Sunday, August 19, 2007

Japan is wanderful, too

Hi, I am very happy, but I am sad a little. I came to Japan the day before yesterday. In the day, I worked the part time job. I thought my staying in America was dream. Ithink my memory is dream. But, I am writing this blog, so it is actually. I wanted to stay more long time. By the way I feel Japanese good point. First, Japanese food is very good. Second, Japanese is understandable for me,ha ha ha. I felt I am a Japanese .


Nina Liakos said...

Dear Masa, How wonderful that your trip to Maryland has enhanced your appreciation of Japan! That is as it should be. But it was NOT a dream. It really did happen, and as you say, this blog is proof of that, as are all the photos of you in America!! Keep studying English, and the next time you come, English will also be understandable to you.
PS Don't forget to join our Yahoo Group! See you at Tapped In on the 29th of Sept.

Hiromi said...

Hello, Masa!
I'm glad to see you updated your blog. ^^ It's good for you to realize that you're a Japanese after traveling abroad because it'll probably enable you to see other countries' cultures differently than before.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading more of your blog~. ^^

Ji Won said...


I'm so glad to see the new post!

I was really sad that day when you cried. You almost made me cry too. But I'm happy to know that you feel relaxed and settled now that you're back in Japan. Good luck on whatever you do, and don't forget to keep in touch, ok? And keep blogging and let us know what is going on with your life!

Otagai ni Ganbarou!
Ji Won

Laura said...

Masa, don't was real, and not a dream! I think study abroad experiences are important because they help you see the good and bad points of not only the places you travel to, but also your home country as well!

Dennis said...

Hello, Masa.

How I've enjoyed your blog posts! Keep blogging!

I'm glad you have a new appreciation for Japan. That often happens, I think, after trips to new locations and cultures.

I hope you never lose the memories of your stay in Maryland!

Best wishes--

Dennis in Phoenix