Monthly Archives: July 2014

Final Days in Nagoya

Though I still have two essays to write and submit before I’m technically finished with my work for the year, with my last Japanese finals behind me as of Tuesday, I devoted the majority of my last week in Japan … Continue reading

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送別会 (Farewell Party)

Last Tuesday my adviser graciously invited our seminar group to her apartment to have a farewell party.  It was a lovely night of fun discussions and delicious food, not to mention plenty of cuddling with her two precious dogs. It was … Continue reading

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Yuki Zushi, Traditional Japanese Sushi Restaurant

Last Thursday evening I had the great pleasure of eating dinner with friends at a traditional Japanese sushi restaurant that is run by one of my seniors in my research seminar and her family. Though I’ve eaten at conveyor-belt sushi … Continue reading

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Recent happy moments (okay, mainly food)

I won’t bother apologizing for the fact that I don’t have time to write a proper blog post at the moment due to being too busy trying to soak in my last week in Nagoya, as well as pass my … Continue reading

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Feminism in Japan– Some Research-Related Articles

Lately life has been especially busy with end-of-term and about-to-move-across-the-world things as well as quite a few other exciting outings; however, at the moment I’m still too busy writing final reports and research papers to give adequate descriptions to everything … Continue reading

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