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Be curious, Be creative
When I was a kid I believed myself as not a typical Japanese,
after having traveled several countries, I realized my back ground that how i am a Japanese.
Generally we Japanese are free from religions restrictions ( Buddhism and Shinto .. but I grew up in Christian ), we feel no guilty or no hesitate to learn and import foreign cultures to adopt and localize to our daily life.
In this way i am a typical Japanse, can't describe one by but I've learned lots on the road, -
In other words, we are open-minded to world wide, we respect different cultures, religion that why we are here on CouchSurfing.
I believe human nature is fundamentally goodness.
World Peace may brought by knowing, understanding & respecting each others that how we are difference and how we are same.
For more about our daily life refer my Facebook
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
We would welcome "Couchsurfers" as not a guest(s) but welcome as our part of family,
If you mind it a your demand is only free bed , our Couc is notsuitable.
We hosted many lovely surfers and are grad to receive heart warm references, some of them are our life long friends.
We also surfed at friendly host, those experinces are big part of our travel much more than sightseeing.
Architectures and gardens.
We pround Japanese gardens, which are Miniature of nature arranging in small area.
Love geometrically well designed Islamic architectures,
Taj Mahal is still my most impressed one since my first visit in 1988.
Traveling, Trekking in the Nature, Wandering in town, Cycling, Cooking, Meeting Interesting people,
Fine arts mostly contemporary art,
For more info about our daily life refer my Facebook
- contemporary art
Music, Movies, and Books
Love Jazz most since teenage, Through my past journey, I was moved to
Lingara pop from Congo or Zaire,
Taarab in Tanzania, Hindu pops, Taiwan pops,
Klap in Croatia .. so on.
Love Any unknown local music I will hear on the road.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
When i solo traveled in Tanzania, stacked in rural village for 2 - 3 nights,
a Muslim family invited me for every meals.
It was my first acquaintance with Muslims then i could know they were really peaceful, polite, intelligent curious and respectful other cultures.
This past lucky meeting brought me to have my philosophy.
Teach, Learn, Share
We can teach Japanese cooking.
What I Can Share with Hosts
We can share our daily meal,
to avoid taking addictives and MSG - we don't like its artificial taste- reduce amount of salt,
we mostly cook without package food, and eat at home.
We'd like to share them by donation base, if you satisfied them, we appreciated you to donate fare cost of food stuff,
if you didn't satisfy them, you'd better manage to eat yourselves.
You can eat out and bring your own food, sorry we don't want CSers to use our kitchen without our sight, except micro wave oven to warm package food,
We host only who agree our conditions. When you place a Couch Request, please mention about it,
No mention it No replay.
This is our way to know the request as " Copy and Paste " or from " Free Loaders"
Countries I’ve Visited
Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cambodia, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Macao, 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, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, Vatican City State, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In