Peccadilloes in Nippon and Nipponese with a Quixotic Perspective. Coming at you from Yokohama, near Tokyo.
Wow, Sake at 6 a.m.It was actually similar to native american chanting and drums...never heard them at 5:30 a.m....So your birthday month is here!! You want something off your wish list? From flying pig? What da ya want?Love,Mum
Love the slice of everyday life videos like this... well, I really like all your videos. You make the most banal quite entertaining. ありがとうがざいました！p.s. My belated condolences on the passing of your bat.
Thanks for documenting this wonderful culture!
Synchronicity: The day I moved, the local matsuri float guys were walking around pulling a mikoshi with the local deity, pulling the with ropes, just near my house. I joined in, pulling. Noone said a word. The drumming and the flutes kept going, the universe didn't miss a beat.The big festival here in Hanno in October has all the local floats competing with each other late into the night. Great video, it catches just how it feels, walking around, following the sound, wondering what will happen next (if anything at all).
That was great! Chris is quite a trooper.
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