This is my language teaching thread!! It's true! It's true! (708)

1 Name: Anonymous : 2007-03-05 15:18 ID:Tg9qORd+

Hi, loving everyone!^^ I'm 19years old, a Japanese Otaku.
I'm a high school graduate who is preparing for another chance to enter a college.(This is called "Rounin" in Japan, a masterless Samurai is also called "Rounin".)
I made every effort to enter college, but college refused me, because I couldn't read/write English well.

So, I want you to speak to me easily, and point out my wrong.
You can ask me everything! I'm not a grim person.^^ I love you all.(^ε^)
come on! come on everybody!

Do you think this sentences childish?

I like WWE,progressive rock. thanks for reading

601 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-01 21:26 ID:a/3G+NZZ

HELLO JAPANESE! I am still Happy Yankee.

602 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-02 00:17 ID:Heaven



603 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-02 03:38 ID:6ECtxVLq

Yes, it's me!

604 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-02 07:41 ID:Heaven

Wow. I didn't think this thread would go very far.

605 Name: 1 : 2008-05-02 09:07 ID:Heaven

Thanks, now Tamushichinki has calmed the itch. Why then, thanks to my fixed idea about Holland, I thought many Dutch people suffered from ringworm. Marshes remind me of the high humidity.

>miconazol, ketoconazol, clotrimazol, terbinafine or itraconazo

Tamushichinki contains miconazol. Yay! d(^^)b

Who the hell... Do you know the Castle Law?

Yeah, me neither. It is dying, though.

606 Name: config : 2008-05-02 19:15 ID:Heaven

Nah, it won't die as long as I won't.

Reading some of my earlier posts are pretty weird, I basically stopped (paused!) my attempt at learning Japanese after making most plans. I'm lazy... I did buy Mawaru Made in Wario! and Rhythm Tengoku ( which are very stimulating to make me continue again since I really want to know what is said!

Also, I have final exams in 2 weeks. I'm currently on an "exam training", which means three days of non-stop learning. This is the second time I'm doing this; the previous time I did it for maths and I was really tired afterwards. I feel kind of bad for my parents who have to pay this (just because I didn't do enough at school), it's 44524 yen for each training! But I couldn't stop them from doing this.

Anyway, how are you?

どーん どーん ぱーん ぱーん どんど ぱーん ぱん!

607 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-02 21:22 ID:a/3G+NZZ

>>605 Castle Law?

I am not a lawyer. Do you speak of the "Castle Doctrine" some parts of the US have?

608 Name: 1 : 2008-05-09 06:46 ID:Heaven

Where's my last posting?

609 Name: config : 2008-05-09 11:50 ID:Heaven

Gone forever. They've restored the boards with an older back-up, since everything fucked up for some reason. My "What happen." thread is gone too, but that doesn't matter much. :)

610 Name: 1 : 2008-05-09 15:11 ID:Heaven

Has the exam training ended up? I wish you had done it well. (^_^)b

611 Name: 1 : 2008-05-09 15:34 ID:Heaven

Do you want to know what is said in the video? Shall I translate it into English?

Hah yeah, that's it.
どーん どーん ぱーん ぱーん どんど Bang Bang!

612 Name: config : 2008-05-09 16:29 ID:Heaven

I got two 7/10s for the trial exams there, I'm pretty happy with that. Now I want to study more but it's so hot here, after I'm done typing this I'm immediately going outside again...

And it's really cool if you'd translate the lyrics! When I'm done with my exams my goal will be to just as good at Japanese as you are at English, so you I can understand things without your help. Thanks!

613 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-10 04:32 ID:6ECtxVLq


614 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-14 17:09 ID:Heaven there?

615 Name: 1 : 2008-05-14 17:28 ID:Heaven

I'm always here.

616 Name: 1 : 2008-05-14 19:36 ID:Heaven

Is 7/10 A or B? 7/10というのは優ですか、それとも良ですか?
It is still cold here in Sendai. Do you already wear the short sleeve?

