This is so good.
You should try it ... I do recommend it.
May be not in the summer but fall or winter.
I think my parents are okay.
If you are in Japan, please let me know how it was.
Typhoon i coming ... It is raining now.
One day while walking around Shinjuku, a major hub for government and business in Tokyo, Japan, I noticed a shelter built by a homeless man. It looked semi-permanent, but more importantly, had solar panels on it. I thought this was very different than the homeless I encountered in my former city of Vancouver, Canada, so I started to investigate homelessness in Japan.
I was lucky enough to interview Professor Tom Gill, who has researched homelessness and other societal issues in Japan for many years.
This is part 1 of a series of videos I'm making about the homeless in Japan. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave in the comments. Thanks for watching.
VIEW PART 2 https://youtu.be/-9RgkZebW1s
VIEW PART 3 https://youtu.be/kBPyN3LE65g
There always are taxis.
Ton 豚 means pork.
Katsu カツ means cutlet.
Kotsu 骨 menas Bone.
The picture you see is Tonakatsu とんかつ
Tonkotsu is a type of broth (soup) created by pork bone. Tonkotsu Ramen.
For that I really want to go to Japan.
Message to people in Japan.
I heard it is super hot in Japan. Please take care of yourself.
We hope everyone in Japan is safe.
We are very sorry to hear over 100 people has perished.
I did not understand what people wanted last year because i was not involved in it, but this year, I think I understand what people would buy. I will communicate with people in Japan to line up the products for US market.
We just finished the first day, please come vist us tomorrow.
Things that are made in Japan back in 80s' were very well made and are MADE IN JAPAN. That means something ... a lot to me.
This is what I brought back last time.
Can you tell what they are?
Please reply to this blog. It's Okay to self promote yourself.
Japan lost to Belgium ... Zannnenndeshita. ざんねんでした。
Japan did well ... よく頑張った。
This is a great story of a ramen shop in the middle of the field.
I saw this on NHK WORLD.