Accidentally found on Google; cannot find original source but will link to it if I do.
Note to self: Look for the yellow building with slit windows. Surugamachi 2? Goddamn Japanese street numbers.
There are a few tonkatsu chefs in Japan that I’ve seen test the temperature of frying oil with the edge of their thumbs, but I’ve never seen anything like this….
Twice a week, I teach a Japanese language class and a Japanese culture class to these students at Strisuksa School in Roi Et, the next town over. Last term I decided we should have a “kimono day” on the last day, so Nam came out to teach them how it’s done (she has a kimono cert from our time in Sumoto).
A Kujira Crown (slight model change from mine) is featured in a new Kansai Television show: Suteki na sentakushi
Coolest thing ever?
If anybody has this on Beta, I will pay…
Sunshowers are sometimes referred to as “the fox’s/foxes’ wedding” (plurality indeterminate) in Japan, or “kitsune no yomeiri.”
Today is the sunniest rainy day I’ve ever seen; it’s completely still and over a hundred degrees outside. It’s so hot, the rain leaves no mark on the pavement.
Wikipedia entry for kitsune no yomeiri.