Here I am! I came back yesterday morning after spending 10 days in Tokyo! It was absolutely wonderful!!
I think I've nearly seen everything, I really tried to see everything I planned to and now I began professional in the art of using a subway without getting lost ^^
I have to say that in Japan everything is very well organized compared to Paris for example... =p
Here is the link of the online album! Don't forget the legends! ^^
Tokyo winter break!
And so now I'm back to Hirakata where I'm sharing an apartment with Alison until February.
I'm also in holidays until February so I'm gonna take care of some little things I have to get done (like changing my address on my gaijin card) before to start looking for a job.
Because even if I finally got extra scholarship which are gonna pay my rent for this semester I want to enjoy at maximum and so I'm planning a little trip around Asia for next semester and I'll need money for that!^^
I also want to use this break to do some things I wanted to do last semester but couldn't because of lack of time or money, like visiting Kayukan (the Osaka Aquarium) or the brand new Pokemon center...
I'll write the next article as soon as I have new things to tell you about!
2011 年 01 月 09 日
It's been a while! I'm finally on vacation from December 17 and until February (yes, February! XD).
So to give you some news, I moved on December 22 in what will be my apartment for next semester, although I share with Alison until 31 January when she will return to Australia. ^^
Also I went to see the illuminations in Kobe on December 11 with Valentina! It was beautiful but really exhausting to walk as long and with the crowd! Just a big blow to Japan! lol
On 15, we celebrated the anniversary of Mailaïka who is from Kenya and lived in the same dorm as me, it was really really nice .... And I really will miss everyone in my seminar house, it just makes me realize how much I made good friends from everywhere here!
Do not judge the pictures too, I think we all have a little too drunk that night! lol
On 18, we celebrated the end of the semester and also the departure of all those who are here only for one semester at the club BERONIKA Kyobashi (Osaka). It was a great night and I got to know Itsuro, who you will see on the pictures and do not speak any English, so I'm pretty proud to come to make friends with my level of Japanese, since I started four months ago I'm doing pretty good! ^^
Otherwise I hope you had a good Christmas, mine was pretty special! lol
Indeed Japan is not a Christmas family celebration (forget the tradition, we are not Christians here lol) but it is still popular as commercial event.
And so in Japan Christmas is a romantic holiday for couples or if you are not a couple with friends.
So I went that evening with Risa, one of my friends, eat at Sweet Paradise. As the name suggests is a paradise for dessert, we made a meal of different varieties of cake we got to eat! =P
Then we made Christmas purikura (the cutes pictures) ! It was pretty funny. And finally I had a "date" with Itsuro, who I met at BERONIKA and is just a friend. ^^
The day before I went to karaoke with Japanese friends and Alison , and finally after all these parties I caught a cold .... lol So on 25 I stayed at home.
Today I finally went to Nara with Yukino and Azusa, and Ellen and her friend Kayoko.
It was really super nice! The big Buddha is really impressive! And deer are just too adorable!
Malaïka's birthday 15/12/2010
BERONIKA club! 18/12/2010
Christmas night with Risa 24/12/2010
Some random pictures ^^
I know that it's a lot in one time, but some albums have only few pictures so please enjoy! ^^
2010年 12月 27日 10:30 PM
So here I am writing this article because November 27th I went with Jeff and Azusa to Arashiyama near Kyoto to see the changing color of autumn leaves, an event that is quite popular in Japan.
Finally this time I have a good excuse for the delay, I am in the midterm exams!
It's really tiring, but on the other side a few days more and I'm on HOLIDAYS! ^ ^
For a month! I go to Tokyo for 10 days, and I was invited to the ceremony for the majority (who is 20 years in Japan) on January 10. I'd go if I can surely get a kimono, as it is really super expensive I'll get help with my Japanese friends.
That's it for today.