…not unless they want to risk getting cuffed and kicked out of the club.
My favourite part of this month’s magazine is a story called “The Next Offensive” by Peter Able. It’s about two friends chilling playing some video games online, but as the story goes on you can see the subtle distance that’s started to grow between them.
Some of the highlights of super fun time Tokyo summer 2012 have been:
Crossing Izu Peninsula off my places to go list, Finally going to Kamakura, My first trip to Tokyo Disneyland and facing off with insect after insect until I finally reached the end boss — giant cockroach.
I’m proud to say tsuki magazine vol. 4 has officially debuted!
There is some stuff going on here that just makes me scratch my head like…”huh?” Some of it is charming, but some of it is just like “whoa…what? OK, no…no!” You know? Let me give you some examples.
I think I did Kyoto wrong. Yeah, I visited temples, petted the deer in Nara, drank from a magic waterfall that’s supposed to give me luck in love (and I think it worked ), but maybe I built Kyoto up too much in my head.
It’s got engrossing Japan-themed fiction and nonfiction including my very first published story!
Oh, the stories I have to tell about Hiroshima!
This is the stuff lifelong memories are made of, and will probably be one of my fondest memories of my time in Japan when I leave.
Last week I had a chance to get up close and personal with the hip hop scene in Japan at hip hop artist Kojoe’s album preview party.