Singapore street meat is delicious!
And touring Japan
I met some really great people
And got a taste of the crazy Japanese culture
Kampai!



Singapore skyline


Museum of Asian Civilizations


The Actuary's prayer!


Scary looking


Bridge


Sunset on the river


Temple in Little India


Street meat! Yum!


Chili crab was delicious


Night zoo was fun too


Watched a tribal dance


Climbing the pole


Tokyo Keio line map


Big eyes


Shinjuku was fabulous


Taiko drumming: the game


Busy intersections


And lots of neon


Made Tokyo fascinating


Mistranslation


Cool store sells top 5


Japanese pastime: pachinko


Cute


So much tradition


Including fortune sticks


That tell your fate


In many languages


Tie it up and it'll come true


Big lantern


Temple in Asakusa


Souvenir shopping


Akihabara for electronics


Sexy Pablo


Ducks feet...hmm...


Doing the Japanese peace sign


Me and Eduard


My first time eating sashimi


It was quite tasty


View from the table


Bussing to Shibuya


I finally found Hachiko!


Drumming


Ka-ra-o-ke-(something)


It was fun!


I should change professions


Peace!


Eduard and Aya rock the house


I should dress Mccoy in a kimono


Hi-tech toilets


With Daniel in Osaka


Day trip to Hiroshima


A-bomb dome


Remnants of the war


Peace memorials everywhere


Paper crane signifies peace


Along with a bell


Memorial was memorable


Showing the cost of war


Beautiful drum


8:15, 60 years ago


The vicious deer of Miyajima


Beautiful town


With the floating shrine


Vividly Japanese


Chi-zu!


Empty sake


Just me


And buddha


And the biggest rice scoop in the world!


Waterview of Miyajima


Ray and Dean join us in Osaka


The Glico guy!


Being silly


The photo booths were a blast


Another tourist trap


Of course, I took a ride


Osaka is a bit grey


In nearby Nara


Great scenery


The Todai-ji Temple


All hail buddha


He must laugh at the tourists


Huge bell


Purifying water


Prayers to be sent


Big red dots


On the subway


Daniel and the fairy


Kyoto with Johnnie Hillwalker


Fanmakers


Taking a rest


Kyoto


Making rope


Humble beginnings of Nintendo: GoStop!


More prayers


Sleeping in a capsule hotel!


Expo 2005: Nature's Wisdom


-30? That's nothing!


Me, Kiccoro and Morizo


The art of calligraphy


A robot receptionist


The pavilions with 3 hours lineups


I stuck with the no-lineups


Some were really impressive


The Canadian pavillion was one of the best


Sunset at Expo


Spanish pavilion


Eerie green lights


Practical use of a turnstile


At night


Pavilions look spectacular


And the park becomes surreal


Cutest mascots


Final farewell to Japan


Cameraphone pic Pablo sent