Trying to make an informed decision in Nakasu, the red light district of Fukuoka.
You can never go wrong with yakiniku. I believe the place was called 88 meat.
Better than magic mushrooms?
Rubbish in Japan has to be sorted. Finding a general rubbish bin is hard.
In case you can read the shirt, it says `shit happens hysteric`.
We actually got to play the baseball thing for an hour. Its much harder in real life than in Ryuga gotoku.
I`m already getting hungry looking at this.
With Sandy and Rei at this cool ramen place where all the seats are separated and you can`t see the servers. Apparently its because it used to be a yakuza eating place.
I want to work for a magazine/website reviewing kyabakuras when I grow up.
Fukuoka at night.
Hellcar actually won something from a UFO catcher. Too bad it wasn`t a love plus pillow.
Self explanatory photo.
Free information magazine and booklet in Nakasu.
- Fukuoka is full of lovely girls.
- one OL was cycling towards me and I was trying so hard not to be obvious.
- we unfortunately did not patronise any snakus/kyabakuras in Fukuoka as Sandy wasn`t really familiar with the nightlife there.
- hopefully going to maid cafe on Saturday with Iino. Can`t promise pictures since you have to pay for them. Not sure about taking pictures with maids handing out pamphlets though.
- Never arrive back in Tokyo by shinkansen with two bags during rush hour unless you want to know what being in a human grinder feels like.
- Always ask for an English menu.
- Fukuoka CBD is more than twice the size of Melbourne`s yet half as packed. As Sandy said, it seems like an awesome city to live in.
- Thanks to Sandy for showing us around Fukuoka.
- I still can`t find the SSF4 technical guide and now that I`ve decided to get a PSP for Hatsune Miku, I can`t even find the freaking game!!!!!!! PSPs in Japan are fucking cheap though.
- If you are an old school momusu fan like me, book-off in Akiba is heaven. Lots of old photobooks for only 500 yen each!