Jamaipanese in Japan – Quick Update 2

Unbelievably its 4 days already since I landed in Japan. It is every bit as awesome as I thought it would be so far and there is still so much to see and do. So Wednesday evening I decided I wanted to take the plunge and go out by myself for the first time. I went to Yokohama and walked around the city and checked out the tallest building in Japan. I did get lost on the way to Yokohama as I took the train in the wrong direction, but that’s all part of the learning process. Wednesday was easily the most awesome day so far as I went to Akihabara! My Japanese friend Catz showed me around but I won’t go into details about the Akihabara trip yet but I am definitely going back!

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Today I am going to Nagoya and super excited about riding the bullet train!Thanks for reading and remember to follow me on twitter for updates @Jamaipanese and like my Facebook page! Short video embedded above and a couple photos below.


9 thoughts on “Jamaipanese in Japan – Quick Update 2

  1. Thank you for sharing your experanceses with us. I’m also A lover of Japan and it’s culture, and I’m also jamaican. I was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica. I’ve always been intrested in japan and it’s culture. I do plan to travel there in the next 2 years hopfully 1 year. Anyway. I love the pictures, and the fact your going all around japan. Hopfully something I’ll be able to do soon. Well keep the updates comming.

  2. That’s where your staying?

    The place below Gundam Cafe???

    We still need to see pics of swords, real samurai’s, fashion district, and any mountains with snow, etc, etc… giant robots at war… you know the drill. Back to work

  3. jus want to bless you up.. love the journey you are taking on.. still waiting to hear about the table tennis culture in japan and more about the different animes

  4. Getting lost in a foreign city alone and survived to tell the tale must be the best travel experience one can possibly have!

    Glad you are living your dream in Japan right this moment!

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