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:: Wednesday, September 21, 2005 ::


I totally want to show you guys some of the stuff I've been doing. ^_^

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Kuzuha Mall is two stops away from my University. It's a little small and only seems to have clothing, but it's a nice diversion. There are bigger and better shopping malls and streets to be found, I'm sure I'll have pictures of them before too long. ^_^

Kuzuha Mall is owned by the same people that own the train line that I ride everyday. They also have a chain of department stores. It's like its own little... I don't know, Disney or something, with their hand in everything.

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In front of the mall there's a little fountain thing for kids to play in. Japan is very careful to save things like water, so the fountain isn't too big or anything. The cute part is that one spout or the other will turn on and off at different times, so the kids run and squeal going from one to the other. Very cute.

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One day I met this meccha kawaii [insanely cute] girl on the train. Some Japanese kids are shy talking to gaijin like me, but she was pretty fearless. Her mom told me that her dad does lots of business in the United States and flies over often. I always carry a greenback on me so I asked, "Have you ever seen American money?". When she saw the picture of George Washington she asked, "Is he dead?" Sooooo cute. Noriko, my speaking partner, took this pic. Hopefully a pic of her next time ^_^

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One day I as I was leaving school I saw some birds sitting on a power line. As I snapped this shot they took off. Pretty, ne? ^_^

That's it for now... but always more to come! ^_^

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:: Kazen @ Always Doing 7:28 AM [+] ::
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Wonderful pictures. Keep them up. WE WANT MORE!!!!! Hope you are having a blast.
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