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Private Bath at a Hot Spring Resort Large Baths, Spring Resort, Hot Springs, Japan, Fun, Travel, Spa Water, Viajes, Destinations

Private Bath at a Hot Spring Resort

For a short time this morning, we had access to a private bath for families. It seemed hotter than the others. This is what it was like. The main room. The room to wash yourself before going in to …

A Taste of Japan returns with a full Enoshima Island tour! When my sister was visiting us in we went to Enoshima Island, and explored much of the islan. Island Tour, Touring, Jay, Explore, Adventure, Adventure Movies, Adventure Books, Exploring

Enoshima Island Tour | A Taste of Japan #7

A Taste of Japan returns with a full Enoshima Island tour! When my sister was visiting us in 2015, we went to Enoshima Island, and explored much of the islan...

Do Japan and Books Mix? Why Book, To My Daughter, Japan, Reading, Books, Fun, Libros, Book, Reading Books

Why Books and Japan??

I have videos on books and Japan on this channel. Why such an unusual mix? I explain why. Also, a visit by my daughter!Please like, subscribe, and comment!Su...

Reasons Every Writer Should Enter Weekly Flash Fiction Contests 10 Reasons Every Writer Should Enter Weekly Flash Fiction Contests Reading Challenge, Writing Process, Writing A Book, So Little Time, Geography, Three Year Olds, Star Trek, Science Fiction, Have Fun

3/11 – Five Years After the Earthquake and Tsunami

Is it already March 11, 2016? It’s hard to believe that the big earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region was five years ago. I’m posting this at exactly 2:46 pm, which was the time o…

From East to West: A Move to Canada - 31 Days, A Weekend at the Onsen Moving To Canada, Spring Resort, Izu, Canada Day, Hot Springs, Japan, Spa Water, Japanese

From East to West: A Move to Canada - 31 Days, A Weekend at the Onsen

With just a month to go, the move approaches quickly now. This weekend, I got to celebrate my birthday, as well as visit an amazing hot spring resort in Izu....

A Day at a Hot Spring Resort Spring Resort, Hot Springs, Japan, Day, Travel, Home Decor, Spa Water, Viajes, Decoration Home

A Day at a Hot Spring Resort

This is just a preview. I’m not posting all the pictures. I have a lot of photos to show you and there’ll be videos to add to A Taste of Japan. We’re in Izu, which is a peninsula …

Although I'm still in Japan, I'm actively looking for a job in Canada. Moving To Canada, Looking For A Job, How To Get, Japan, Sayings, Reading, Day, Lyrics, Reading Books

From East to West: A Move to Canada - 37 Days, Looking for a Job

Although I'm still in Japan, I'm actively looking for a job in Canada. I have a few hopes, and these are the jobs I'd like to get.

Pirates of Japan? Moving To Canada, Pirates, To My Daughter, Japan, Writing, Reading, Day, Blog, Reading Books

My Daughter the Pirate - 12 Days to Canada

From East to West continues with my daughter pretending to be a pirate in the park. It's 12 days until we move to Canada at this time. I discuss our cleaning...

In this episode of From East to West: Moving to Canada, we went to Kamakura, ate at our favourite restaurant, and visited the beach. It was 13 days before we. Moving To Canada, Kamakura, Japan, Reading, Day, Beach, Outdoor, Outdoors, The Beach

A Day in Kamakura - 13 Days to Canada

In this episode of From East to West: Moving to Canada, we went to Kamakura, ate at our favourite restaurant, and visited the beach. It was 13 days before we...

Difficulties With Softbank Cell Phone Companies, Japan, Writing, How To Plan, Reading, Fun, Reading Books, Being A Writer, Japanese

Difficulties With Softbank

My cell phone company in Japan is Softbank. They’re one of the big companies in Japan, and were the first to have iPhones. I was a customer when it was Vodafone. Then Softbank bought them and…

Kumamoto Earthquake, Something I Left Behind Kumamoto, Leave Behind, Japan, Reading, Fun, Reading Books, Japanese, Hilarious

Kumamoto Earthquake, Something I Left Behind

When I lived in Japan, I experienced earthquakes frequently. I went through the big one on March 11th, 2011. But on April 14th, Kumamoto went through its own big earthquake. Nine people are dead, m…

Narita Airport-Bound | I Read Encyclopedias for Fun My Memory, Student, Japan, Reading, Fun, Reading Books, Japanese, Hilarious

Narita Airport-Bound

We are on our way to Narita Airport. After lunch, we’ll be checking in and going through security. Soon, we leave Japan. I have a bit of apprehension because I’m leaving a country IR…

Leaving Japan Sucks | I Read Encyclopedias for Fun Japan, Writing, Feelings, My Love, Reading, Fun, Reading Books, Being A Writer, Japanese

Leaving Japan Sucks

We leave Japan tomorrow. As we go around doing our final preparations and paperwork, I look around at everything and feel that I really don’t want to leave this. I love the atmosphere of Japa…

Viewing Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo One Tree, Pictures Of People, Cherry Blossoms, Great View, Tokyo, Japan, Garden, Plants, Fun

Viewing Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo

Today, I met my longtime friend in Tokyo, and we visited three gardens to see cherry blossoms. First was Rikugien, near Komagome station. There was one tree that was very popular. And we had a grea…

Reasons Every Writer Should Enter Weekly Flash Fiction Contests 10 Reasons Every Writer Should Enter Weekly Flash Fiction Contests Reading Challenge, Writing Process, Writing A Book, So Little Time, Geography, Three Year Olds, Star Trek, Science Fiction, Have Fun

Four Weeks Until Canada: What I Won’t Miss

I’m looking forward to and I’m not looking forward to the move to Canada. I’m looking forward to seeing family and friends again, seeing familiar places, going to new places, eati…

Choose My Best Instagram Photos - Round 1, Group 33 Best Instagram Photos, Instagram Posts, I Am Awesome, Scene, Japan, Group, Mountains, Photography, Painting

Instagram post by Jay Dee Archer • Jan 24, 2012 at 3:01am UTC

16 Likes, 4 Comments - Jay Dee Archer (@jaydeejapan) on Instagram: “Wintery scene with cloudy Tanzawa mountains”