Chat With Japanese People

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Chat With Japanese People


  • the language (usually considered to be Altaic) spoken by the Japanese
  • Of or relating to Japan or its language, culture, or people
  • of or relating to or characteristic of Japan or its people or their culture or language; “the Japanese Emperor”; “Japanese cars”
  • a native or inhabitant of Japan


  • The citizens of a country, esp. when considered in relation to those who govern them
  • Human beings in general or considered collectively
  • Those without special rank or position in society; the populace
  • (plural) any group of human beings (men or women or children) collectively; “old people”; “there were at least 200 people in the audience”
  • fill with people; “Stalin wanted to people the empty steppes”
  • furnish with people; “The plains are sparsely populated”


  • Talk in a friendly and informal way
  • an informal conversation
  • New World chat: birds having a chattering call
  • chew the fat: talk socially without exchanging too much information; “the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze”

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chat with japanese people – 5 in

5 in 1 Wireless Cordless Headphone Earphone Headset for Laptop MP3 MP4 PC TV
5 in 1 Wireless Cordless Headphone Earphone Headset for Laptop MP3 MP4 PC TV
How to use:
Modes: OFF = turn off, WIRELESS = wireless earphone, MONITOR = monitoring, AUDIO CHAT = audio chat
Please put the batteries in earphone and transmitter prior to use. Pay attention to the polarity.
1. Wireless earphone: connect the transmitter to audio device such as PC, TV, CD or DVD, etc., select “wireless earphone” mode, press key “reset” and then “scan”. The first signal received is the TV / audio signal, which means you can receive music.
2. Wireless audio chat: connect the transmitter to PC audio output and MIC input, select “AUDIO CHAT” mode, press key “reset” and then press “scan”. Now you can audio chat freely.
3. Monitor: slide the switch of transmitter to “MONITOR” mode, aim the mic hole to the senior or child who needs monitoring. Press key “reset” and then “scan” to monitor.
4. FM radio: Turn transmitter off. Press key “reset” and then “scan” to search and lock local channels automatically.
5. Wired earphone: connect the 2 yellow plugs of audio cable to earphone’s audio hole and PC’s audio hole respectively.

Both Power Transmitter and Headphone are powered by 2 AAA batteries. (not included)

1 x Earphone
1 x Connection cable with 2 yellow plugs
1 x Transmitter with audio cable
1 x User manual
In original package

A textile shop in Makabe, Ibaraki

A textile shop in Makabe, Ibaraki
A textile shop. This design is typical contemporary Japanesque country style. This utilizes building which used to be a storage. I like this taste.

The name of the shop written in the Noren 暖簾, japanese store curtain in idigo, is "蔵布都", which reads "kura-fu-toh", attributed to "craft". Each chinese character means "storage-textile-city". Together with logotype, it’s elegant.

In other point of view, this is a desperate struggle. Those small towns, which used to prosper as a central town of the region, are mostly now already declined. Most of the stores in the town had been closed. Customers go to nearby big shopping mall. In the town it is done with a few convenience shop like 7-11. Under such circumstances some young successors of merchants are struggling to revive the town.

I visited this town during the holiday season, when big city’s downtowns, famous recreational places are jammed with people. THis town was almost vacant.

I dropped in this store, and spend pleasant talk with the owner for a while, and no other guest did not came. It is really prestige. Free parking and many places to welcome visitor offerring free seat and tea. While I was chatting with the owner of the shop, he never requested or suggested me to buy something.

It was nice walking around the old charming merchants’ town. (^_^) I hope foreign travelers will visit such nameless, common old small town, as they do typically in European counties. Japanese people would notice the charm if foreigners appreciate such town, because many Japanese still worship foreign people, especially western people (^.^; Otherwise, will you come to Japan firstly to visit Tokyo Disney Land?


Makabe, Chikusei, Ibaraki, Japan, May 2006

Professor Liza Dalby autographs for April

Professor Liza Dalby autographs for April
My wife April is a great fan of Liza Dalby’s work, mainly on Japanese culture. April and I had gone to hear her lecture on the history of the Kimono at Florida International University, after which Professor Dalby was happy to sign things and chat with those who attended.