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I watched it with a couple of Japanese friends here in Karlsruhe, Germany. It was super dramatic, everyone crossing fingers, fearing, hoping, wishing and in the end we were cheering so loud most neighbors probably woke up, regardless, after the medals were handed out, we drove around to cheer for japan as it always happens with men's worldcup games but it seemed like there weren't too many like-minded people out at the same time, actually the whole town was like dead. eerie. We still had our fun and I doubt we'll ever forget this match. It was brilliant. Hell, I'm still stoked!
actually that's not entirely correct, there was another Japanese who won a pizza contest in Naples before, Makoto Onishi, who won at the Pizzafest in Naples in 2003 and 2006 even. They both actually seem to share the same teacher and mentor, Gaetano Fazio http://www.italymag.co.uk/italy/campania/japanese-takes-pizza-making-prize http://www.pizzanapoletana.org/viewnews_eng.php?n=141
this is sad news indeed, Feather is one of my most fave songs ever and I was looking forward for more of his work... may he rest in peace
Toggle Commented Mar 18, 2010 on Nujabes dead at 36 at TOKYOMANGO
imo the key is predictability - if you can't anticipate what fellow drivers on the road will do, there is great risk on danger. slow drivers are annoying I suppose but as long as they drive relatively predictably, at least they're safer than irresponsible and unpredictable drivers
Toggle Commented Jan 21, 2010 on Driving in Japan v. driving in the US at TOKYOMANGO
tasted chou imaichi. had a bottle for days and didn't manage to finish it...
Toggle Commented Oct 24, 2009 on Azuki-flavored Pepsi at TOKYOMANGO