Monthly Archives: October 2012

Japan! Different Promotion! Squeeeeeeeaking until your ears hurt

I am back! Tokyo was really like plunging into a whole different Asian experience, different from what I knew having been in Nepal, Singapore and Bangkok. Aquarium and my humble me in Tokyo It was a nice change, it changed … Continue reading

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How to stop horny men grabbing women on the Tokyo subway? Chikan counteraction, let’s roll!!!!

Funny thing every European notices when riding the Tokyo subway is the high density of posters that encourage to stand up against men that get too close to women in packed trains. The Blog “Japan for the Univited” explains: [“In … Continue reading

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Don’t you dare to show me the Sushi liver I ate!!

Today more about simple questions that cross your mind as an European when eating in Japan. 1. How green can Green tea be? 2. Who can spot a gigantic liver of whatever fish on this Sushi plate? Well, we were … Continue reading

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Hallo Fuji-san, hallo land of funny signs and where obeying equals solidarity?!?

After all these reports from travellers to Japan about NOT seeing the Fuji-san 富士山 when they came  – [couldn’t view it…] – first thing that happens 30 minutes before landing: I take this as a sign. I mean: Japanese Buddhists … Continue reading

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Die spanisch-schwäbische Greiftruppe auf der Buchmesse (que poca vergüenza!)

Heißa, wir waren zum ersten Mal zusammen auf der Buchmesse – vier SpanierInnen und ich.  Sehr klug, am letzten Tag zu gehen, weil da gerne was verschenkt wird, vor allem im internationalen Bereich. Und ganz besonders gilt das für die … Continue reading

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