Does this mean you're taking a trip to Japan or are you moving there long-term? Whatever the answer, have a great time and enjoy the geiko in autumn!
I think the term for that is not "tourist", but "junkie".WV: tkyiohk.The word tkyiohk is a little like EI-EI-OH only for Japan junkies. The 'k' at the end is for humor. It's pronounced: Toh-kee-(slight pause) eOHk (like a donkey would say it).
Hi Melissa. It's Chris. We met twice, briefly, in Kyoto (Kitano Odori & Miyako Odori). When I finally get around to contacting you, you're back in Japan! Are you able to reply to this comment? Hope to be able to reach you someday. Take care.
If you pop around Kanazawa i will be glad to show you around and have a nice chat about photography.
Hey Melissa,It's Jen Blanco! What's up? That is awesome that you are going back to Japan! Where will you be going in Japan? Will you go back to Ena? You can eat deliciousl gohei-mochi! What have you been up to lately? Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org)!!!!Talk to you soon!Jen
Hi Melissa, This is Kyoko Kohno in Akechi-cho, Ena. Do you remember me? We met on the flight on your way back and my way to USA. You have already been in Japan again. Are you going to come to Ena?Have a nice autumn trip in Japan!
what?? back so soon? you just can't stay away, can u...lol so I met this girl Keiko on saturday in my english convo club. She is from Kyoto so I told her we have to go get yakinikku sometime. yaaay! new Nihonjin friends in NYC!!Lindz
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