I arrived in Japan for the first time ever about a week-and-a-half ago.  Actually, I’ve touched Japanese soil before (if you count the Narita International Airport terminal ‘soil’) on several occassions.  This was the first time I actually stayed here.

    I had some great sponsorship in getting here, so I knew pretty much what to expect.  Since I’ve been travelling internationally for the past six years, I knew what questions to ask, too. 

    I’m not sure how long it will be until I get to fly over here.  Waiting is always frustrating, especially when one is forced to wait until someone else in some headquarters somewhere finishes some paperwork. 

    So far, the Japanese people have been very friendly and helpful.  The landscape here is nice, there are beaches, a lake, hills, forests, and mountains in the distance.  It’s a bit foggy this season, and cooler than I expected.  But I think I’m going to like it here!

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