Took this at Tokyo Dome City. There’s quite a number of Lupin collectibles available at this store. I like Lupin and his gang. Although my favorite anime is Castle of Cagliostro, my eyes always light up when Fujiko’s on screen. ^^.
I have a problem. Apple standard issue earphones never fit my left ear. It slides and totally ruins the listening experience. Do you have the same problem? In the past, I used those black cushiony things that wrapped around Apple standard issue earphones. Those really helped. Alas, I ran out of those black cushiony things.
Irritated that those earphones “no longer fit”, I went in search for one that did. And my search ended with this.
Beats by Dr. Dre. Tour.
Was a little late for the general ceremony in the main hall. The President of the University gave us all an inspiring commencement address before we were all sent to our respective graduation ceremonies.
Graduations for every school within the university are held on a single day in Japan. Back in UNSW where I did my bachelors, different schools held their graduations on different days. What is it like for you?
The Hub, a chain of British pubs in Japan, on Hiyoshi campus at Keio University. Very convenient for those times when you just need to down a Guinness, watch some sports and unwind away after spending hours in front of the computer… or if you’re even more hands-on, an experimental setup. The legal drinking age in Japan is 20. If you’re not yet 20, there’s always red bull. ^^.
Hub is not exactly the Roundhouse at my other Alma Mater, the University of New South Wales in Sydney, but it’s a good start!
Own the very best in food protection. Sometimes what every onigiri (Japanese rice ball…. I don’t know why it’s called a rice ball when it’s clearly triangular) needs is just a little care and hard-shelled-shock-resistant protection. ^^.
Reminds me of this old banana protection post.
Let’s take a little walk through Meiji Jingu (Shrine). Located right beside Harajuku station, Meiji Jingu (明治神宮) was constructed on November 1 and enshrines the souls of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shoken. If you’ve been to Tokyo, chances are you’ve been here. If not, this is a place you would like to visit.
While looking though my photo library from years gone by, I chanced upon this photo. Taken sometime between my first and second year in Japan. I got the powerbook before I came to Japan. Prior to Japan, I was quite the PC expert. I jumped ship because I wanted to try something new.
New country, new experiences, new personal computer.