October 08, 2006

Weekend in Shizuoka

Weekend in Shizuoka

Kai always sleeps in the car!


At 9:16 PM, Anonymous Tori said...

Hi James,

I'm a staff member at Nipponster.com and I'm emailing you because we're interested in helping Japan-related websites like yours (as part of our mission to organize and enhance the Japan-related content available online).

We'd like to work with you to help promote and enhance your site. We have tools and are developing tools to help you (some of which are listed below). All free of charge. Please let us know what you think and feel free to talk to us about it and any other ideas you may have.

1) Nipponster search engine is the Japan enthusiast's search engine. Have you ever felt that it's difficult to find specific Japan related info on general search engines like google? Nipponster makes it possible. And now you can put the Nipponster search box on your own site to Give Your Users Japan-related Search Results.

2) Nipponster toolbar. You can get your blog listed on our browser toolbar:
(all we ask is that you put a link to the toolbar on your website)
-that will but your site before your readers and our users 100% of the time (and make it just a click away)
-give them great Japanese language tools and entertainment (live TV and radio).
We know it is difficult to learn and maintain Japanese. The toolbar makes it easier. You can watch live Japanese TV or listen to radio, listen passively to Japanese lessons via Internet radio while surfing the net and practice flashcards for kana and kanji. And you can listen to what is happening in Tokyo with the metropolis podcast and kook up words and translate text using the Jim Breen and rikai buttons.

To take advantage of these, Check Out http://www.jpnx.com/php_izabi/PHPizabi_0.415b_R3/?L=cms./feedback.partner_form

Looking forward to hearing from you soon,

p.s. Nipponster.com is run by a group of foreign exchange and international students (current and former) studying at Sophia University in Tokyo, Japan.

At 8:24 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey James. This is an interesting site. I lived several years in Tokyo Japan and am now back in Melbourne. I guess the overwhelming memory is the crush of Tokyo, the lack of nature, the concrete morass, and its such an effort to get in touch with nature, parks, gardens, coast, etc. I remember flying back and Port Phillip Bay at St Kilda beach was so pristine blue, and the beaches golden, complete with great facilities for the kids, and all this 10 mins from the CBD. Environmental protection laws are important. Anyway keep up the great writing, David T, St Kilda, Melbourne

At 11:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear James,
I am an American MBA student working on a project for a international human resource management course. I am looking to talk to an expat in Japan about a couple of cultural issues. Would you mind exchanging a couple of emails with me? my email address is kellywil@earthlink.net. I hope to hear from you. Kind regards, Kelly M.

At 10:23 AM, Anonymous Richie Hart said...

crikey! James has become popular! I'm sick with shock.


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