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the lasts…

the lasts…

Cindy and I went out to Boulder for a fun last trip before I leave. And of course, being that we both love 魚 or fish we were very intrigued by the sushi happy hour. We also had fun wandering pearl street finding Cured, an awesome cheese/meat/wine shop where we both sampled their wonderful Dunbarton Blue Cheddar. From there we shambled through european markets, consignment shops, and even a homemade natural cosmetic shop where we found some deliciously smelling marmalade…

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Experience 87 days in Japan and You May Never Want to Go Home

Experience 87 days in Japan and You May Never Want to Go Home

Around the time I left Japan I was asked to write something providing an overview of my time and thoughts. I titled it “87 days in Japan” and have added it below for whoever would like to read a summarized version of my perceptions. For a focus on learning about how Japanese culture affects church ministry, check out our Japanese Culture Series. 87 days in Japan (April 19, 2012-July 17, 2012) During the 87 days I visited Japan, I had…

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Barbecues, Onsens, and Malaysian Curry

Barbecues, Onsens, and Malaysian Curry

Barbecues, Onsens, and Malaysian Curry. What do these three have to do with each other? My weekend of course.  A group of us got together Saturday night for a Japanese barbecue. It was such a fun group. Here you can see Koichi, Marie and Akito’s son, grilling the veggies. Other partakers included Manuela, Akihiro and Carrie, Tomokun, Marie and Akito, Imawa-san, and Doug W., a visiting brother from San Diego, CA. First time I’ve had grilled onigiri, rice balls. They…

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