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So. This is it. I'm about to start an 18 month period in Japan that will likely change my life. Or at the very least it will change my view on life. But before I provide this weblog with actual content, I feel I should begin with some form of expectation management towards you, the reader:
- I intend to use this weblog to write about my daily life in Japan and about the sightseeing trips that I will make. If ...
... Ginza, hanging with the expat crowd in Roppongi, chilling with the teens in Shibuya, having a big night out in Shinjuku, browsing for all things anime and manga in Akihabara, basking in the Old World ambiance of Asakusa ... there is something for absolutely everyone. Of course, perhaps Tokyo's most famous neighbourhood is Harajuku, which was raised into the consciousness of many a Westerner by Gwen Stefani when she went through her little Harajuku phase in 2004. ...
... Jus's memory on where buildings and facilities used to stand given that the school has changed completely and there are no original buildings remaining. As a parting gift, Mr Kagei gave Jus 2 school Titans baseball caps. I have a feeling he will keep them forever, I won't be allowed to throw those out when they're worn out. Our farewell was fairly emotional for Jus; Mr Kagei said that he's welcome back anytime, hopes that it won't be another 27 years then gave Jus a ...
... by the senior gyoji and two maku-uchi Rikishi wearing their Mawashi, one of them bearing a sword. Over his Kesho-mawashi the Yokozuna wore a massive braided white hemp rope weighing several kilos.
This was tied in a bow at the back and ornamented in the front with strips of paper hanging in zigzag patterns. This is a familiar religious symbol in Japan and was always hanging in Shinto shrines. The whole process was fascinating and ...
... s natural desires/traditions
The long road to recovery.