Small individual space but enough to work, I am lucky I work paperless but my colleagues in that office were not, I was impressed how they manage in such a small space. That was my one-week office work there in Osaka, now back to Tokyo!
You can see that my neighbor colleague has arranged her office space with carpet, leather on the desk, all sorts of gadgets to feel comfy, so kawai, dessho??
One more tip at lifts, you have a button to press to avoid electricity when calling the lift, how cool is that
Here what a normal meal can look like at home in Japan
One thing that I truly appreciate in Japan compared to Europe is the lack of strikes and demonstrations, this is such a relief.
Of course, there are but different!! Typically, demonstrations happen on Saturdays from 10h00 to 11h00 where cars ride around the government buildings shouting their queries from loud speakers. One lane on the road is allocated to the demonstrators so that public is not disturbed.
Here is a strike that happened yesterday in Okayama
fancy a karaoke night? here is a view
you come, you pay, you choose your package that includes size of room and duration required, percussions, and off you go. you can rent costumes if you wish to
Drinks include all sorts of tapioca drinks, very fun and unusual for me.
Once in the room, you choose from the tablet the kind of music, and it displays on the screen. it is fun and easy going
Gyoza comes from China but it is a basic common meal in Japan. When you are like me, lucky enough to have a Chinese friend who has been living his whole life in Japan and is a chef, you get the best of it. He comes home, prepares them from scratch, and you enjoy a fabulous evening with friends!!
Arigato gozaimasu Ko San!!
nothing like Japan in terms of roadworks, they mostly happen at night or during week ends to minimize disruptions
they are VERY well signaled, and you will always find a battery of older gents to show you the way through the construction site and plenty of lights at night, you cannot really miss it!!
same thing happens if a road is closed for demonstrations, special visits, hanami etc. an army of policemen will be here standing every 5 meters, ensuring all goes well
When an employee leaves a team, office, he is the one giving a present to his colleagues, so far, I only received crackers so I assume this is what you get. anyone can comment?