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04-08-2008, 01:52 PM

I found Japanese kitchen awesome. Can't compare McDonald to it.
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04-08-2008, 03:08 PM

Thanks for explaining it guys I have a friend who is a big fan of anime so maybe I could persuade her to go to Japan with me sometime...and I have a friend who went to Japan in February and she said it was awesome. I wanna have the same experiences she did...visiting shrines in Kyoto, dancing with drunk Japanese men in nightclubs...
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04-09-2008, 12:59 PM

clairebear,

you really should, as far as convincing your friend goes, you don't need to, just show her pictures from different forum and pictures from harajuku and akiba (do a image search on devilfinder.com or google image) and you are done

You will LOVE Japan.. I almost cry every year when i had to board my flight to leave Narita :'(
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04-09-2008, 09:43 PM

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Just wondering how many people have actually been or live in japan? seems most of the people on these forums are either going or haven't been to japan?
I stopped at Japan for 2 days with my family during one of our travels.
We got around with very basic Japanese... It was an adventure.
Though, I have to admit, I was quite naive at the time, and wasn't able to fully appreciate the experience.

My step-father is a martial artist (Japanese Martial Arts). And, naturally, I am learning from him... Which has since strengthened my interest and understanding of the Japanese people and culture.

Like the many others here, I plan on returning someday.

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04-09-2008, 09:44 PM

I havent gone. Me = Sad


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My step-father is a martial artist (Japanese Martial Arts). And, naturally, I am learning from him... Which has since strengthened my interest and understanding of the Japanese people and culture.
Nice, what practice and style are you into? I always want to enter a tournament in Okinawa, but i need to polish my skill first
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Nice, what practice and style are you into? I always want to enter a tournament in Okinawa, but i need to polish my skill first
Ninjutsu..
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04-10-2008, 12:08 AM

i would want to go
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Ninjutsu..
Ah, nice, you get the best of all world, grappling, striking, weapons....

anyone planning a long trip to japan sometime this year?
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04-18-2008, 01:13 PM

I havent been. My family rarely goes on holiday, and I'm too young to go on my own or with friends. :/

Hopefully I'll get a chance to visit when I'm older. I dont know how I'll survive without knowing Japanese though...
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