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    who has been in japan?

    Friend of mine is now in Japan,he mailed me if he could bring something back for me.
    What kinda cool stuff do they have there?
    help me out you guys!

    no bs like a girlfriend,swords etc.

    thank you.

    #2
    Originally posted by Lebell
    Friend of mine is now in Japan,he mailed me if he could bring something back for me.
    What kinda cool stuff do they have there?
    help me out you guys!

    no bs like a girlfriend,swords etc.

    thank you.

    err...I just got back from Japan but that is a really vague question. what are you interested in? "cool" is incredibly subjective.

    GE

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      #3
      Originally posted by GodEater
      err...I just got back from Japan but that is a really vague question. what are you interested in? "cool" is incredibly subjective.

      GE
      Well,uhm..like what kinda cool gadgets or shirts or clothing do they have?

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        #4
        Aikhabaria (sp) has all the cool electronics if he is down that way its nice. Around the Tokyo Dome is alot of sports shops and you can get some fighters Tshirts that you cant get here.
        Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.

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          #5
          fighters t-shirts sounds cool!
          what do they look like?
          my friend is from Tokio form origin.
          But lives here now for years,he's overthere to see his family.

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            #6
            omg... ask for the obscure japanese take on american candy. like green tea kit-kat bars.

            mmmmmmmmmm....

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              #7
              Would you perhaps like a Kazushi Sakuraba action figure? That's what I brought my MMA buddy back from my year abroad in Japan.

              As for gadgetry, MP3 players and cameras.

              Also cool, second hand kimonos and happi coats. Trust me, it's not the same as hitting up salvation army here in the states, and you'll never want to pay full price for a new one.

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                #8
                no i want something that lasts,no food products.
                stick whats a happi shirt?

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                  #9
                  very much like a light weight gi top, cut slightly different, also like a shortened kimono. Can get them with all sorts of designs- mine has dragons all over it. Just something for wearing out while working in the yard here in the states, but in Japan there are happi coats for specific festivals and activities.

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                    #10
                    nah...but clothingpieces like shirts etc sounds cool.
                    no gadgets as in expensive.cant ask him for expesnive stuff,would be rude.
                    he's japanese you know. ;-)

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                      #11
                      I was in Okinawa during Kindergarten and the 1st grade. I have nothing to add to this discussion.
                      Real Join Date: Nov. 2003

                      Originally posted by Dilbert
                      "Driving without blood is surprisingly difficult."

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                        #12
                        I flew over japan once. It was neato.

                        My dad went there in 1982 and brought me back some wacky transformers. That shit was awesome.
                        :new_all_c

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Stick
                          Also cool, second hand kimonos and happi coats. Trust me, it's not the same as hitting up salvation army here in the states, and you'll never want to pay full price for a new one.
                          If you're hitting up the Salvation army for cheap or vintage clothes you're doing it wrong anyway. I'm the proud owner of a Borsalino hat bought at twenty bucks (Borsalino is a big shit hat company, much like hugo boss for suits) and a Junior Lieutenant dress uniform that happens to fit me perfectly, also twenty bucks.

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                            #14
                            yes i mailed him and asked for the happi,i asked for a cool print though.
                            he knows my taste luckily.

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                              #15
                              How's about random household items with Engrish scribbled on them from the 100 Yen shop?

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