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RR529

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Jibtv was on tonight! They showcased some different Japanese music groups. The Idol group Berryz Kobo, the rock group MUCC, and the anison group JAM Project (I was confused at what genre anison was at first, but they explained it means "Animé Song". A group that specializes in making theme songs for animé & video games).

I thought all 3 groups were good, but for some reason JAM Project really stood out for me (and that was evident before I knew what genré they were. The songs they sung were "Victory" from Super Robot Wars MX, & "Vanguard" from Cardfight! Vanguard. I wasn't familiar with these songs before, what about you?).

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http://www.japansugoi.com/wordpress/immigration-to-japan-usin...
Maybe easier then I thought

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Tokyo Eye was on tonight. It was a repeat (the episode where the host highlighted his favorite spicy foods you can find in Tokyo).

BTW, sorry I haven't updated this thread in awhile (what with the holidays & all that).

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Anyone seen Kagemusha?

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565. Posted:

Yup, they'll look at things like college degree, what college you went to, work history and other useful skills that would make you beneficial for Japanese society. Should be a piece of cake!

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566. Posted:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Yup, they'll look at things like college degree, what college you went to, work history and other useful skills that would make you beneficial for Japanese society. Should be a piece of cake!

You don't need college to be skilled

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Hokori wrote:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Yup, they'll look at things like college degree, what college you went to, work history and other useful skills that would make you beneficial for Japanese society. Should be a piece of cake!

You don't need college to be skilled

Depending on the line of work you are trying to get into... it might be.. some jobs require a college/university degree as a prerequisite...

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568. Posted:

RR529 wrote:

Jibtv was on tonight! They showcased some different Japanese music groups. The Idol group Berryz Kobo, the rock group MUCC, and the anison group JAM Project (I was confused at what genre anison was at first, but they explained it means "Animé Song". A group that specializes in making theme songs for animé & video games).

I thought all 3 groups were good, but for some reason JAM Project really stood out for me (and that was evident before I knew what genré they were. The songs they sung were "Victory" from Super Robot Wars MX, & "Vanguard" from Cardfight! Vanguard. I wasn't familiar with these songs before, what about you?).

Dude, JAM Project rocks. I got a bunch of their songs on my iPod. They got some good stuff on iTunes, including Vangaurd.

I'm not a fan of Berryz. I guess they're alright, just too pop-ish. Never heard of MUCC. What songs did they sing?

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569. Posted:

Hokori wrote:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Yup, they'll look at things like college degree, what college you went to, work history and other useful skills that would make you beneficial for Japanese society. Should be a piece of cake!

You don't need college to be skilled

It's pretty obvious that policy would be specifically looking for highly educated applicants.

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570. Posted:

CanisWolfred wrote:

RR529 wrote:

Jibtv was on tonight! They showcased some different Japanese music groups. The Idol group Berryz Kobo, the rock group MUCC, and the anison group JAM Project (I was confused at what genre anison was at first, but they explained it means "Animé Song". A group that specializes in making theme songs for animé & video games).

I thought all 3 groups were good, but for some reason JAM Project really stood out for me (and that was evident before I knew what genré they were. The songs they sung were "Victory" from Super Robot Wars MX, & "Vanguard" from Cardfight! Vanguard. I wasn't familiar with these songs before, what about you?).

Dude, JAM Project rocks. I got a bunch of their songs on my iPod. They got some good stuff on iTunes, including Vangaurd.

I'm not a fan of Berryz. I guess they're alright, just too pop-ish. Never heard of MUCC. What songs did they sing?

Sorry, It's been a few weeks since I've watched it, so I can't remember what it was they sang.

You might be able to find them on iTunes though, to see if you'd like them.

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Found them. They're pretty good. Have to grab a few of their songs some time.

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572. Posted:

Hokori wrote:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Yup, they'll look at things like college degree, what college you went to, work history and other useful skills that would make you beneficial for Japanese society. Should be a piece of cake!

You don't need college to be skilled

It varies. If you want a basic job and just wanna chill in Japan, then it's not required. But if you wanna work at NOJ (Like I do), Then you NEED to go to college in Japan. From what I hear Tokyo net wave is the best for american movers. That's where I'm planning to go when I move out of the US (Which I've wanted to do for a LONG time now)

Speaking of Japanese stuff, Currently I have these bands on my Ipod (Not counting Video games)

-Do as Infinity (Mostly this)
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573. Posted:

I got a Miiverse message from someone from Japan, but I'm having a little trouble putting the words together :(

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What does this mean?
Gomennasai kibunga, warukunaruyouna kotosite
I wanna know what I should replay back with

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575. Posted:

Tokyo Eye was on last night! The theme was "staying warm in winter".

They went to a shop that specializes in hot water bottles, a traditional means of staying warm in Japan. They showcased traditional hot water bottles (containers you fill up with hot water, then snuggle up with), as well as some modern twists on the idea, such as a pair of slippers that you can fill up with hot water (the host commented that it felt somewhat like a water bed). They then showed a pair of gloves, that had a USB connection. You plug them into your computer's USB port, and they warm your hands while you're on the computer (perfect for the office!).

They then featured traditional warm foods, such as grilled rice cakes, Taiyaki (a hot pastry, filled with red bean paste), and a traditional hot pot dinner.

They also went to an indoor activity center, that has indoor baths that use piping hot fresh spring water, a virtual golfing course, and other activities, such as ping pong.

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576. Posted:

Hokori wrote:

What does this mean?
Gomennasai kibunga, warukunaruyouna kotosite
I wanna know what I should replay back with

It means "sorry, brother, you're too noob-like."

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577. Posted:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Hokori wrote:

What does this mean?
Gomennasai kibunga, warukunaruyouna kotosite
I wanna know what I should replay back with

It means "sorry, brother, you're too noob-like."

Stop trolling

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578. Posted:

RR529 wrote:

They also went to an indoor activity center, that has indoor baths that use piping hot fresh spring water, a virtual golfing course, and other activities, such as ping pong.

I've seen these "indoor activity centres" in China too; they're rather popular in the Asian countries. My relatives' block of flats had one which had free usage for all residents. I really wish they had those in the west, so then I could go play billiard and mahjong and table tennis as much as I liked :D

all the west has are gyms, which are nowhere near as cool :(

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579. Posted:

Hokori wrote:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Hokori wrote:

What does this mean?
Gomennasai kibunga, warukunaruyouna kotosite
I wanna know what I should replay back with

It means "sorry, brother, you're too noob-like."

Stop trolling

First off, what you wrote is gibberish...

Second of all, you can translate Romaji to Japanese via the internet.

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580. Posted:

CanisWolfred wrote:

Hokori wrote:

SMEXIZELDAMAN wrote:

Hokori wrote:

What does this mean?
Gomennasai kibunga, warukunaruyouna kotosite
I wanna know what I should replay back with

It means "sorry, brother, you're too noob-like."

Stop trolling

First off, what you wrote is gibberish...

Second of all, you can translate Romaji to Japanese via the internet.

I'm guessing that she wrote me a combination of words to form one word since the WiiU has a 100 character limit, IDK if anyone could help me break up the words, but I already responded to her :)

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