Can I ask you a question?

>so you I can understand things without your help. Thanks!

Is this meaning euphemistic negation? I mean, you don't want me to translate the lyrics, is that right?
I have to be able to read the context more. Sorry.

Your name is Rice Man. Or should I read it in Japanese? Yoneo. よねお。

617 Name: config : 2008-05-14 21:29 ID:Heaven


>Is 7/10 A or B?

It must be a B. I don't know much about the American grading system though... Wouldn't it be "70" in Japan? Anyhow, since those are my two weakest subjects, I'm glad I got grades for them that would cause me to graduate.

>you don't want me to translate the lyrics, is that right?

Agh, now I read what I typed I see how you can get the wrong idea. More clear: please translate it!
I was just trying to remark that I hope that there will be a point when I will be able to do it without having to ask you. (I think I'm the one who made the mistake here, sorry for that.)

>It is still cold here in Sendai. Do you already wear the short sleeve?

Out of habit I put on a sweater, so it was terribly hot at school... But yeah, it's certainly the weather for wearing sleeveless clothes over here. On the other hand, it's getting less hot now, so I can sleep in peace now (without having the fan turned on all night). :)

I hope everything's fine over there? I'm going to bed now, so good night~

618 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-14 22:47 ID:a/3G+NZZ

Please don't shoot me. I also love you and everyone. (*^3^)

619 Name: config : 2008-05-15 11:55 ID:Heaven

I just finished watching The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya (涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱), it's really nice. You watched it too, didn't you? I like how it combined the usual school anime stuff with a kind of science fiction, and Haruhi herself is adorable. :3

I always feel a bit sad when I've seen the last episode, but a second season will be here soon...

620 Name: 1 : 2008-05-15 12:59 ID:Heaven

Welcome to the otaku world! You like Haruhi! :) I like Nagato with a navy blue jersey!
The animation is based on young adult books. 涼宮ハルヒの憂鬱, 溜息, 退屈, 消失, 暴走, 動揺, 陰謀, 憤慨, 分裂, these nine books have been published, but the tenth has been postponed its issue for almost one year. I hardly remember the content of work. The only thing I can remember is its character(Maybe this is why Japanese critics call young adult fictions "Character novels").
One of my friends is friendly with the author's acquaintance. So I feel the author in my own backyard.

>I always feel a bit sad when I've seen the last episode

The last episode? Mahler symphony No.8! Veni! Veni!

>but a second season will be here soon

I think one of the reasons of the postpone is this. It's fine commercialism.

I want to write more, but I have to do a paper by tomorrow. I must close now. Hasta la vista, baby!

621 Name: config : 2008-05-15 16:27 ID:Heaven

>I like Nagato with a navy blue jersey!

Yeah, Nagato is really cool too.

>One of my friends is friendly with the author's acquaintance.

So that means I know someone who knows someone who knows someone who knows the author of the Haruhi novels? That's awesome! ;)

>I want to write more, but I have to do a paper by tomorrow.

Good luck~

622 Name: 米男 : 2008-05-16 05:43 ID:6ECtxVLq

623 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-18 11:49 ID:BuDG4ZeP

I love Mina's ankles. They are very moe.

624 Name: config : 2008-05-20 21:37 ID:Heaven

Hm, everything went well so far... up next is English, which should be no problem.

625 Name: 1 : 2008-05-21 04:14 ID:Heaven

What a boast!

626 Name: config : 2008-05-21 09:07 ID:Heaven

Hehe, I'm just trying to keep myself motivated. ;)

Did you succeed in writing that paper?

627 Name: 1 : 2008-05-21 10:38 ID:Heaven

Not bad. This semester, I have been studying hardest in my University life.

By the way, what is your specialty? Do you find a job when you will have done those tests?

