I recently found a bunch of random video I shot on my phone in Japan earlier this year, so I cut it together rather than let it waste away unseen.

This really makes me want to get back there, which luckily I’ll be doing in less than five weeks. That worked out.

See also: Our visit to Star Bar

J.Wok
San Diego, CA
A simple, random moment at a simple lunch with friends. Perhaps not all that special on the surface, but when they all live thousands of miles away you suddenly appreciate it more.
Also: Mark stole my shirt. High-res

J.Wok

San Diego, CA

A simple, random moment at a simple lunch with friends. Perhaps not all that special on the surface, but when they all live thousands of miles away you suddenly appreciate it more.

Also: Mark stole my shirt.

Meal at the Tokyo Wonder Site Art Cafe.
It’s both sad and amazing that this specific group of people* will probably never have another meal together outside of our visit to Tokyo.
I’m all for trying though.

*Not fully pictured are Mark & Michelle who are semi-hiding and myself since I’m behind the lens. High-res

Meal at the Tokyo Wonder Site Art Cafe.

It’s both sad and amazing that this specific group of people* will probably never have another meal together outside of our visit to Tokyo.

I’m all for trying though.

*Not fully pictured are Mark & Michelle who are semi-hiding and myself since I’m behind the lens.

Last Tokyo Meal on Flickr.
Scene from our last meal together in Tokyo, at a wonderful little Yakitori restaurant in Yoyogi-Uehara. Four of our seven are seen in this shot, and you’re seeing a majority of the restaurant as the place is cozy. I got to eat some raw chicken here thanks to Matthew Jacob. Don’t make that face: it was prepared delicately like sushi and was delicious. It happens to be the lovely lady in the middle’s birthday today (Friday), so send lots of love to Dallas for her. High-res

Last Tokyo Meal on Flickr.

Scene from our last meal together in Tokyo, at a wonderful little Yakitori restaurant in Yoyogi-Uehara. Four of our seven are seen in this shot, and you’re seeing a majority of the restaurant as the place is cozy. I got to eat some raw chicken here thanks to Matthew Jacob. Don’t make that face: it was prepared delicately like sushi and was delicious.

It happens to be the lovely lady in the middle’s birthday today (Friday), so send lots of love to Dallas for her.