|I went on a little vacation|
Time to ramble for a bit.
About a month ago, I traveled to Japan. I remember being fascinated by the country as a kid, mainly because of all the talk about it in the videogame magazines I used to read. I went through a small and mild infatuation with anime and manga mostly as a preteen, but didn't retain anything other than a mild interest after that point.
Still, 'twas the land of vidyagames, and I went. Sort of.
I was on vacation with the family. We spent most of the time at Disneyland, not the most Japanese place in Tokyo, and only ended spending a few hours in Ueno Park one day and a little time in Akihabara on another. In Akihabara I just visited Yodobashi Camera and an arcade. Fairly interesting, but I skipped the Maid Cafes.
Anyway, here's Pokemon Go at Disneyland.
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|honestgamer - September 14, 2016 (11:11 PM)
That's awesome that you got to visit Japan! My wife and I hope to visit there someday soon. In the long term, I might even want to move there, but first I need to get my teaching degree... and learn Japanese. Two big hurdles, but I'm working on the first one already!
|Germ - September 15, 2016 (03:38 AM)
That's cool Jason! You can be an English teacher in Japan without knowing the language, one of the other foreign teachers I work with in Korea just moved from teaching there. All you need is a four year degree of any kind to teach, so I think if you actually had a teaching degree you'd find a job very easily. Of course, once you're there you can begin truly intensive study of the language if you're so inclined.
|pickhut - September 17, 2016 (04:24 AM)
Good on you for taking a vacation, and that's a cool looking latte! I've also thought about taking a vacation there some day, or at the very least take a trip back to Okinawa, for memory lane's sake. But, you know, finances and stuff.
|Germ - September 17, 2016 (05:05 AM)
You lived in Okinawa?
|pickhut - September 17, 2016 (07:16 AM)
As a young kid. My Dad was stationed there, and I was there up until 1997. Haven't been back since.