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I used to be an active CSer until around 2010.
Since then, lots of things have changed in CS but I still keep the memory of previous CS spirit. When I was in Tokyo doing CS, I was one of the active members and had interview on CS.
I still appreciate this network and potential experience.
Moved out of Japan 4 years ago. Lived in several countries got full-time job in each city. And I travel when I got enough money from each country to explore the world.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
１． surfed with Ramon Paniagua in LA
２． surfed with TANGERINE GAL in LA
３． surfed with Jon Losey in SF
４． surfed with Benjamin Bombard in Oakland
５． met up with Nicole Carpenter in Oakland
６． surfed with Dusty Cooper in Reno
７． surfed with James Miska in Salt Lake City
８． surfed with Jonathan Lewis in LV
９． surfed with Stephanie Potell in LV
10． surfed with Noah Zaitlen in LA
11．hosted Erik Michon and his friend
12. met up with Chris Brunskill in Tokyo
13．met up with Sabrina Fluk in Tokyo
14. hosted Sihmüslüm Erikci
15．hosted Josef Froschauer and his friend
16．hosted Steve Aziz
17. hosted Cristian Santibanez
18. hosted Howard Johnson
19. stayed at Daniel in Sado
20. hosted Eddie Provencher
21. hosted Evan St. Andrew
22. hosted Jun Khong
23. hosted Bu Kyung Jeon
24... I don't remember how many CSers do I've met after.
/// Cooking and Eating ///
Yes, I'm foody but I love to do that especially with CSers from different sense of tastes. I'm always ready to learn new culture and taste and teach my Japanese cuisine. I also have a nickname as 'chai master'.
/// Lines ///
This is one of my reasons to have decided to be a photographer and to have a travel in the city as much as I can.
/// Meditation ///
As I grew up in the center of busy city Tokyo, I came to need some silence in my daily life. Then I took this. But there is another reason for which I can pick this as my interests. After questing for the world outside, I found out it's also amazing to see inside. I mean, this is very travel-minded interest so I hope it's easy to share.
We have own fetish culture and for me I feel like using chopstick for sex. So it's personal but open to anybody to explain it as Japanese culture. Yep, it's still exotic and hard to translate what we feel but can be artistic. We have some respect and manner to go for own desire.
Music, Movies, and Books
Sociology and Anthropology material
Trance( I've stayed in Goa for 8 months in total) but techno in Berlin actually it became broad to dance.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I had a interview by BBC about Couchsurfing.
It was almost 10 years ago so it looks different though..
Teach, Learn, Share
About Japan and lots of places I've ever been.
I can get you tips even on hitchhike in Japan.
What I Can Share with Hosts
I'd like to share with you at kitchen!
Countries I’ve Visited
Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, China, Ecuador, Germany, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Peru, South Korea, Thailand, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Australia, Canada, Germany, India, Japan