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View from the Temple

Sembo san and Yae san have a temple just 30 metres away from their house. I just had to step out of the door, climb the staircase and then make this picture.

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Sembo is drawing a map

Monorom showed me a lot of computer-drawn maps from her Tokyo friends. Well, the charm of a hand-drawn “chizu” won’t go away either. Btw there is a very cool chapter in Roland Barthes’ book...

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Day at Meguro

I slept very well, just a bit too long – probably due to my Jetlag;) So far I very much like the climate here. I like when it is “mushi atsui”, and not so...

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What to do with a 3 G Phone?

3G Phones Let Time-Strapped Families See Each Other Every Day This is an interesting article by Tim Clark about the new video phones which are already available in Japan. After reading the article, I...

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Unicode Show Off ぬぴれ

Kaywa Blog supports every imaginable char, which is defined in utf-8 (displaying them depends on your font, it worked on my Mac). But don’t ask me, what I wrote 😉 Hiragana にま Katakana ッルピ...

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It's 1:27 here and I missed…

… the Love Hotel Moblogging Conference. Well at the moment I just have no picture phone that is working and as I said, it’s already 1:27 in the morning here (compared with 18:27 back...

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Sembo

This is Sembo san. Tomorrow he and Yae will help their friends for La Nuit Japonesque at Super Deluxe. See also japanimprov.com/myagi. Just a day later, I will have my presentation at the same...

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Yae

This is Yae san, digging for some music*. Her family name is Akaiwa. If this isn’t a good omen;) * Right now we are listening toBudakhan Mindphone – A Mini – Album Composed, Performed...

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Night at Meguro

I am online now via Ethernet. I encountered some problems so far with wireless. I finally arrived in Tokyo, where it rains a bit (ame ga shito shito furimasu). I had a wonderful dinner...

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KAYWA, Moblogging in the News

Le Temps wrote yesterday about KAYWA in it’s article “Que faire avec son téléphone-caméra? Raconter sa vie en direct sur Internet!”. Des Suisses se lancent aussi dans l’aventure. Ainsi, le Zurichois Roger Fischer (http://blog.bitflux.ch/p414…)...