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2019 Photo Journal

An Icy Reflection

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2018 Photo Journal

An Experience

V and I tried a new karaoke place recently. It was a horror themed shop, where we could wear halloween costumes on loan from the shop if we so wanted to. The rooms and hallways were covered in decorations and the staff spoke like villians from those cheesy 1950s era horror movies. Next to each elevator, was one of these swords.

In case of emergency, break glass?

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2018 Kansai (関西) Photo Journal

Crab Battle

Osaka Aquarium, serving all of your Lovecraftian needs. When you prefer your eldrich horrors to pair well with wine and butter, they’ve got you covered.

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2017 Photo Journal

Yet More Jellyfish

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I was going through my phone, trying to clear up some extra space when I found this photo from the last time I went to the aquarium, during Golden Week. After I found it, I sent it to a friend and he said that I should post it. I laughed it off, saying I probably already did, but after looking through the archives, it seems I didn’t. So, here you are.

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2017 Photo Journal

JellyFish Flowers

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Nagoya Aquarium is currently having a jellyfish exhibition, so I went with a friend. Unfortunately, I’m not sure what kind of jellyfish these are, but they sure look pretty!

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2017 Photo Journal Tokai (東海)

High Up

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I really do love living in Nagoya.

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2017 Photo Journal

Flower Week 04

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2017 Photo Journal

Flower Week 02

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2017 Photo Journal Tokai (東海)

Oasis 21

 

oasis21_01Oasis 21 is an interesting spot in the Sakae area of Nagoya. It’s surrounded by shopping, restaurants, and parks. This is the Spaceship-Aqua portion of the structure. It’s completely free to visit and very close to the Nagoya TV Tower (another famous Nagoya landmark).

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Photo Journal

Art at the Science Museum

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Right now, theres a cool exhibit at the local science museum, using projection mapping and LED lights. My friend and I have been meaning to go but have only gotten around to it recently. The admission is ¥1400 and grants access to the exhibit and most of the rest of the museum (sans Ice Room and Planetarium).