Just got back from spending a most bodacious 2 weeks in Singapore. 1st week was AFA and CJ Night, 2nd week was filled with a load of meetings and a talk at Jurong Regional Library. Have been to Singapore so many times now that it feels like another home so didn't really bother with the touristy stuff.
2 weeks passed by way to quick however and didn't manage to fit all meetings in the schedule ><
One important thing that came about this visit was the decision to create another pillar and go into the apparel business ^^
First photo taken after landing back in Tokyo at Narita Airport. The following photos cover my last day in Singapore and my first day in Tokyo.
Test playing Moekanji - the main game is very TCG-ish - 1 pack of Moekanji and 1 pack of Moekana is required to play. Is designed in a way so that even if you dont know the kanji, as long as you can read hiragana then you can play.
Aiming for a Feb/March 2013 launch. How many of you have a pack of Moekana?
We are up on the top floor. Heading down, I learn that some elevators have secret codes which have been implemented for folks like the fire brigade.
If for example the button for floor 5 has been pressed but you want to skip it - press it 3 times to void it -the elevator will then skip that floor.
This code is also useful for when annoying kids press a load of floor buttons just before they get off the elevator giggling leaving you to stop at each floor.
I just noticed that this elevator has floor "4" - in Japan (and in some Chinese speaking countries (and Korea too for that matter)), the "On" reading of "4" is "Shi" which is also the pronunciation of the word "Death" which is why many buildings dont have a 4th floor.
Nice river view. By the way - all photos in this post taken on my new compact Sony RX-100 - incredible quality for a compact and you will notice the awesome bokeh on these photos too. I got a review coming up soon.
While I switched to Galaxy S3, I'm still on Softbank and went into their shop to see if I was entitled to a free iPhone 5 - indeed I was but it looks like they want to charge me 1000 yen extra per month for the LTE service. Seeing as I wont be using the iPhone 5 as my main phone, I passed out on their "offer."