628 Name: config : 2008-05-23 15:37 ID:Heaven

>This semester, I have been studying hardest in my University life.

Cool! I still envy your dedication...

>By the way, what is your specialty? Do you find a job when you will have done those tests?

After I finish high school I hope to go to the Utrecht School of Arts ("Game Design and Development"), so I still have some school years ahead of me. But I'll probably take a job in the vacation again (last year I did English to Dutch translating work at some company).

My speciality... I'm trying to gain skills in creating games, composing music and drawing, but I can't show much yet. I hope to finish my first proper game soon... should I keep you updated? ;)

629 Name: 1 : 2008-05-24 14:40 ID:Heaven

I'll translate the video in time, sorry. My laziness will never be slackened.

>I still envy your dedication.

What I say is sometimes different from what I do. d(^o^)b

You are a student of VWO, aren't you? You're much younger than I thought. I envy you because you are not only younger but also better in English than me. But the envy would make me diligent. It's a synergy effect!

>last year I did English to Dutch translating work at some company

What a energetic man you are! I haven't even done a part-time job. I'm a worthless man. I'm sorry.(Japanese apologige in this case.)

>I'm trying to gain skills in creating games

One of my friends is creating a game like Touhou(東方). Touhou is a shooter game and is now very popular between Otakus. Although I think it's just a brunch of temorary Moe(萌え) industry.

>should I keep you updated?

Definitely, YES! I'm interested in your creation!

630 Name: confi : 2008-05-27 16:22 ID:Heaven

pant pant I just finished the last exam. They stress me out... I can still hear my heart beating.

>I'll translate the video in time, sorry. My laziness will never be slackened.

Take your time. I'm not too fast with most things either (this post is proof for that).

>You are a student of VWO, aren't you? You're much younger than I thought.

No, I am (for another week or so) a student of HAVO, which is one step below VWO. I did start out on the VWO level due to an initial test but... let's just say I'm a bit lazy. :(

>You're much younger than I thought.

Really? I'm 18, so the difference between us is about 2 years right?

>I envy you because you are not only younger but also better in English than me.

Don't - the reason I'm better in English is because my native language is a lot closer to English than yours. It would be more fair to compare your level of English to my level of Japanese! (ack...)

>One of my friends is creating a game like Touhou(東方).

Cool, I play it actually. It has a little popularity over here as well (well, on the internet). I think it's a nice series, and the music is just awesome. Remember when I posted as "config.sys"? This was inspired by the Touhou music remixers IOSYS, which I discovered before discovering the games themselves - the music got me interested.

>Although I think it's just a branch of temporary Moe(萌え) industry.

It's all quite commercial indeed, but I'm enjoying most of it too much to care about that. :) But I do think ZUN deserves the money for his work. He did a great job creating this all by himself.

By the way, a lot of people you know do something creative... I think that's part of Japanese culture, over here it's more of an exception to create something. Well, something of reasonable quality at least.

And now I'm going to try to do something productive. I just hope I didn't do too bad on those exams...

631 Name: 1 : 2008-05-28 10:16 ID:Heaven

とりあえず、happy birthday to me. Happy birthday to me.
May this year becomes one of the best years of my life.
Happy birthday to me.

632 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-28 15:44 ID:Heaven

Happy birthday! So that means you're 20 now, hm?

633 Name: 1 : 2008-05-28 23:09 ID:Heaven

Thank you. But I'm 21 years old now.

634 Name: Anonymous : 2008-05-29 06:38 ID:Heaven

Oh, I see.

635 Name: confi : 2008-06-01 20:58 ID:Heaven


636 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-05 04:41 ID:6hcFEyuN

I'm also studying Japanese. I hope to become as fluent in Japanese as you are in English ^_^
I have a really hard time understanding spoken Japanese though, as it is all said so fast and I'm half-deaf (one of my ears doesn't work.) I really like writing and reading Japanese, although my handwriting is terrible.

