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Things getting clearer the second time around

A few weeks ago I recognized that it has been one year since I have been living in Japan. I am amazed at how fast the time has flown by. What has been even more surprising in the weeks since is the repetition of many...

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Learn Kanji over time to level-up your Japanese

Kanji are characters adopted from Chinese for writing Japanese. Together with Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana make up the Japanese writing system. In the beginning its really difficult to wrap your head around such a system especially coming from the western alphabet, however in time it...

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Final Fantasy XV – revamped but with problems

So I picked up a shiny new copy of Final Fantasy XV for the PS4 late last year. My first launch day video game purchase in a very very very long time. This game was in development for a lets just say “a while” and...

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Hello Tokyo by Christoph Gelep

Amazing video shot and edited by Christoph Gelep during a 5 day trip to Tokyo. Such awesome videography covering a massive metropolis in an interesting and captivating way. I can take great inspiration from this. Source – Vimeo

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JET Programme Video Contest – “THIS IS JAPAN”

I recently surfed into an interesting competition. The JET Programme Video Contest with has the following objectives: Promote efforts to revitalise local communities through the utilisation of the JET Programme Communicate the JET Programme’s activities to the world I am now aware that a Jamaica participating...

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Nobunaga’s Ambition Sphere Of Influence

I love me some video games, but college life continues to team up with my full-time job to attack my free time. Over the last few weeks though I have been managing to sneak in some gaming time and the main title I have been...

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Kyoto Japan – Hyper Motion by Osamu Hasegawa

Videos like these make me want to jump on the next plane headed to Japan! I wonder if I’ll ever be able to create epic Japan-related videos like this in the future. Excellent job Osamu Hasegawa! A showcase of traditional streets, temples and shrines in Kyoto,...

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Speed Drawing Gatchaman with Masami Suda

Long time veteran of the anime/manga industry in Japan Masami Suda was the special guest and a big attraction at Anime Nation 2014. He signed autographs, participated in lengthy question and answer session, critiqued the artwork of local artists. He also drew a character from...

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