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Comments on: Nippon! http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13 A former sailor returning to life as a free man Sat, 18 Nov 2017 08:37:54 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.6.2 By: Nat http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-5 Nat Fri, 17 Oct 2008 23:06:39 +0000 http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-5 I got impatient and approved my own comment! I got impatient and approved my own comment!

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By: Nat http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-4 Nat Fri, 17 Oct 2008 03:40:08 +0000 http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-4 You should probably turn off comment moderation. :o) You should probably turn off comment moderation. :o)

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By: Nat http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-3 Nat Thu, 16 Oct 2008 23:45:42 +0000 http://jotakami.beforebreakfast.net/?p=13#comment-3 Wow man, that sounds pretty epic. Misadventures like the one you had on the way to the stadium, too, remind me a lot of the sort of crazy misadventures I've had in Japan, both with Dori and by myself. For example, one night Dori and I were coming home on the last train of the night from Tokyo to Yokohama, and we ended up having to walk to Igor's apartment from a station that we weren't accustomed to leaving from. We were pretty confident that we more or less knew the way, but after walking for an hour and a half in the wee hours of the Japanese morning, we weren't so sure. Eventually, we saw some people stopping their car to drop a girl off at her house, and we asked them for directions- and they told us our destination was RIDICULOUSLY far away from where we were, so they told us to get in and drove us to Igor's. It was great. So in conclusion, traveling around in Japan can be really confusing, even if you think you know what you're doing. But it's made all the more bearable because of the natural kindness and helpfulness of the majority of 日本人. Wow man, that sounds pretty epic. Misadventures like the one you had on the way to the stadium, too, remind me a lot of the sort of crazy misadventures I’ve had in Japan, both with Dori and by myself.

For example, one night Dori and I were coming home on the last train of the night from Tokyo to Yokohama, and we ended up having to walk to Igor’s apartment from a station that we weren’t accustomed to leaving from. We were pretty confident that we more or less knew the way, but after walking for an hour and a half in the wee hours of the Japanese morning, we weren’t so sure. Eventually, we saw some people stopping their car to drop a girl off at her house, and we asked them for directions- and they told us our destination was RIDICULOUSLY far away from where we were, so they told us to get in and drove us to Igor’s. It was great.

So in conclusion, traveling around in Japan can be really confusing, even if you think you know what you’re doing. But it’s made all the more bearable because of the natural kindness and helpfulness of the majority of 日本人.

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