637 Name: 1 : 2008-06-06 14:23 ID:Heaven

I rode in an ambulance. I suffered Anaphylaxis shock.

638 Name: 1 : 2008-06-06 14:25 ID:Heaven

oops, I mean "Anaphylactic shock".

639 Name: confi : 2008-06-06 14:48 ID:Heaven

Wow, how did that happen? Do you feel better now?

640 Name: 1 : 2008-06-06 17:17 ID:Heaven

どこの国の人ですか? Where do you live?

Now I'm fine. Thank you.
I ate fried shrimps and played soccer(It was a sports class). I hadn't been allergic to shrimps, but the hard exercise seemed to trigger the allergy.
Fortunately a teacher of that class is a doctor, so I escaped death. I heared from him that I temporarily stopped breathing. And I don't remember it because I was unconscious.
I was admitted to the hospital for two days.

御心配おかけして、申し訳ありませんでした。(I'm sorry to made you worry about me.)

I'll answer previous postings as soon as possible. Sorry (;_;)

641 Name: confi : 2008-06-06 20:37 ID:Heaven

So you almost died, huh. Glad you're still here...

642 Name: 米男 : 2008-06-07 01:58 ID:a/3G+NZZ

This is why you should prefer rice to shrimp.

643 Name: 1 : 2008-06-07 02:38 ID:Heaven

Who eat shrimp as staple food?

644 Name: 男米 : 2008-06-07 17:22 ID:6ECtxVLq

Not I, because I am 男米.

Thank you for not dying.

645 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-07 22:32 ID:K8wnJJAs

Maybe people along the U.S. Gulf Coast? I have friends that lived there, and they ate a lot of shrimp, crayfish and things like that.

Sounds pretty good right now :D

646 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-08 03:48 ID:6hcFEyuN

>>640 I live in Washington. I'm also studying American Sign Language, to help interpret for the deaf

I'm glad you're okay! I know someone who is allergic to shrimp, and he has to carry around an epinephrine pen in case he has an attack.

647 Name: 1 : 2008-06-08 12:35 ID:Heaven

>>641-642, >>644-646
I sincerely thank to all of you!

Really? I thought staple food should be carbohydrates.

People come here have a strong desire for learning (And I hope I am).
I've read somewhere that sign language depends on its region. So you may have to study ASL harder than you do Japanese.

>he has to carry around an epinephrine pen in case he has an attack

Oh, I bought it.

648 Name: confi : 2008-06-08 13:33 ID:Heaven

649 Name: 1 : 2008-06-08 15:29 ID:Heaven

You are really quick-eared. I didn't know that.
And I've never been to Akiba!

By the way, configちゃん, 最近なにしてるの?
I have five midterm exams in two days. So, I'll stay up all night!
In Japanese, 一晩中, 夜を日に継ぐ, 夜を昼になす, and so on.
In English, "burn the midnight oil" (I heard this phrase in a song by Canadian rock band Rush) :)

650 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-10 17:37 ID:NLAEn6Xh

>In English, "burn the midnight oil" (I heard this phrase in a song by Canadian rock band Rush) :)

I think they were burning something else as well... hahaha.
That's one of my favorite Rush songs.

Good luck on the exams.

651 Name: 米男 : 2008-06-10 18:40 ID:6ECtxVLq

>>I think they were burning something else as well...
>> <<

652 Name: config : 2008-06-10 19:46 ID:Heaven

"Burning the midnight oil" is exactly what I've been doing this night... Today I had this admittance interview (I had to wait 8 hours for it since I was the last person on the list) and had to finish some works for that... But I think I've left a positive impression there. Well, let's just hope I'll get accepted.

Now I'm just really tired. How do you manage to do this? And how did your five exams end up? I hope everything went okay.

Good night... =_=

653 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-11 03:48 ID:Heaven

Good luck >>652!

