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kannaxxkarin Member since 2011/05/08

University student living part time in Tokyo, Japan

Kunitachi, Japan · student

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  • commented on 2013/06/14 00:32

    This was super inspirational. Thank so much. Being a university student, its sometimes hard to plan what the future is like, but after reading this, its like you don't have to decide now. Later is fine as well. After doing one year exchange in Hitotsubashi, its really made me feel like I'd love to work in Japan. You got any openings Danny?

  • commented on 2012/07/28 15:16

    It was so good! Definitely recommend!!

  • commented on 2012/07/24 18:23

    Feel like I'm stalking Danny... I was near Yoyogi two days ago! Love pixiv!

  • commented on 2012/05/28 13:12

    Currently traveling while studying in Tokyo, so places like Shimokitazawa or Akihabara, Okutama.

  • commented on 2012/05/28 13:11


  • commented on 2012/01/24 01:09

    Money for study abroad in Tokyo!

  • commented on 2012/01/11 02:37

    I will be there next year, celebrating my 20th! I hope to see you!!

  • commented on 2012/01/07 16:09

    I got one from my host family!!

  • commented on 2012/01/05 01:51

    Happy New Year!! I will be spending it next year in Tokyo! I shall have to find my nearest temple!

  • commented on 2011/12/27 22:15

    I shall be visiting here a lot over the next year! Thanks for the guide!

  • commented on 2011/12/27 22:14

    I have a PASMO... whats the difference??

  • commented on 2011/12/27 22:13

    I scrolled down and for a moment I thought it was real!!

  • commented on 2011/12/26 18:27

    I shall be shopping a lot here next year!!! I hope there is one near where I live!!

  • commented on 2011/12/15 18:45

    Last year was at Komazawa University in Setagaya, hopefully next year will be Hitotsubashi University in Kunitachi!

  • commented on 2011/12/15 08:12

    I bought a pair of shoes here~ expensive!!! Very flashy inside, lots of bling and sparkles on clothes!

  • commented on 2011/12/15 08:07

    Thanks for the photos!! I feel like I've gone home (my 3rd home). I spent a month in Tokyo, studying mostly hanging around Shibuya when I had time off. 懐かしい! 3.11 is putting my parents off from letting me go back to Japan... not me. I am a little worried but not too bad...

  • commented on 2011/12/08 23:02

    Venus Fort reminds me of the Venetian Hotel in Macau! Chinese food for me is made by my dad (who incidentally is Chinese) so it's very yummy not adapted to other countries' palates :) I want to try the Japanese styled Chinese food though!

  • commented on 2011/10/18 10:06

    I got them for 990 in Akihabara last year~

  • commented on 2011/10/04 02:41

    Not ashamed to like this.

  • commented on 2011/10/04 02:40

    HxH 2011 Soo good!

  • commented on 2011/06/02 19:33

    It's Baumkuchen!! (Tree cake in German) Named because it looks llike the rings of a tree :) Very very yummy!

  • commented on 2011/06/01 23:44

    Well I currently study at the University of Queensland in Australia. Studying Japanese and Law( dual degrees...). The Australian system is very similar to the English system, so it's easy to get into uni, (be it getting in or changing degrees once you're in)but tough to graduate. We do have the MEXT scholarship but then my university offers two ($1000/5000 AUD). I just applied to go to Hitotsubashi, in the greater Tokyo Area!!! I went to Komazawa for a month and got addicted. I mean even if you don't get the chance to go during university, a working holiday in Japan is also a good choice! Currently UQ has a program called HECS which is a government loan which EVERYBODY is eligible for, and so you can choose to take out the loan and just pay it back once you have a job (above a certain income level). Queensland is definitely promoting tertiary studies!

  • commented on 2011/05/21 19:46

    For the souls who were KIA !

  • commented on 2011/05/08 14:15

    I was in year 6 during when SARS happened in HK. I remembered daily temperature checks, having to wear the surgical masks and using hand sanitiser. I don't remember there being a panic for say tissue paper and anything, but a lot of people did stay home, to limit contact with other people. I was very lucky 'cause when the Brisbane floods happened, I went to HK right after I came back from Tokyo. I seem to escape when these things happen. Now I'm considering doing a year's exchange at a Tokyo university, so hopefully nothing bad happens. 頑張れ日本