Hi! Welcome to my blog!

Well, my real name is Mitch, and you won’t find me on Facebook this way, trolls.
I’m a guy who likes a lot of things, different styles of music, different style of food, cultures, cars, girls, way to go!!!

I’ve been introduced to Japanese culture a while ago when I was in art school. Many friends and related people are really in awe of everything Japan, especially anime, drama and music. Also, many have been travelling to Japan, including me, in August 2011 and same period in 2013.

Now that I’ve been there, I consider Tokyo like a life pilgrimage site, a MUST. I’d like to move there someday but getting to live in Japan is a real PITA if you’re a foreigner. Read my blog to learn more about living in Japan (eventually) and many other things!

More to come!

2 thoughts on “ABOUT ME

  1. Hi Isuna, I’m Pauline from Singapore:) I just happened saw your blog on internet and really appreciate that you have share some info about CSSPJ program. I always wanna to study or work in Japan someday but it is difficult to fulfill this dream. After looking at their official website I have applied for next year April Semester and still waiting for their reply now. May I know do you still remember how long will it takes for them reply back to you after applied for the program?

    Thanks and hope to hear from you soon!

  2. Hi I came across your blog because I applied for the Japanese CCSPJ program. I went to Japan recently to change my life and to do something with myself because I was getting so depressed and I really enjoyed my time. Too bad I was working there full time (which meant working 9am to midnight everyday) and all the hot Japanese guys paid no attention to me because I could barely speak Japanese. I ended up leaving because I was getting ill. I cried so hard that day, anyway! Sorry to go on a tangent… I wanted to return and I feel the same as you have outlined in your posts so thought this CSSPJ program would be very good for me to return to Japan. Please let me know your thoughts and opinions because I would appreciate the help and I would like to find out about your experience in Japan.

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