If you're the last person, you're more likely to be remembered; and the comity will be relieved to see you because it means they're almost done and can soon go home.

Aren't the first and the last people in the list usually the most memorable?

654 Name: config : 2008-06-15 20:02 ID:Heaven

Hmm, let's hope so.

655 Name: 1 : 2008-06-18 23:00 ID:Heaven

Highly recommended.

656 Name: 米男 : 2008-06-19 01:32 ID:6ECtxVLq

So moe!

But not as moe as ttp://

657 Name: Anonymous : 2008-06-23 19:49 ID:s5bjxMK4


658 Name: 1 : 2008-06-24 04:30 ID:Heaven


659 Name: 1 : 2008-06-24 09:21 ID:Heaven

I took a TOEFL(ITP) test yesterday because I could take the test for free. It was shameful. I was taking the test in tears. My English skill has been spoilt. I'll never ride a wave of this internationalized world.

How did it end up?


>How do you manage to do this?

When I am tired, I read a book (written in Japanese). But these days I don't study so much (^^;)

>five exams

Quite well! I got higher grades than the average in all tests.

And this is a tribute of apology for keeping you waiting.

660 Name: konfi : 2008-06-25 20:38 ID:Heaven

>>How did it end up?

I got a letter today saying I'm admitted. Yeah! :3

661 Name: 1 : 2008-06-25 23:45 ID:Heaven


662 Name: config : 2008-06-28 10:20 ID:Heaven


I'm going to New York tomorrow (on vacation), so I won't be here for a while...

663 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-10 16:27 ID:dIPoh6l2

age please

664 Name: 米男 : 2008-07-11 01:23 ID:Kt9YqPBY

How was Fun City?

665 Name: 1 : 2008-07-11 13:02 ID:Heaven

Where's my souvenir?

666 Name: Lucas-kun : 2008-07-12 03:36 ID:Heaven

Oh hey guys, 666 get.

667 Name: 米男 : 2008-07-12 05:57 ID:Kt9YqPBY

If 666 is the Number of the Beast, am I the Neighbor of the Beast?

668 Name: 1 : 2008-07-12 07:52 ID:Heaven

The incarnation of a lice...

669 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-12 14:49 ID:YHO8wbfh

Wikipedia has interesting information about the number of the beast

670 Name: 米男 : 2008-07-12 17:26 ID:Kt9YqPBY

And a man who eats rice!

671 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-12 23:14 ID:LLeOeg4Y

Well, isn't that nice?

672 Name: 1 : 2008-07-13 00:33 ID:Heaven

High-speed steel called ハイス

similar pronunciation!

673 Name: Anonymous : 2008-07-13 13:49 ID:BuDG4ZeP

O HAI っす

674 Name: 1 : 2008-07-13 14:04 ID:Heaven

はい? なんです?

675 Name: config : 2008-07-13 14:34 ID:Heaven

Oh no, how could I forget this? I have to compensate this terrible mistake in some way...

Hai is a strange way to say hi, and doesn't have to do much with はい. That doesn't clear much up, though...

Have you played any of the テイルズオブ (Tales of...) games? Yesterday I spent most of the night playing テイルズ オブ ファンタジア (katakana overload), I enjoyed it a lot.

676 Name: 1 : 2008-07-13 17:06 ID:Heaven

How was NY? And welcome back. Yeah, I want you to compensate for the mistake with your body! (This is an important phrase in Japanese, "体で払ってもらおうか". Literally, "Pay with your body". But it embraces an obscene meaning).


I think this net slang is a little old. I used to start chatting with this term when I was a junior high school student.

>Have you played any of the テイルズオブ (Tales of...) games?

I've played テイルズオブデスティニー (PS ver.). I don't remember exactly, but I think I borrowed the game from one of my friends. And I left it halfway. I remember the battle system was very good.
I hope you will not fall into a bottomless pond of online and video games. That addiction is as strong as drugs!

