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Hisashiburi! 久しぶり!

January 22, 2011

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Hisashiburi literally means “long time, no see”. You say it to a person when you haven’t seen them in a long time or simply use it when you haven’t done something in a while.  Sorry for the long, long, long wait. I’ve been extra busy with work and social activities! That’s good, right? Ii desho? […]

Hooters of Japan

October 28, 2010

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When first stepping out of the Akasakamitsuke subway station, my husband and I spotted Hooters right across the street, the orange “HOOTERS” glowing at the Tokyo Plaza. The area was really nice and classy feeling. We had never been to this area before, but the Hooters definitely drew us in. I think I might go […]

Octoberfest in Yokohama, Japan

October 19, 2010

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I have never been to an Octoberfest in any part of the world before. My first time to attend was the last two hours of the last day of the one here in Yokohama. I wish I could have been able to experience it more, because what I did see, I enjoyed. The entrance fee […]

Harajuku (原宿)

October 12, 2010

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Harajuku is a paradise of fashion and diversity. The people you see in costumes? Some of those aren’t simply costumes. To me, those people have created a fashion that comes to life. Cute lolita girls! There are always plenty of these in Harajuku. It’s rare that you can get a photo like this of them. […]