Drinking in Sasebo, Kyushu.
Yup, this is a military town.
The best burger in Japan. Blue Sky. Cooked by a lone old lady who is famous for never having smiled in her life.
Keep it G Sasebo.
Middle of the night, walking by this temple in Hakata. Some old guy creeps up and tells us to watch. Drops 100 yen into an inconspicuous coin collector.
Boom. Kind of rad.
Free info for the tourist with an agenda.
What a beautiful deer! Yakushika, Yakushima's own brand of deer, have become smaller and smaller over the centuries. No predators to speak of, they are tame and generally don't give a fuck when you drive right up next to them.
I guess they aren't endangered, as a local pizza shop was serving stewed yakushika on their pizza. By the way, this pizza was mega tasty.
What does it mean!
Randomly got to witness the launch of the Hayabusa 2 spacecraft.
Speaking of pizza, Devilcraft in Hamamatsucho will have brunch service from now.
Bloody Marys made from straining pizza sauce. Legit.
Thank you for the Toy Run donations!
Eat soba in the countryside. This one came with 5 bowls of slimy things to mix into a 5-layered soba bowl.
I found a Hanger Museum. Near Asakusabashi Station. You are welcome.
Meanwhile, at my English school.
61% of people falling onto the tracks are drunk. Stay safe everyone!