Talking of drugs, your country is well known for easy regulation. What do you think about that? Have you concerned in drugs?

677 Name: config : 2008-07-18 10:32 ID:Heaven

It was very nice. It was basically what I expected (something really American) but I was surprised by the nice atmosphere which is found in most streets and parks. Also, for some reason they sell Pocky and other Japanese candy in most grocery stores. Weird, huh?

>I think this net slang is a little old.

It is old? Ah... I guess it's a bit like with "lol", which is most used ironically nowadays. (Well, some people still use it, but many people think this is annoying.) So what is a good alternative?


I'll be sure to use that sentence sometime!


I like the battle system a lot, too. Yes, games are addicting, but let's say we see it as "research" I do for my new study! ;)

>What do you think about that? Have you concerned in drugs?

Hmmm... I think it's handled in a pretty good way like this. People should decide for themselves if they want to use a drugs like that. Personally I'm not interested in it, it's hard enough to keep myself sane without them! :)

678 Name: 1 : 2008-08-05 13:35 ID:Heaven

Long examination term has ended. And long time no see you. I'm fine.


>"lol", which is most used ironically nowadays

Then, I won't use "lol" from now on.

>what is a good alternative

I've thought about this for a half month. But I cannot conceive alternative greetings. So I recommend ordinary greeting "こんにちは". There's no problem.

>I'll be sure to use that sentence sometime!

You can do it! Because Japanese women are...

>let's say we see it as "research" I do for my new study

Yeah. Since you are an artist in the making, you should make food for the mind of all matters you experienced! Hurrah!


Thanks. Your opinion is almost the same to mine.

By the way, is this your school photo?
What an originality!

679 Name: 4 : 2008-09-21 14:21 ID:0arX+GVT

Wow, this thread is still going after 18 months, that's awesome. 1-san, your English has improved so much, it's incredible. Great job!

680 Name: 1 : 2008-09-22 09:27 ID:Heaven

It's been a long time! Welcome back!

Next semester starts soon. I'll keep studying English!

681 Name: config : 2008-10-02 23:31 ID:Heaven

I am back too, sorry for this break.

A longer post will follow soon!

682 Name: 1 : 2008-10-03 15:32 ID:Heaven

Welcome back! ^^

683 Name: 1 : 2009-10-11 17:29 ID:Heaven

One year has passed. But nothing has changed widely in both good and bad sense.
I've been studying moderately. On the score, I'm in the top 10 percent of my department.
I want to be a researcher, so will go to graduate school. There is a rule that a student who have a good score is exempted from the entrance exam for graduate school. And so, I'll be free from the exam.

I can talk only about myself. All of sentences I wrote have "I" as the nominative. I dislike it, so I, I...

684 Name: コンフィグ : 2009-10-18 18:18 ID:Heaven


It's strange for me to read this thread again, it feels like it's such a long time ago. I also don't feel like writing too much about myself, but some things have definitely changed.

One of the positive things is that my Japanese has improved, and your early pointers certainly got me started. I'll continue to learn and absorb the language so at one point I can effortlessly speak it with you.

Did you keep checking this thread? I just remembered about it and am a little surprised you posted something just a few days ago. Sorry for not keeping my promise.

685 Name: コンフィグ : 2009-10-18 20:50 ID:Heaven

P.S.: a long time ago in this thread:




>Gah, I haven't studied Japanese enough to understand most of that.

It's funny how the past me didn't understand it, and now I do! (I'm not very good yet, though.) I hope you haven't checked every day this whole year...


686 Name: コンフィグ : 2009-12-31 15:44 ID:Heaven

Happy new year!

687 Name: 米男 : 2011-01-18 00:25 ID:20HQaRI9

Happy New Year again.

We hope that >>1-san is well.

688 Name: コンフィグ : 2011-01-24 23:19 ID:Heaven

Yes... Happy new year >>1君!

