which rocks, since I don't have nits, ticks, diseases and I don't have vomit in my hair or my head down a toilet. xD

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    I love Pokemon and Digimon.
    My favorite band is Twenty one pilots, yet I'm a metalhead.
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