I decided that the only way I could really get across the beauty of Kyu Sakamoto’s “Sukiyaki” would be by translating the lyrics myself. I learned a lot.
I don’t think there’s anything that needs to be said here.
We don’t know the dog’s name, if it was a stray, or if its human knew where it was. All we know is it latched onto us and brightened our day.
She asked me the name of my new Spanish school, and I proudly responded.
I wasn’t expecting her face to drop.
You realise they’re meant to be… like…. killing each other… right?
Part of a ridiculous series of ads in Tokyo which played on the use of the tie as a status symbol in Japan?
Apparently even Fiji is not safe from weird messages on stationary.
Miyajima Island is famous for its delicous oysters, but today let’s look at an aspect of Miyajima that is sadly long-gone: the Japanese macaque.
Preeeetty sure that package contains neither of those two ingredients.
Please allow me to introduce you to an amusement park that is well past its use-by date but still manages to draw a modest crowd despite its inherent creepiness.