This thread is for the discussion of the language, culture, travel, daily life, etc. of Japan.
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Gick å handla brö ju
Handlade en dansk också
Bokstavligen mitt ansikte just nu
>tfw no qt post-soviet kazakhstani gf, with coal-black hair and eyes that have seen too much for one lifetime
By the way how much would it cost to take the Chūō line all the way from Shinjuku to Nagano? I think it would make for a cool trip
This girl is from Iran but has coal-black hair and eyes.
She lost all of her 13 other family members when she was 4.
My life isn't anime. It's interracial gay porn.
>Room is 30 degrees warm
>Bed is all made up
Time to comfy of up to the max and go to sleep
Do Japanese people (girls) like cute things?
Is kawaii a meme?
In Japan generally speaking, it's said sausages are not good for eating everyday because of too much salt in it.
If Germans eat potatoes only once a week, what else they can take carbos? Rye breads?
I hope you sleep sweetly and wake up with energy instead of listlessness.
Rye bread is popular in Japan recently, because we think it's more healthy than normal white bread. And also genmai bread (bread made of brown rice) are popular.
>like it's going out of style.
does it mean '' not good style'' ?
People here mostly just eat wheat breads, either white or wholemeal. Rye bread isn't really too popular here, it doesn't appeal to a lot of people
>does it mean '' not good style'' ?
it just means they're eating so much of it, you'd think they were trying to use it all up before it goes out of fashion.
Here, have the full image
>what the fuck!
>recently I can't find out any hotel room after drinking.
>I used to stay hotel when I drunk late at night, because it's cheaper than using taxi to get my house.
>Too many tourists to find hotel room without reservation in Tokyo area now, it's really inconvenient for normal businessman.
>what the fuck!
English cuisine is the best in the world, I'm afraid you've fallen for centuries-old French memes
Which is really popular for everything in Japan, such as wholemeal noodles, wholemeal pasta, bread...
English bread and French bread are my favorites. thanks for explain.
>Can't get kawaii Japanese girls on interpals because even those who do asnwer can hardly communicate
Sould I move to guys or what
I used to live in Tokyo for two years, at the moment I'm back in the states and I'm going to move back for a short time.
But before that I'm going to spend two years in Thailand with my Japanese fiance building up our business. Here's the issue, we both dislike Tokyo but deep down inside I have this feeling that if I don't start up my business in Tokyo it may not get the exposure I want. Though we both prefer people from Kansai [she's from Hiroshima] and we also enjoy Kansai in general.
Seems like I'll be moving to Kansai, but anyone living in Kansai at the moment? I have never lived there, I just spent a lot of time there. All my experiences of actually living in Japan [ 3 years or so in total] have been in Yokohama and Tokyo.... but god damn fuck Tokyo and its lifestyle lol
>H- how do you always know
Because I know I wrote contradiction thing. And usually British loves joking around itt.
>not speaking English in real life
I didn't say I can't speak English, but it's tiresome.
I used to like Tokyo, currently we live in 大田区 ...I just can't bare Tokyo life anymore. I feel like most people are cold and not friendly. I really look forward to living in Kansai someday...
In my opinion and based off my experiences, I feel like Tokyo is to superficial. People tend to fake their emotions and so easily noticeable.
On top of that it seems like people have to live by this blueprint lifestyle because everyone else is doing it, wake up, get crammed in the train, look miserable , work long hours, go home by 10pm and hope for the weekend to get drunk.
Tokyo to me is a great place to visit but I don't see myself living there anymore.
Yes very true, but people look more depressed in Tokyo than other places.
Personally I prefer Hiroshima and Akita. Perhaps I'm just a 田舎 type of a guy. Either way I don't see us living in Tokyo anymore or Kantou for that matter.
Ke, what can you understand living in Tokyo only 2 years? I know many gaijins like you, and most of them end up to be failed because they always think their problems come from other person, not themselves.
Anyway dialog is over, I hate you. Please never come to Tokyo again. We are cold people according to your opinion.
Hate is a strong word my friend, everyone is different, I hope you can find your peace.
I simply spoke my mind as you should as well, but it seems like you're a bit moody today. Perhaps you should do what people like yourself in Japan do best, drink until you forget your problems.
I don't hate you, I love you.
And you telling me constantly that you hate me goes to prove my point lol.
I know the usage of HATE, and as I mentioned to you, I hate you, because I really hate gaijin like you. If you say you dislike Tokyo because Tokyo is not safe or inconvenient, that would be I could understand.
But the reason you wrote '' I dislike Tokyo, because people are cold'' which sounds really stupid. Here is really a big city, capital of Japan. What did you expect? It's normal people living in a big city are generally not to care about other people very much, but having lots of energy. If you were treated cold by Tokyo people, I'm sure it's because of your personality. You ARE stupid and very rude.
I had a good day until I read your post, tho.
>It's normal people living in a big city are generally not to care about other people very much
you know you are actually saying it's normal for people to be cold towards other people?