A couple of weeks late but not as bad as last time - the latest installment of A Week in Tokyo.
Been spending much time thinking about all the things I want to achieve in the remainder of my short life. The catch is that I don't know how much time I have left. There are so many things that I want to do and am constantly trying to figure out which things will give me a piece of the jigsaw puzzle that I'm building. I think I'm on the right path and the events that have happened so far this year seem to suggest so too.
I still don't feel that I've achieved anything substantial in life - tis something I want to do before I kick the bucket.
First photo taken at Meguro where I spent some time at the Non-linear editing studio working on the editing of Culture:Japan.
Working on Culture:Japan also means a higher dose of sweets that staff members bring along. This kind of sweets that's brought along for folks who are working hard is called Sashi-ire . Have a look at Google Image Search for Sashi-ire to see a bunch of sweets.
Organized the best Tokyo CGM Night ever where folks from Good Smile Company, Volks, Obitsu, AmiAmi, Hobby Search, Cospa, Kotobukiya came along together with 200 bloggers and social media users in Japan.
I want to grow Tokyo CGM Night into something big enough to be held at Tokyo Big Sight.
The Softbank store in Musashikoyama is lousy. The first day the iPhone4 reservations started, the store folks didn't give any instructions to the crowd outside and instead of a line, a bunch of people formed outside the store. Nobody had any idea what was going on. I waited for 10 mins or so before moving on.
I did manage to make a reservation before the official cut off date but was told that I cant have one @.@ Am thinking that they give priority to new contracts as that's probably how the smaller stores build their rep?