I love museums. I could almost live in a museum (I’m not sure about the bed and shower situation though). And Blaine loves watching art heist movies, and reading art heist books, and devising Thomas Crown Affair style plans to steal art from museums. I could easily live in New York City and spend approximately
Photo courtesy of Chris DeRemer
We love showing off great videos of Japan and this video from Amnesiart is amazing! Definitely check them out and see what other great stuff they have produced.
These are the Japanese words, questions, and expressions we used most when we began learning Japanese. These Japanese phrases are quite helpful to anyone visiting Japan for the first time. Good luck!
Japanese Vowel pronunciation
(same vowel pronunciation as Spanish)
Japanese Vowel Sound
Equivalent English Vowel Sound
/a/ = “ah”
/e/ = “eh”
/i/ = “ee”
Tokyo Midtown is one of my favorite shopping areas in Tokyo. Located in Roppongi, Midtown is a posh shopping complex with large outdoor patios, a grassy lawn perfect for picnics, a nearby sculpture garden, and Issey Miyake’s angular concrete modern art museum, 21_21 Design Sight.
Pop-up shops, like Aesop’s structure of stacked chairs displaying the
On our first trip to Tokyo we were lucky enough to stay at The Four Seasons in Marunouchi. It was an extremely generous gift from a friend!
We rode the Shinkansen (bullet train) from Nagoya to Tokyo and Jun, a member of the Four Seasons staff, greeted us at the train platform and walked us to