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Gotta love Japan

Living in Japan would be a dream. Anyone else feel the same?
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haha great! i will and I'll put pictures from what shows you can see them from. thanks guys πŸ˜€
@Redeyesarucard u should make a collection that would be great I'd try some of those recipesπŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
@AnimeGamer anytime! I'm currently debating bout creating a collection on here for Japanese cooking but dishs seen in anime.. hmmm
Akihabra is definitely the place to go as its sorta "game and anime" area. Harinjuku is awesome for fashion and cosplayers, every saturday there is this bridge where they all gather and talk about sewing techniques or para para dances ir artwork. And yes the food is amazing! I studied in Kyoto for a year so traveled a bit.
I think of a bunch of pikachus dancing among the sakura trees πŸ™πŸ±πŸ£πŸšπŸ₯🍘and I think of food
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