Anyone who is familiar with any RPG, MMORPG
or any video game that involves partying with other characters know about Job Classes.
It was not until a few nights ago, I realized that I knew a handful of knights and mages in my life.
You know when you are in Japan if:
totally something unrelated to anything is made into something AWESOME.
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One of my most memorable experiences would be going to a revolving sushi food place during my stay in Japan. The place was called Kurazushi and they sold cheap and delicious sushi. By cheap and I mean 100¥ sushi (in other words 50-60 Philippine pesos) per plate. (〜￣▽￣)〜
Seibu Tachikawa Train station. All I need now are zombies.
Riding trains in Japan is one of the fastest ways to get from point A to point B. Some would prefer bicycles though ( and you kind of get why since the train fares are darn expensive｡･ﾟﾟ･(>д<;)･ﾟﾟ･｡). I think it is common sense that people ride trains to get to a really far point A to a very far point B.