Yesterday I found myself reading a tutorial on “How to use trains”…. That certainly makes me feel real smart.. But in my defense, it was actually a guide on how to use trains in Japan, and quite frankly, I´m going to be so clueless when I´m actually there.
I have this small to do list, of what I´m going to do when I´m actually there, some of the ideas are of course more profound than others, but they´re all important.
To do list
- The first word I´ll say: Tadaima
- Climb Fuji-san
- Visit Osaka
- Okinawa summer vacation
- Visit Nara
- Relax at a hot springs resort
- See as many Visual kei bands as I possibly can live
- Learn to make Sushi
- A day in the imperial Park
- Buy a beautiful Kimono
- Extend my studies for another year
And of course so many other things, such as karaoke:O
Mt Fuji is unbelievably beautiful, and it can actually be seen all the way from Tokyo on a clear day. I´d love to end up living in an apartment with the view of Fujisan. But that´s just wishful thinking… for now at least:)