689 Name: 1 : 2011-03-05 07:29 ID:Heaven

Hi, long time no see you. You won't believe, but I'm >>1. It's true, it's damn true.
And happy new to you all.

I will graduate from university in the end of this month, and will enter graduate school of engineering from next month though my major is rather physics than engineering. I hope I will start posting papers in this year.

As you see, my English-writing skill is not improved. But I can communicate with foreign students in English. Last summer, I invited one of them to my hometown. I have to thank all of you here, because communication in this thread encouraged me to talk with foreign students. Arigatougozaimasu!

So... What should I write?
Ah, recently I'm interested in AKB48. Someday there will be a conference in Tokyo, then I wanna go to the AKB48 theater in Akihabara. Miichan rules!

Omake: Korean idol group "Girl's Generation"

690 Name: 4 : 2011-03-12 13:52 ID:TQxRquK1

Hey >>1, great to hear from you again. It has been a long time, I'm >>4, can't believe we were talking over 4 years ago.

I came to check this thread because I remember all that time ago that you said you were in Sendai. It was great to see your post, but I also hope you're doing ok after the earthquake and tsunami. It's a terrible tragedy and people around the world are watching and thinking of you guys.

I hope all your friends and family are ok and things can start returning to normal for you as quickly as possible.

It might be a while before you come and check this or are able to reply, but I'll check back regularly! Best of luck to you and I really sincerely hope you're ok.

I don't know what else to say. Remember you have friends all over the world and we're all watching and wishing you the best. If we can help in any way then let us know! My friends and I here will be donating towards relief efforts and hoping for the best.
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691 Name: Anonymous : 2011-03-16 04:46 ID:nghhDXZS

Wow... I hope >>1 is okay.

692 Name: Shii : 2011-03-16 04:50 ID:nghhDXZS

Just FYI for thread readers, the >>689 post was made from Ibaraki, so he's probably okay.

693 Name: 4 : 2011-03-16 23:10 ID:GAxsOMMn


Thanks Shii, that's something of a relief. Still hope to hear from him eventually, but I know wherever he is he has a lot to deal with right now, like most people over there. =(

694 Name: 1 : 2011-12-16 02:28 ID:Heaven

Hey, I went to Germany for research. I'm becoming a scientist.

695 Name: コンフィグ : 2012-01-01 00:30 ID:Heaven

Happy new year!

Hi >>1, I'm glad you're fine! It seems like this thread is everlasting...

Since I live in the Netherlands, I never expected you to come live so close! Please tell more about it if you have time!

696 Name: 1 : 2012-01-09 13:58 ID:Heaven


Hallo! Happy new year to you too!

I've already come back to Japan, but I had been in Nordrhein-Westfalen (Düsseldorf, Köln, Aachen, and Monschau!). I remember Aachen is very close to Netherland. That's a pity we couldn't meet each other even though we were so close!
Actually, I wanted to go to Amsterdam to visit Anne Frank house, but my friends stopped me because many people in Amsterdam act so freely and it is not suitable for people like me (=people who are not familiar with traveling around).

697 Name: 1 : 2012-01-09 14:01 ID:Heaven

Oh, I'm sorry. I should have written "the Netherlands," not "Netherland."

698 Name: 1 : 2012-01-09 14:15 ID:Heaven

About the earthquake on March 11, I had spent first four days in the shelter because of no life line at my apartment. After that I had come back to my hometown. Many people tried to escape from Tohoku area. So all the buses and plains were occupied (at that time trains were not available). It was like "Hokuto no Ken." :P

699 Name: 1 : 2012-08-13 10:24 ID:Heaven

Hey guys, I went to the Netherlands. Although I visited Amsterdam, I did not go to the Anne Frank house. I should have spent more time for sightseeing.

700 Name: コンフィグ : 2012-09-04 21:48 ID:Heaven

W-wow, you were so close to me! Was Amsterdam like you expected it to be?

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