Nice Things I Brought Back from Japan #1: 「おばあちゃんの料理・我が娘に贈る」(roughly translated: “Grandma’s cooking, a gift for my daughter.”)
It’s a recipe book, but I don’t think I’ll be able to use it anytime soon, there’s too much I can’t read yet. I love cooking, and I love Japanese food, though. So just another reason to 頑張る💪！勉強しましょう〜^_^
Just finished a short comic inspired by recent Japan adventures. I
brought a lot of wonderful things home with me. Being Nikkei and
visiting Japan is weird. You’re a tourist but bits of it are also your
heritage. I’ve got a lot of exploring to work out exactly what that means for me.
I finished my last exam of the semester yesterday ^.^ I’m so happy I’m finally free. Well, until September. I only have 1 more semester and then I can graduate, finally.
Over the summer I need to:
- work a lot, so i can save up some money.
- sell (through eBay? and a garage sale) just about everything I can that I don’t want to take to Japan with me, including most of my fan merchandise. I have a lot of stuff from pokemon, animal crossing, video games I don’t play anymore, and just general cool stuff I brought back from Japan. If anyone is interested in any of that, send me an ask.
- really focus on my self improvement over the summer. thankfully I get quite a lot of exercise from work, but I also want to improve the way I eat.
- study lots and lots of Japanese so I can prepare myself for when I graduate and move back to Japan to work there. I also need to continue doing research for how to get a work visa, and how to get a job that isn’t teaching English, and I really want to research dress codes too. I’ll post whatever I find out, because I know there are other people here who are interested in this information as well.