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My Japan vacation: the odds and endsKomentarze • My Japan vacation: the odds and ends

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    Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
    Dit is miss beetje raar maar ik kan je blijkbaar geen pms sturen of comments (ben geblockt denk ik? Dunno iig staat er not allowed) ik kan alleen daarom hier reageren.. voor 3 euro is akkoord voor de mini wallscroll :)

    Als je me unblockt kunnen we per pm verder praten of comments..
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    Chloe-tsundere The louise otaku
    Ohh nice loot and interesting places as usual!

    Hmm i might be interested in buying a mini scroll if costs arent too high.. bottom left one


    The candy shop reminds me of dagashi kashi so much really nice!

    Amazake seems nice sadly im no male XD

    Love waterfalls! <3 added to my list hehe

    And that dutch shop looks nice too. Guess if i get homesick i juat visit that shop
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    Honestly kinda regret not getting any 18 plus gachapon while in japan, but either way when I used up all my extra in one machine in akiba I just got three of the same buttons so maybe I could have afforded one ^^"
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    Very nice mangas and light novels ^^
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    Daihatsu Tocot city car looks like a futuristic version of Fiat 126p.
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    That Fujides shirt and your comment

    >I wonder if Adidas knows about this…

    cracked me up XD
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    Fallen-Cloud (2 mies. temu) #48173555
    May I ask how long you've studied Japanese? I'm at a bad N4 level and could get by when it comes to tourist related things (asking directions, buying stuff, going out to eat, taking public transport, that sort of thing) but I want to at least get to an N3 level before I take a vacation in Japan. I'm too interested in the culture to be satisfied with understanding the bare minimum.

    Actually, I did self-study in that regard: partly with a number of course books and partly with a course on the computer that involved pronounciation.
    I'm nowhere near proficient though, but since I'm not a talkative person that wasn't much of an issue. Also, as I'm not one of the youngest anymore it is harder to retain what you have learnt, so I should do some refreshing.
    I wasn't familiar with that N-grading system, so I can't say what my grade would be, but apparently it's used by the JLPT; I took a peek at their site and saw that there were sample questions for the different grades, so that might be fun checking them out.
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    Oh wow a Dutch restaurant in Japan, that's cool! I live quite close to the Netherlands, so shopping trips there have been a constant in my life. That would definitely have made even me feel a bit like home.

    I really adore that old school candy shop area. So cute! The waterfall looks nice, that area must have a great calming atmosphere.

    May I ask how long you've studied Japanese? I'm at a bad N4 level and could get by when it comes to tourist related things (asking directions, buying stuff, going out to eat, taking public transport, that sort of thing) but I want to at least get to an N3 level before I take a vacation in Japan. I'm too interested in the culture to be satisfied with understanding the bare minimum.
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    Dido (2 mies. temu) #48171713I didn't know there was a Dutch restaurant in Osaka! When I'll be visiting Japan again I'll definately visit it thanks to you sharing this ^^
    It is located less than 10 minutes by foot from Senrioka Station in Osaka.
    I made a video on Youtube where I walk from Senrioka to the restaurant:

    link to video
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    I didn't know there was a Dutch restaurant in Osaka! When I'll be visiting Japan again I'll definately visit it thanks to you sharing this ^^
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