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  1. April 2004 - Dance Clubs, Wigs, and Salad Dressinghttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10024-april-2004-dance-clubs-wigs-and-salad-dressing

    Dance Club I finally went clubbing in Tottori a few times. The club had a small, community-like feeling to it, so I kinda felt like I was at the local hoe-down. I ran into a few of my students, and the other foreigners there randomly talked to me just...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  2. Let's Dance Together ライブhttps://japanatron.com/?view=article&id=138:lets-dance-together&catid=62

    This is me making a total ass out of myself in front of a live audience in Tokyo.

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Music
    • Language: ja-JP
  3. I Was A Freakhttps://japanatron.com/blog/other/general/10066-i-was-a-freak

    many a perspicacious discussion about how we were both freaks, she unexpectedly invited me to her upcoming winter formal dance. I asked her, "Can I wear whatever I want?" She said, "Sure. I don't care." I smugly accepted her invitation. As the date...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  4. March 2004 - Snowboarding and Hitchhikinghttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10023-march-2004-snowboarding-and-hitchhiking

    solo on the streets there. People tell me there could be a niche for a white boy singing in Japanese. We'll see... Tottori Dance Club I took a taxi to Tottori's only dance club on a Saturday night. It was CLOSED. Curses on this town! What a waste of...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  5. 12 - Dating and Nightlifehttps://japanatron.com/?view=article&id=10183:12-dating-and-nightlife&catid=52

    It's time for a night out on the town! I share stories and discuss 4 unique Japanese things that add a little spice to the dating and nightlife scene here.

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Podcast
    • Language: *
  6. The Shrine Drummerhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10015-the-shrine-drummer

    state are indeed separate in this day and age, then I should be able to proceed as if I were complaining about noise from a dance club or pachinko parlor. I had always been told that Japanese almost never complain directly. For example, a noisy neighbor...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  7. August 2004 - Fireflies, Beach Parties, Festivalshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/countryside/10026-august-2004-fireflies-beach-parties-festivals

    backpack. That made me happy. Shan-Shan! I went to Tottori's largest annual festival (called Shan-Shan)--a 4-hour umbrella-dance parade. The umbrellas have small bells on them, so they make a jingling sound (hence the name "Shan-Shan"). I ran into so...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Countryside
    • Language: *
  8. Getting Started in Japan's Show Bizhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/show-biz/10089-getting-started-in-japans-show-biz

    work in Japan! *Language Skills – How's your Japanese? Do you speak other languages? * Special Skills – Can you sing, dance, play an instrument, ride a horse, etc.? You might also specify if you can drive in Japan. * Key Measurements – This is for...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: Show Biz
    • Language: *
  9. What Japan Needs - More Anti-Smoking Lawshttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10123-what-japan-needs-more-anti-smoking-laws

    in more places. In my home state of California, smoking is banned in virtually every public place--restaurants, bars, dance clubs, and any place Japan usually puts an ashtray. I very rarely see a smoker in California, and when I do it'salmost always...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
  10. Life in Japan - How to Save Moneyhttps://japanatron.com/blog/japan/general/10209-life-in-japan-how-to-save-money

    Unless someone else is buying you one (or seven), I advise avoiding beer. Consider it a rare treat for a self-celebratory dance you may do one day in a summer month of your choice. Save Power Japan may be water-rich, but electric power here is...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Mondaiji
    • Category: General
    • Language: *
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