Living in Japan!

Hey guys!

Sorry again for the lack of postage, this time I’ve actually been busy in Japan. I mean it! Haha. I’ve been here since March 27th. I know a lot of people have asked me to update about how I’m doing here/ what I’m doing here etc, but the truth is that I already have a couple mediums for doing that already, including a full blog about it.

If you’re interested in seeing what I’ve been up to in Japan you can find my blog here:

http://www.tokyodriftorbust.wordpress.com

I’ve only posted about 6 or 7 posts so far (but beware! Not for the tl;dr crowd but I promise it’s interesting! Also PICTURES ^^) so it’s easy to start reading from the beginning.

In the meantime I’ll post some photos here showing a summary of my life in Japan so far.

Thanks loyal readers of TRT.

Until next time!

-Misu

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16 responses to “Living in Japan!

  1. Hey man, congratulation on making it to Japan. It would be lovely if you also share your experience in this blog or making video about events there. I’m sure other readers would appreciate that. Not that I’m putting you into pressure though, but I would like to also read such post. I will link your blog on this blog so the others could click it right away. Again, congratulation.

      • Wow great. I’ll be looking forward. You know I’ve been itching to get my hands on an original seifuku. Is there any way you could do me a favor on that? If it’s not much to ask.

  2. Dude, I mean no disrespect or offense with this question but…whats up with the giant ****?

      • I censor myself because I have a ton of respect for your website as a person who simply comments.

      • Interesting…I only thought they had those during hell-week at my friends frat :P

      • Actually, in all seriousness, I am planning on going and enrolling in a college in Japan within three years, is there anything I should know, me being an American?

      • No worries, I was born and raised in America too haha. Not knowing the language isn’t really a problem, but that’s also because I was easily immersed with a study abroad program. Just moving there and trying to enroll in a college on your own will be much more difficult (but I have met people here that did that!) It all depends on how long you’d want to stay, I suppose. I would reccomend looking into a study abroad program rather than just moving here. You get to test the waters AND there’s tons of financial aid available. Hope this helped! ^^

  3. So you’ve finally made it to Japan? I’ll definitely be reading your blog from now on; so far it looks like you’ve had a blast! I will admit I’m a bit jealous!

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