I have never been a patriotic person. Until it comes time for the Fourth of July in which case, I feel like not wearing red white and blue sort of risks somebody using their spurs on you. But apart from when I was craving a California roll or attempting to stream movies without Netflix, I didn’t really miss the USA very much.
As I project for my English class, I was asked to create a blog post informing Hiroshima’s tourists of the sights. I chose to go to one of Japan’s number one baseball team’s games. This team is no other than the Hiroshima Carps. Throughout the project I was lucky enough to obtain an interview with Kenta Kurihara, one of the team’s players. This article was created with the intention of being posted to GetHiroshima, a website that provides a much needed guide to the tourists of Hiroshima.
I have come to the conclusion that hairdressers as a whole, and they do seem to be rather interlinked don’t they?, are fascinated and rather obsessed with space.
To read more about my experience at a Japanese hairdresser that prompted these musings click here…
I want to know who the guy in the distant offices of some failing insurance company is who comes forward and says, “Hey guys! I found our problem! I know why nobody is registered with us; it’s not our rates or our services like we thought- we can stop improving those, no, it’s the absence of pens with our company name on them!”
To me it seemed easy enough, after all the answer was obvious, wasn’t it? Launching the atomic bomb meant the
murder of thousands of innocents. And that was bad.Wasn’t it?
The question prompted by my Global Studies teacher during our six-month-long term in Hiroshima, Japan did not prove as easy to answer as I thought it would.
Kyoto is one of those cities that you will never truly ‘know’. You will see her, definitely, and maybe even love her, but her constantly pumping heart will always remain a mystery to the on-looker.
Are you looking into pursuing politics? Or just a born dictator? In any case the following recipe will provide you with an easy-to-follow method to Westernize a Closed-Off Nation.
WARNING: The following is based on the westernization of Japan alone and may not be effective for other nations.