One Time, One Thing

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In 2004, I escaped Bar exam studies in favor of spending a year in Japan. In contrast to my time in South Korea, one year turned into a year and a half, the joys and sorrows of which I also captured in my letters back home. To complement those letters, I’ve posted some of my Japan photos here.


  1. onthespotphotography
    May 13, 2011 at 7:10 am

    Amazing photos!!!!!! My 13yr old daughter studies Japanese, speaks and writes Japanese.. listen to the music, loves anime.. (I’m not sure but I think she may be Asian) I’m going to show her this when she gets home! 🙂

    • May 14, 2011 at 5:17 am

      Thank you! I hope your daughter enjoys/enjoyed the photos. 🙂 How did she get into Japanese, if you care to share? I’m extremely curious!

  2. onthespotphotography
    May 26, 2011 at 7:32 pm

    So sorry… I’m new to this and didn’t realized I had to scroll down to see the replies that I made with responses attached.. how lame am I? N-E WHoo… my daughter has a fine group of cultural friends.. and more Asian than any.. she started drawing first, then got into anime and now she wants to move to Japan.. I don’t know.. but I guess it was an influence of environment. We live in a good neighborhood and great schools, so I’m pleased that she has met fascinating people.. 🙂 I knooooww… I’m soooo late.. 🙂

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