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Be curious, Be creative
When I was young I believed myself as not typical Japanese,
after having traveled several countries, I knew that I am being a typical Japanese in many ways.
Generally we Japanese have no restricts or tabus from our main religion or belief of Buddhism and Shinto ( but I was grow up in Christian family )
then are brimming with curiosity without any hesitation.
So we Japanese have the ability to learn or to import foreign cultures then customize them to our way.
This is what I mean I am typical Japanese that to learn and to experience the differences adopt them for the benefit of our daily life.
We expect CSer to bring something new to our daily life.
I love nature observation specially watching plants, handwork and experiments.
do cooking satisfy my those interests.
I love Jazz music since teenage, But I move to Lingara in congo or Zaire, Taarab in Tanzania, Hindu pops, Taiwan pops.. also.
I love stream lined and philosophical architectures like Japanese temples, gardens, and shrines, also geometrically well designed Islamic architectures,
Taj Mahal, is my most impressed architecture.
I believe that human nature is fundamentally good.
Peace may brought by understanding and knowing each others,
that how we are difference and how we are same
and to aware we are living on the same atmosphere on the Earth.
Traveling world then making friends, meeting and even getting know people contribute world peace.
For more about our daily life refer Facebook
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
We would welcome "Couchsurfers" as not a guest(s) but our family member If they don't mind.
We hosted many lovely surfers and are grad to receive heart warm references, some of them are our life long friends ?
Traveling, Walking both in the Nature and in the town, Wandering, Cycling, Cooking, Meeting Interesting people,
Architecture, Fine arts contemporary, Good design, Good music.
Music, Movies, and Books
Any music I moved,
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
When our swedish friend invited us to stay her summer house in Northern part of Sweden.
she send me a door key of her flat with a piece of map.
After we arrived Stockholm we became explorers to find her vacant flat to stay for a night, there were train tickets to her summer house.
We were so surprised to receive a key by post, we were grad that her to trust us.
When i traveled alone in rural area in Tanzania, i met a Muslim family they invited me for every meals while i was there for 2 - 3 nights.
This was my first acquaintance with Muslim then i could know they were really peaceful, polite, intelligent curious and respectful other culture inclusive our Japanese culture.
Those past lucky meeting brought me to have my philosophy.
Teach, Learn, Share
We can teach Japanese cooking.
What I Can Share with Hosts
We'd like to share our daily Japanese meals with our guest(s),
We mostly cook ourselves and eat at home.
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Syrian Arab Republic, Taiwan, Tanzania, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkey, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Vatican City State, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In