Discover the origins of the Well Kept Men of Misawa! Follow them for a first hand look at the trials, tribulations, fun, laughter, and epiphanies they share together as they navigate everyday life as Americans living in Japan. They are able to have these adventures due to their wives hard work and willingness to let them explore their new surroundings. More adventures are on tap, so stop by often and hang out with them in Japan!
Tag Archive for ‘Japan’
Spring Haiku 4
In honor of the last few cherry blossoms, I give you Spring Haiku 4.
Feasting on Yakiniku!
Welcome to Isshintei Yakiniku! When our shabu-shabu Japanese beef rib meat arrived, we threw a few pieces on the grill along with some garlic and diced salted green onions and began the ever watchful art of not overcooking our beef!
Bowl a strike at Misawa Bowl!
Not the Big Boy Restaurant I Remember!
Lunch at Big Boy Restaurant…Japanese style!
Are you kidding me? Sakura flavored donuts at Mister Donut! You had me at donut! Ahh donuts…my achilles heel…I love’em!
Spring Haiku 2
A haiku for National Poetry Month.
Spring Haiku 1
I am ready for spring!
“I’m so hungry I could eat a sandwich from a gas station.” ~ Clark Griswold.
Snow Haiku 4
It snowed on the last day of March in Misawa, Japan. When will it end?!