Being in Japan in Winter Means

Being in Japan in Winter Means

(Pictured, Daiyuzan forest in Minamiashigara)

Seeing your breath when you get up in the morning.

Cracking the ice so the tidy bowl man isn’t stranded, unless a mini-Canadian ice breaker arrives before you. I don`t know how they get in the toilet? I don`t even know why there is a mini-tidy bowl man there? Maybe I gotta cut back on the cold medicines!

The cockroaches no longer try to enter your apartment, they did survive the dinosaurs and they aren’t that stupid, it’s warmer outside! Read More

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