Vol. 135 Individualist “Chptr 2 and Vrs 5”

Following on interview with Tommy “Charincoffee” on  Individualist “Chptr 2 and Vrs 4”.   This is something that I do not usually get to think about. Or Probably it might not be the time to actually put my mind into this type of thought. A family and a kid. As I have been single for a while, it is always good to have someone that welcome you and gives you a smile when you got home. I wish there would be the day that I can legitimately think about what we talked about below. Still, part of me would like to give myself a room to be single just to be Continue Reading →

Vol. 133 Individualist “Chptr 2 and Vrs 4”

Following on interview with Tommy “Charincoffee” on  Individualist “Chptr 2 and Vrs 3”.   About half an year ago, I got to know what he is talking about. Literally to me that bicycle is nothing but a one of my ways to keep staying fit (well, just to move my body not to gain weight or some sort) or it is just one of ways to go somewhere when it might be pain in the ass to just walk. I have been using typical japanese bicycle called “mamachari” (ママチャリ) for a long time. Now it has been almost a year since one of my friend kindly gave me a road Continue Reading →

Vol. 131 Individualist “Chptr 2 and Vrs 3”

The beginning of June, I guess it was couple month before this heat gets us in my way. I was invited to a bar that he is fond of. A owner who is nobody but a stylish cool dude that he welcomed us and guided us to the place he prepared and I got to start an interview. It was almost as if we were interviewing each other haha. Mellow music was in this room floating around to give us chill vibes and I was really relaxed to conduct an interview with him.  It feels like it was a long time ago and I was kind of embarrassed to say Continue Reading →

Vol. 108 Individualist “Chptr 3 and Vrs 2”

Following on interview with Yohhei Sato on Chptr 3 and Vrs 1.  I was honored to be able to conduct an interview with him and I hope I could broadcast a different type of perspective that normal Japanese does not really embrace through this interview. The hybrid culture that he holds with more than ten years of his life, it sounds pretty cool to me as a Japanese born and raised. However, I also wonder that there might be a moment where interweaving a layer of your cultural experience gives you a hard time to pick one or the other. Even I sometime get to experience “Is this OK for me to Continue Reading →

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