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Shekets:
It's completely normal for people to just walk or bike everywhere in Japan.

As a past Hong Kong city slicker, I welcome using my legs over driving everywhere for a change. At the end of the day, my legs will be sore & heavy as lead but it'll be worth it. Note: Will bring painkillers just in case.

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It's customary for everyone to walk/stand single-file on one side to allow people in a rush to pass by.

Ah, escalator etiquette. I saw a video of that one time.

Shekets:
Please don't blow your nose in public.

I cannot guarantee how my allergies react lol.

Shekets:
Super important health things:

Totally spending Day 1 to jury rig my body past Jet Lag. I'll be sure to watch my water and sodium levels. Doubt I'll get a heart attack, I'm like around your age.
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Uncensored radio. They still haven't animated the Quincy finale arc or the post-story light novel for Bleach. You know what really deserves a proper reboot? Soul Eater.
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Negative Gazillion. Composite Thought Robot Superman Prime -10M.
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CF's not "feasting" on anything.
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Result in thread: Trip to Japan
2 days ago, 6:06 PM #5
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Thanks for all the advice dudes. Jotted them down on my notepad. I should be comfortably prepared now. The transport and wifi ideas are very useful. Got some apps downloaded and my phone carrier should have a service option in Japan. I should plan my stops for each day; thinking of doing it by cluster or by part of town. The less time spent on trains, the better.
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Thanks, I was too lazy to log in from that other domain name.
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Result in thread: Trip to Japan
"Trip to Japan", 3 days ago, 4:10 AM #8
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I'm going on a vacation to Tokyo sometime next year. Ugh, I hate flying. I will be staying around the city, so no Osaka or Okinawa or long train rides. Maybe you guys can help me with my itinerary, I know a few of you are familiar with the area. I plan on making it to AnimeJapan. Places I particularly want to check out are Akihabara, Tokyo Tower, Skytree, Senso-ji, Ueno Park, Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Nakano Broadway. The semi-full otaku experience (TM). Any tips, advice, etc. will be appreciated!

I will be lodging in Katsushika. Public transport is normally not a problem for me but I got very dizzy trying to navigate the map in Persona 5.
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5 days ago, 6:11 PM #9
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It is right.
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5 days ago, 5:34 AM #10
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Given that it happened 8 months ago...Ouch. It is a rough situation and you have my condolences. I can relate to the feeling of 'lawyers' screwing over vulnerable and uninformed people. Knowledge is not just a weapon. It's a good shield too.
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5 days ago, 4:51 AM #11
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For a logician, fun is overrated.
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6 days ago, 1:31 AM #12
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GMan003:Wait, who's kneeling during the anthem?
Sports players. The point is, these gestures are simply a whole lot of hoopla over what are ultimately symbols.
I like the flag. I wouldn't diss the flag of my original country either. Gotta respect your roots and all that jazz.
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One week ago, 11:23 PM #13
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It's as silly as kneeling during the national anthem. Patriotism in a nutshell.
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Why are there pages with nothing but text? It's not cyberpunk, it's literature.
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NeilKapit:gamers as a culture are a toxic cesspool

I am a person of gaming (i.e. gamer) and this statement triggers me.
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9 days ago, 3:24 AM #16
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Mom and Dad.
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10 days ago, 6:43 PM #17
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I'm waiting for the Windows release. I knew it was going to be cheesy after all those trailers. Maybe mods will make it fun.
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Trick him into drinking Holy Water like Constantine did.
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I love it. I would imagine it would be hellish in downtown areas. Great way to get last minute Christmas presents for both yourself and your family if you don't feel like ordering online. Ironically, I don't need new things so relatives and their kids will get toys.
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keltyzoid!:3 warnings.

3 is too generous. It's usually 1 or none.
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