Ask @legendarisk:

How has your understanding of the Japanese language grown while being there? Can you understand what most of them say?

I have learned more signs here, and some more words as well! I can understand bits, not all of it. Sign language (poke, smile, nod and shake your head) have been my best friends haha! And it also depends on whom's speaking, how they pronounce things and so on.

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what's your best and worst experience in Japan?

Mika ☆
Best; The kind and cute people. A lot of our customers do I wanna take home so I can meet them so much more after I'm gone. The food and desserts! Seriously, so cheap, and the desserts are sooooo tasty!
And yeah, everything is cheap here, that's a big plus! People are kind and well mannered, they are willingly to help!
I can easily find clothes that fits me 8D And you can buy almost everything here..
All the anime/manga and comic stores that sell merchandise and stuff like that.
Worst; In the beginning here, my Boss hated me so that was a living hell for me, but now it's better, luckily enough.
The coldness. Seriously, the humidity makes everything so much colder. And the rain, and the fact that they don't really have any good snacky-things.
Timezone. Can't talk to anyone, at all.
TOO MANY PEOPLE, SERIOUSLY, WHERE DO ALL THESE FUCKING PEOPLE LIVE, WHERE THE HELL DOES THEY COME FROM??
The fact that barely no one that knows English..
Japanese people can't isolate houses.
Rush hours...
And... that what was I could think of right now!

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