ha! i love japan too..but never been there! one time, when i had the money, we did a thing right across the USA….east coast to west coast…ended up in seattle…said to the kids, lets go to japan..we aint far now…..and they both replied with sullied looks! so ..no….we didnt go! but…one day….
Shana Tova! I love your blog, and coincidentally we have two things in common… I’m Jewish & love Japanese culture.
And, on the off chance that you might be interested, here’s a link to my personal page: http://www.tbuck.us/
and, here is my Japanese sword conservancy page: http://www.tsukamaki.net/
Have a happy Rosh Hashana! ~Tom
I enjoy your blog, and it expands my horizons. I appreciate the effort that goes into it. I have nominated you for a Very Inspiring Blogger Award. The details are at http://thepoliblog.wordpress.com/, in the post named ‘A Blogging Award’ (January 10, 2013). Thanks for the wonderful blog!
I have no explanation for the missing Comment section on the Worst Food Names article other than this is the first time I started the article in the Quick Draft mode. When I write an article with the regular New Post way, it seems fine. Live and learn!
I’m all Italian. My husband is Danish, English, Norwegian and Dutch. My daughter is 15 and my son is 13. My daughter would like to be rich someday. My son just wants to be Italian. I wonder how you came to find such inspiration in all things Japanese? It’s a beautiful culture to love…
I have such wide range of interests (obsessions?) and I try to pack as many of them in this blog and my sister blog, VampyreFangs. Between the two blogs, I explore and share all the things that fascinate me and, sometimes, infuriate me. If you want, go over to VampyreFangs and see if there is anything there that interests you. Both blogs post wonderful, interesting and, at times, bizarre photos and blog topics. I hope you enjoy them.
I do not own any copyright to the photo(s) of the harvest moon. When writing that article, I did a Google image search for full moon and included some of those photos in the article. I don’t know who the photographer was for that photo but if you do a Google image search you might find out.