This thread is for the discussion of the language, culture, travel, daily life, etc. of Japan.
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Don't break my dreams. I want to go to Japan and to find a beautiful girl, like girl in anime. For example Misaka, she is beautiful.
Do you prefer someone more... strange?
Australia is a Western country located in Oceania. It is trying to 'become Asian' to become close with its major trade partners (#1 China, #2 Japan).
Australia is part of Asia in football because it makes it more likely that the team will make the World Cup. If Australia was part of Oceania it would have to play against a team from South America (as we did in 2005)
>tfw your animes catch you masturbating to them
I'm actually staying at my dad's house in Maryborough right now before uni goes back. If I was in town I'd probably say yes.
Where is a good Japanese restaurant anyway?
Seriously, there's Chinese food on every corner of every suburb but few Japanese restaurants around (excluding sushi and ramen stores). I don't eat at restaurants often and my friends hate Japanese food ("b-b-but raw fish!") so I never try any places out.
I heard about an okonomiyaki place in Carlton which I'm interested in, last time I ate okonomiyaki was in Hiroshima.
>Tfw they mention on 2d news that political supporters of your favorite candidate faps to Japanese 3d porn
I'll be studying abroad in Japan soon. What would be a good gift for a host family?
I think I'll be staying with just one family. It's an old couple, the husband and wife are about 70. Their daughter, who is 40, lives with them too.
I have a large budget, but I'm not sure if buying something super expensive would be appropriate.
>Their daughter, who is 40, lives with them too
Impressive. I thought I was hanging on a bit long at 27.
Forgot pic. Also, 「本当は」is the song I had in mind.
Well, sports and commerce are pretty much a given since you're physically in Oceania. But other than that, what would you say makes Australia more than just a Western country incidentally located in that corner of the world?
Is Australian English starting to borrow words or expressions from Asian languages? Are Australians drifting towards Asian values or philosophies? Is there an appreciable rate of intermarriage between Western and Asian stock? Does Australia's position in regional affairs diverge significantly from Western interests in the region?
Maybe I should buy currypan instead of andonatsu
I don't have a girlfriend. I don't need the approval or sexual gratification of another being. My intellect satisfies me more than any girl or orgasm could.
When I was a kid, my parents taught me it was not nice to point at someone and laugh at him.
It seems like girls today are allowed to do so, or it's even considered to be cute to do so.
Well I've never been to Perth, but I hear it's smaller a city and has fewer immigrants.
The last time I went to Sydney was in 2012. Being a big city it has plenty of migrants, but not as many Chinese as Melbourne. In Sydney you are more likely to have a white cab driver, and their immigrants are mainly from Russia, Lebanon, and the Middle East.
Melbourne is particularly known for its NYC-like multiculturalism. We have a lot of Chinese and Vietnamese immigrants, and rich Chinese investors buying up real estate is a huge issue here. If you get a taxi, the driver will be Indian (which is why Uber is really popular here) If you go into the city and walk around, I would estimate that 60% of the people you see on the street to be Asian. Box Hill and Springvale are suburbs with very high populations of Chinese and Vietnamese people. Take a look around the main area of Box Hill - remove spaces because of the fucktarded spam filter:
>60% of the people you see on the street to be Asian
What's the average house price in Tokyo prefecture? Or apartment price, whichever is more relevant. Just the average price to buy it outright.
In Melbourne, where suburbs dominate, the average house price is $650,000, or ￥54,067,676.
I'm planning out my weekend.
Don't get me started!
This is my first time in this thread, so you might be confusing me with someone else.
my friends see you all in korea
time to end this gooky fetish
Is anyone in this thread familiar with her?