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Hi, welcome to Tokyo, chances are that if you are reading this you are planning to come to this city (if you are one of those unlucky folks that I sent a couch request stop reading right now, or you will find out that I don't have three eyes, nor I don't have psychic abilities to read people's whims to dance polka).
So, as I was saying, welcome to Tokyo. I'm a boring guy living a boring life in a boring city. No really, between the craft beer pubs close to my place and the undescrible Japanese fashion everywhere I can't imagine how one can have an exciting life in this city.
(this is a nerd symbol which means(1) that from now on there will be no more ironies, and(2) that I probably didn't get laid until I was 29 years old)
We all play and are played, and all we can hope for is to do it with style!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I am producing a YouTube channel with interviews of CSers, maybe you can help me ;)
My piece of advice as a Surfer:
1. Your time is the most precious good you have.
2.Be grateful to your host.
3.Stop reading silly profiles. (Wait, what are you still doing here?)
4. You will say more "Goodbyes" than "Hellos". Get used to...
I love things which I've never tried before.
My hobbies among others, are Dancing and Movie Making.
Music, Movies, and Books
I have been watching dozen of documentaries nowadays, I could recommend some if you will.
For music I am the electronic type, more EBM and Future Synthpop, japan has a scene on that, maybe I can show you, who knows...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The consequences of a tsunami in the coast of Japan.
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach you some dance moves, or maybe magic tricks. Maybe some juggling or tips for film making.
I would love to hear something you have never told anyone before.
Countries I’ve Visited
Denmark, France, Germany, Japan
Countries I’ve Lived In